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.
2K Games has brought forth the first instalment of new content to the game that was the top seller in the month of its launch: Bioshock 2.
Ahh, the sweet smell of stale pizza and the fizzy sound of a refreshing, if disturbingly urine like, diet Mountain Dew being cracked open.
Gaming used to be about playing not work, but with the advent of virtual currency to enhance game options, more and more gamers say they are willing to earn cyber cash by pimping themselves out to marketeers as survey monkeys, ad video guinea pigs and subscription sign up sasquatches.
Epic has confirmed that its Unreal Engine 3 will now offer support for Nvidia’s 3D Vision technology.
Burning rubber could become a catch phrase for a new type of green movement.
The article “Massive methane release sparks global warming fears” garnered a lot of reader responses. On in particular needs to be addressed directly here.
Rejoice all ye Apple faithful! The long-awaited “magical” iPad is currently available for pre-order, with reservations limited to two per customer.
A few days ago Google’s CEO pronounced that that the PC would be dead in 3 years.
Two reports have concluded that governments around the world are increasingly limiting freedom of expression on the internet.
It's not great timing, what with the Game Developers' Conference in full swing. But NPD has reported that video game sales fell a stonking 15 percent in February - and consoles did even worse, with sales down by a fifth.
Microsoft has lost its appeal against a court judgement that found it guilty of infringing i4i patents.
Neuroscientists at University College London have taken another step towards mind-reading. They have developed a computer algorithm which allows them to tell which of three short films a person is thinking about via a brain scan.
Opponents of land-based wind farms have a new ally in the form of MIT. Researchers there say that, far from mitigating global warming, land-based wind turbines actually increase the temperature around them.