What's being called the world's first On-Line Electric Vehicle (OLEV) has been introduced in Seoul.
Well, you can't say there isn't a need for it. After scam after scam, Twitter is introducing a service to foil the phishers.
Google is adding cycle routes to Google Maps, allowing users to plot the best routes in 150 cities across the US.
The University of South Australia and Nokia have teamed up to produce an application that allows phone users to see through walls.
A German woman has failed in her bid to stop evil scientists from destroying the world.
AMD has launched an "Open" initiative designed to encourage 3D innovation and lower high costs typically associated with the evolving technology.
News broke today that Samsung's first entry to the e-book reader market will go through Barnes & Noble, complementing the bookstore chain's own Nook device. The E6 will go on sale for under $300.
Three individuals have pleaded guilty in a federal court to scamming the Federal Communications Commission out of over $2.5 million with organizations they owned that were designed to help people with hearing impairments.
One week after EA Sports head Peter Moore said that the company will shift more of its focus to fitness video games, the publishing giant has announced an official sequel to its top-selling EA Sports Active franchise. Curiously, it will be coming out for the iPhone and Playstation 3, but not the Xbox 360.
There's a new music game in the works that has a rather ambitious goal in mind: players who master it will be able to transfer their skills to real guitar-playing. It will be the first game of its kind to use a specially created "real" instrument instead of a fake plastic one.
Sony today announced that its video content delivery service on the PS3 now offers download-to-own HD movies from all of the major movie studios. The list is comprised of 20th Century Fox, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures, Universal, Walt Disney, and Warner Bros.
Frakkin' sweet! Bigpoint and NBC Universal will be showcasing a long-awaited Battlestar Galactica MMOG (Massively Multiplayer Online Game) at GDC 2010.
Microsoft has identified and confirmed a critical vulnerability in Internet Explorer 6 and 7 that has already been exploited by hackers.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has harshly criticized Apple for imposing a draconian licensing agreement on developers.
Palm kicked off the 2010 Game Developers Conference (GDC) in San Francisco with the release of a public beta version of its next-gen webOS Plug-in Development Kit (PDK).
Researchers at IBM and Stanford University have developed a potentially revolutionary method of producing environmentally-friendly plastic from plants.
Sony has announced plans to shift its television business into "attack mode" by "aggressively pushing" new 3D models.
Europe is effectively outsourcing a third of its carbon emissions overseas, according to a new study.
It's been described the most valuable internet domain name in the world, and it's coming up for auction in about ten days' time.
Google's testing a TV search service in conjunction with Dish Network, allowing users to search content from Dish and other sources such as YouTube.