Drivers in Austin, Texas thought their cars were possessed when their horns started honking in the middle of the night or their vehicles simply wouldn't start.
Amazon has finally launched Kindle for the Mac, filling a rather noticeable gap in the list of supported devices, and is promising a proper version for the iPad soon.
Physicists have created the largest ever quantum state, allowing an object large enough to be seen by the naked eye to be in two states at once.
There's a new phishing scam targeting Facebook users, potentially giving the scammers access to all of a user's usernames and passwords.
The ex-CEO of Circuit City (you know, the guy who has that "ex" distinction because his company went bankrupt) has gotten approval for a $350,000 bonus and will also be paid hundreds of dollars an hour for consulting work he provided in the retail chain's final days.
The first official commercial for the PS3's Playstation Move controller is now online, and it takes some pretty blatant and harsh jabs at the competing motion-sensitive technologies used by Nintendo and Microsoft.
It was only a matter of time: Google is now reportedly working on a new software interface for Internet-enabled TV sets, further expanding the online behemoth's stretch from its search engine roots.
If Panasonic's initial sales are any indication, 3D is indeed going to break into the market in a big way. The company's first shipment of 3D HDTVs has sold out.
The Saudi Arabian Embassy in the United States has launched its own Twitter account, allowing users to follow the latest news and announcements directly from country leaders.
Astronomers have discovered a gas-giant exoplanet locked into a circular orbit around its parent star.
Sprint Nextel is reportedly poised to launch the first WiMax 4G smartphone at the CTIA wireless conference next week in Las Vegas.
Nvidia has posted new drivers (197.13) in response to customer reports of fan speed issues with the previous 196.75 iteration.
A new survey conducted by Internet research company Hitwise has found that Twitter users prefer to visit entertainment websites rather than peruse current events.
Frak! Syfy may be planning to create a new spinoff of the popular Battlestar Galactica series.
Apple is reportedly planning to ban the sale of protective screen film in both its retail and online stores.
Facebook has introduced a new feature that allows users to quickly search and connect with people, pages, groups, events and applications.
A number of pictures obtained by Kotaku seem to suggest that Microsoft has embarked on a major redesign of its Xbox 360 console.
Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have successfully designed a computer chip comprising hundreds of tiny molecules.
The Australian Human Rights Commission is threatening legal action against a US-based 'satirical' website, which it says is encouraging racial hatred against Aborigines.
New thermal images from ESO's Very Large Telescope (VLT) are allowing astronomers to take a detailed look at the solar system's largest storm.