Ed Roberts, the creator of the world's first personal computer and mentor to Microsoft founders Bill Gates and Paul Allen, has died aged 68.
Sharp plans to start making 3D displays for use in mobile devices such as phones by this summer. The company claims they'll be the brightest 3D screens of any type available.
We can all breathe a little easier, here on TG Daily - we can now write what we think with a little less fear of being chucked in a British slammer.
NASA has released the first Mars pictures commissioned by the public - and there's not a thumbprint or double exposure among them.
Datel Design's third-party Xbox 360 controllers, which are stocked at thousands of stores in the US, may be infringing on a whole bunch of Microsoft copyrights.
At the New York International Auto Show, the company behind HD Radio technology announced that seven automakers have renewed their commitment to providing HD Radio as a standard feature.
Resistance 2, Killzone 2, and Infamous are among a batch of new titles that have been branded as PS3 "Greatest Hits" and will receive new packaging as well as a lower price point.
IBM has announced a new program called "Global Entrepreneur Initiative," designed to encourage small start-up companies to join the team, learn from some of IBM's best people and research, and help grow the companies that may some day be officially under IBM's corporate portfolio.
Mozilla's little browser that could is actually on its way to dethroning Internet Explorer as the default, most widely used browser in the world, and the apex of its growth is in Europe.
CIOs expect an uptick in hiring during the second quarter of 2010. It's raining marshmallows.
Is Steve Jobs digging in dumpsters for inspiration? Vows to never put an "i" before "e" except after "c."
It's a tough call as to what's benefited mankind most - synthetic diamonds or Post-It notes. But the National Inventors' Hall of Fame has played it safe, and inducted the inventors of both.
Gamers beware - you're 50 percent more likely to suffer spam and phishing attacks than other social network users.
The UK government's first official report into the 'Climategate' scandal has concluded that the University of East Anglia did not tamper with climate data.
Carriers will be forced to move to tiered pricing for mobile internet access, according to Coda Research Consultancy.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is using organic semiconductors as a basis for spray-on large-area electronics such as solar cells and displays.
Watch out Android! You're not the only big boy in town with an open-source mobile operating system. Meego, a joint effort by Nokia and Intel, is trying to shake up the mobile community yet again.
Microsoft mistakenly released the latest downloadable update for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 at the wrong time, creating all sorts of problems in the game and even slowing down the process of validating prepaid Microsoft Points cards.
It's social media makeover week! Just a couple days ago, Twitter totally revamped its home page and now YouTube has completely rebuilt the design of its landing site and video playback interface.
It sounds like an April Fool's joke but it's not, unless Nintendo is really pulling the wool over our eyes... a new page on their Japanese site details a game that actually integrates Web search results.