A group of European institutions have created what they call a 'digital genome', designed to allow future generations to read data stored on obsolete computer systems.
Be very, very careful next time you make that trek to the Antipodes - Australian Customs officials have been given the right to search incoming passengers' laptops and cellphones for pornography.
In what is being hailed as the greatest scientific breakthrough in a generation, researchers have created the first artificial living cell.
When it comes to social networking, Facebook pretty much has a stronghold on everything...well, except for the young ones out there who cannot sign up due to the site's age restriction.
Enter Togetherville.com, a new social networking site that launched its beta version this week. It allows the little tykes out there to have their very first social networking account, with parents required to sign up as a supervisor on the account.
It's an iconic scene: Carrie Bradshaw, Sarah Jessica Parker's character in Sex and the City, sitting at her Mac computer and typing away her daily insights. Well, guess what? That Mac is now a PC.
Sony's Chairman reveals why Google, Android, and the TV are kicking it old school.
Steve Jobs can't innovate everything. Okay, maybe he can, but that would make him a deity. Only Oprah has that kind of power.
Adobe has taken a great leap forward into the mobile space with the release of Flash 10.1.
Google has debuted its long-awaited Android 2.2 (Froyo) operating system for mobile devices.
Kevin Costner may be too old to dance with the wolves, but he is apparently young enough to help clean up a disastrous oil spill off the Louisiana coast.
Google has confirmed that it is working with Sony and Logitech to include its open TV platform in televisions, Blu-ray players and set top boxes.
Nvidia's sleek, dual-core Tegra 2 prototype tablet has taken center stage at Google's I/O conference.
Everybody Draw Muhammad Day. Pakistan bans YouTube and Facebook. Reviews of Four Lions. Death to us!
Is Google's VP8 codec ready for prime time? Well, not according to digital video expert Jason Garrett-Glaser, who described the spec as slow, buggy and nearly identical to H.264.
A team of Japanese engineers have developed a new generation of NAND flash memory whose drive voltage is as low as 1V.
Media tablets may seem to be all the rage, but the nascent market still has a ways to go before catching up with traditional portable PC sector.
Don't ban it, tax it: that was the message from supporters of internet gambling at a House panel meeting yesterday.
A group of Japanese researchers have created a fully functioning replica - or ornithopter - of a swallowtail butterfly to demonstrate its flight mechanism.
Google is reportedly discussing how it can get away with introducing facial recognition technology in the light of increasing criticism over its privacy policies.
It must have seemed a great idea at the time: to advertise the effectiveness of your identity protection product by publicising your name and social security number.