If you haven't heard of Alex, blame the iPad. Alex is a new e-reading device powered by Google's Android operating system that is now scheduled to launch just a matter of weeks after Apple's new tablet device.
Google has announced an AT&T compatible version of its Nexus One smartphone.
Were you worried about the Bush administration slowly eroding personal freedom?
Well, Obama's Feds are reportedly trawling social networking sites such as Facebook in a disturbing effort to monitor suspicious and criminal behavior.
There appear to be three types of iPad buyer currently circling the iPad pre-orders and each is decidedly different.
They range from religious types who think the device is the equivalent of Moses’ tablets all the way over to folks that just want a bigger iPod.
Microsoft has debuted its long-awaited Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) Platform Preview.
Hitwise reports that Facebook managed to reach an "important milestone" by surpassing Google to become the most visited US website for the week ending March 13, 2010.
Intel has launched its long-awaited 32nm Xeon 5600 processor lineup.
A recent study conducted by Crowd Science claims that nearly half of all Blackberry owners would likely switch to another smartphone, with a majority of those choosing Apple's iPhone.
Excuse me while I pop my organic vegetables in the oven and wipe my hands on recycled kitchen roll. I'll only be a moment. Now, I'm ready to tell you all about the reasons why wonderful people like me just love to buy eco-friendly products.
Online hate groups are proliferating with the growth in social networking, says the Simon Wiesenthal Center.
Americans are getting more and more apathetic about environmental matters, according to a Gallup poll.
In times of economic hardship, it's good to know one sector of the economy is booming. So hats off to American cybercriminals, who apparently doubled their takings in 2009.
Britain's House of Lords has approved a bill allowing the government to shut down illegal file-sharers. Music companies are delighted.
Forensic scientists now have a new way to track criminals and terrorists - through the germs they leave behind.
Dell has accused five Asian LCD manufacturers of price fixing, and has filed a suit in the Northern California District Court.
A new service from Twitter looks set to rattle Facebook by allowing users to send and receive tweets while browsing other wbsites, in the same way as Facebook Connect.
Humans and other mammals could regrow lost limbs, following the identification of a gene that appears to regulate regeneration.
Mog, a subscription-based "all you can eat music" service that launched last year, is coming soon to smartphone platforms, bringing on-the-go mobile access to 7 million songs.
Bethesda Softworks has announced it is working on a new fantasy role-playing game with a studio called inXile Entertainment...and there might be some drama behind the scenes due to a heated lawsuit.
Intel has introduced a high-performance, solid-state drive (SSD) priced at a fairly reasonable $125.