The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has delayed yet another critical vote on the creation of a long-awaited .xxx domain.
The anticipated sequel to one of the Xbox 360's early major successes has been given a firm US release date of July 6, edging right around the previous "first half of 2010" announcement.
Kingston has debuted what it claims is the "world's fastest" Intel-certified memory.
Digg is reportedly preparing to launch a revamped version of its popular service that will allow users to quickly submit "instant" Diggs without logging in.
Nvidia reps showed TG Daily a next-gen DX11 simulation at GDC 2010 that featured photorealistic waves, gently waving grass and beautifully rendered, flowing human hair.
Peter Molyneux, the creative force behind the Fable series and the seminal god game Populous gave an emotive panel at SXSW on Sunday entitled "The Emotion Engine: Can a Video Game Speak to the Heart?"
The global smartphone market - driven by Apple, Nokia and RIM - has apparently managed to defy the crushing economic recession.
When Steve Jobs declared at the iPad’s launch that the device would not support Flash because it was a "CPU Hog," one boffin set out to test the truth of the statement, and found it to be subjective at best.
Orders for the Apple iPad fell sharply over the weekend, indicating that most of the real obsessives bought one on Friday.
Ex-Sun man Tim Bray has joined Google and started as he means to go on, with a blistering attack on the iPhone.
Apple is so determined that its users shouldn't touch its batteries that it's promising a free replacement iPad to anyone whose machine won't hold a charge.
The Secure World Foundation (SWF) has warned the UN that it may be too disorganised to avoid disaster in the event of a major meteorite strike.
The Queen invented the telephone, and Isaac Newton discovered fire - according to British schoolchildren, anyway.
China has told Google's partners in the country that they should have a backup plan in case Google shuts its services down.
The Hubble Space Telescope is the unlikely star of a new Imax film, eclipsing even its narrator, Leonardo DiCaprio.
New York artist Nathan Sawaya has built a five-foot-tall Blackberry Tour 9360 phone from Lego.
Twitter has unveiled a tool that allows users to tag each of their posts with their current location. Now people can know the exact areas where each hourly musing is posted.
Nokia has decreased estimates of its 2009 mobile phone market share, but also pushed up forecasts for how the industry will do in 2010.
Thousands of hours of live sports and entertainment programming from ESPN will be streamed through Sprint phones over the next year through a new channel on the wireless carrier's existing mobile TV infrastructure.
The top DVD-by-mail rental service Netflix has pulled the plug on a pending contest after it started to raise concerns that it could expose sensitive information about private customer records.