Once upon a time there was a little 8-bit computer called a Commodore64. It was the biggest selling computer of 1982. It played very cool games. It didn't live happily ever after so, it's baaaack!
Opera says it's more than doubled its browser downloads following Microsoft's forced introduction of the Choice Screen in Europe.
The large Hadron Collider (LHC) has set a new record, accelerating particles to the highest speed yet.
We could soon all be strolling past the checkout with a cartful of goods, thanks to the development of new, printable, nano-based RFID tags.
An invisibility cloak is one step closer to reality, with a group of German and British scientists reporting that they've successfully created a prototype that works in three dimensions.
The brickbats are flying in the Google-vs-Viacom copyright case, with Google accusing Viacom of setting YouTube up.
Well, that's a bit embarassing: Google has had its trademark application for 'Nexus' rejected, as a small Oregon firm already owns it.
Saturn's rings aren't as neat and tidy as they appear, new observations from NASA's Cassini spacecraft show.
Microsoft's Bing search engine took 12.5% of all search engine requests across the globe in February, a new record for the "decision engine."
As if we didn’t have enough rubbish to watch on TV, we may soon be treated to a sitcom based on Steve Jobs and his huge ego.
Google wants you to ‘exchange’ your Microsoft Exchange software for its own Google apps, and is making it ever easier to make the switch with a new Google Apps Migration service.
Start-up app review websites need money to sustain themselves, and independent app developers need exposure. What happens when those two things mix?
Ah, remember the good old days when you had to blow into your NES cartridges when they wouldn't work? Well, to bring back that unforgettable nostaglic experience, there's the NES Harmonica.
Xbox 360 owners have been able to purchase Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City, a package that contains two downloadable stories from GTA IV, for months. Unfortunately, gamers who prefer to play on another console will have to wait a bit longer to get their hands on it.
In a new survey released by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), 36% of those who plan to buy a 3D TV soon say they plan to play 3D video games. That's more than double the amount of people who wanted to play HD games just a few years ago.
A firmware update planned for Spring 2010 will reportedly allow Microsoft's Xbox 360 to recognize USB mass storage devices.
A self-described electronics nerd has designed a system known as "RedEye" to remotely control his '69 Pontiac's ignition, radio and doors with an iPod Touch.
Mingleverse has introduced a new feature to enhance online meetings in its flash-based virtual world.
The feature - dubbed "Groups" - is designed to bridge vast geographic distances for teachers, businesses and social entities.
As the tragically hip make their reverse Mecca haj out of Austin today – updating 4Square on their iPhones as they go - we take a look back over SXSW Interactive, celebrating the worn checkered shirts, grungy chic neck scarfs, cowboy hats and hemp sandals.
The Federal Trade Commissioner has harshly criticized Google’s controversial launch of its Buzz social networking service.