Google has introduced a new beta feature that allows Chrome users to navigate the multilingual web in real-time without installing browser extensions or plug-ins.
Apple has filed a lawsuit against HTC for allegedly infringing on 20 patents related to the iPhone's user interface, underlying architecture and hardware.
Facebook and Twitter scams are sweeping the net, offering users the chance to beta test an Apple iPad.
We can all breathe easy: the British Ministry of Defence has decided that UFOs aren't dangerous.
Maybe violent games really do make people aggressive: Activision has fired two senior employees of the studio behind Modern Warfare 2, citing insubordination.
In an extraordinary example of optimistic brown-nosing, Topeka, Kansas has changed its name to Google.
Would you pay $27,000 for a flying machine built using scooter parts and a barbecue gas bottle? Yes? Then you've still got time to place your bid.
Horrific mobile roaming bills should be a thing of the past in Europe, thanks to a new cap on charges.
Google's shopping spree continues: it's now acquired Picnik, an online photo-editing site.
It takes time to get yourself into a self-sacrificing frame of mind, according to research into the sinking of the Titanic and the Lusitania.
Instruments aboard India's Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft have detected millions of tons of water ice near the moon's north pole.
Nvidia has unveiled its next-generation Ion graphics processor for netbooks.
AMD has introduced its 890GX chipset with integrated ATI Radeon HD 4290 graphics.
A few weeks back we told TG readers about a new Japanese game that was getting gamers all hot under the collar called Dead or Alive: Paradise, which didn’t seem to have much of a plot apart from some breast wobbling and girl to girl flirtation.
A red-faced Sony has confirmed that its Playstation 3 consoles are now recovered from an internal clock glitch.
Microsoft today issued a security advisory to Windows XP users saying that a glitch in Internet Explorer makes it possible for malicious users to craft code that would produce a fake Windows help file.
Yet another hysterical survey has tipped up in a supposedly prominent psychology magazine, the Psychological Bulletin, claiming yet again that playing violent video games leads to violent thoughts and doesn’t promote “positive social behaviors.”
Porsche has introduced a low-emission hybrid "concept" sports car that is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in just under 3.2 seconds.
Sony has asked PS3 owners to keep their consoles off until an enigmatic bug plaguing the system's clock functionality is fixed.
A proud Steve Jobs finally debuted his long-awaited Apple iTrash device on a recent episode of Saturday Night Live.