After years of lambasting Microsoft for charging users to access premium online services on the Xbox 360, Sony may finally break down and start doing the same thing on the PS3.
The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) is poised to launch a probe on a two-year mission to study the weather and explore the enigmatic surface of cloud-shrouded Venus.
Gameloft has once again targeted the lucrative Android market with the launch of 10 3D games for high-end smartphones.
The suits and ties at Standard Chartered have jumped on the fast-moving Apple bandwagon by officially allowing bankers to replace their boring RIM Blackberries with shiny new iPhones.
An official injunction has forced Pirate Bay to temporarily take its controversial file sharing site offline.
A 4-foot robot known as "I-Fairy" was forced to marry a rather eccentric Japanese couple on Sunday.
China-based Benss has debuted a $45 "MP5" player that combines the functionality of an MP4 device with an electronic book reader.
Jen-Hsun Huang has confirmed that Nvidia is prepping a "very large number" of second-generation Tegra-Android designs for imminent "pipe and flight."
Oh dear, oh dear. Just 18 months ago Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg was one of Forbes' top ten billionaire bachelors; now, according to a new film, he's a mean-minded, nerdy sex maniac.
The introduction of Apple's wildly popular iPad will likely cause the "fragmentation" - rather than the demise - of the rapidly evolving netbook market.
A ten-year study into whether or not mobile phones cause brain tumors has concluded... maybe.
Google has come under fire from the German government after admitting it has been collecting Wifi data as part of its Street View program for four years.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has had his passport confiscated by the Australian authorities.
An MIT-led team has designed a green airplane for NASA that should use 70 percent less fuel than current planes while also reducing noise and nitrogen oxide emissions.
A new site highlights Facebook's privacy failings by letting users search automatically for embarrassing posts.
Many gamers were disappointed when Sony remotely deactivated the PS3's ability to run Linux or another operating system...but what happens when the US Air Force was using that feature for important computing processes?
Google has finally admitted that its online-only availability of the Nexus One phone was a failure, and it will now bring the device to retail stores like it should have last year.
Nintendo has filed a civil lawsuit against NXPGame for allegedly selling illegal video game copiers.
Microsoft's Kin was available online on May 6th. Now, it's in Verizon's stores. A week is a year on the Internets.
A team of scientists and engineers at Raytheon are designing an advanced military robotic suit that could eventually be worn by US troops on future battlefields.