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.
Freescale Semiconductor has unveiled an advanced system-on-chip (SoC) that is expected to help significantly lower the cost of next-generation eReaders.
Not interested in shelling out the big bucks for Apple's overhyped iPad?
Well, Archos has introduced two new Android-based tablet devices with a fairly reasonable $200-$223 price tag.
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An analyst at Canaccord Adams has claimed that initial availability of Apple's overhyped iPad may be limited by an "unspecified" production problem.
A boat built from 12,000 plastic bottles it to set sail this month, with the aim of crossing the Pacific Ocean.
Vodafone is the most sustainable major ICT company in the world, with Verizon and AT&T the worst, according to a report from the Two Tomorrows Group.
A Connecticut-based electronics retailer has filed a suit against several major optical disk drive manufacturers, accusing them of price fixing.
Ice left over from a massive winter storm on Friday fell down from the 32nd floor of the Sony building, crashing into a set of glass panels in the lobby.
"It looked like a hailstorm," partygoer Shirley Rozman was quoted as saying in an AP story. A group of people were at the midtown atrium, which is open to the public, celebrating the Jewish holiday of Prium.
Twitter is believed to be planning a new advertising system similar to Google's AdWords.
Cities across the Northeast and Atlantic Coast are breaking snowfall records and scientists are now rescinding claims of global warming-induced hurricanes. It all leads to growing skepticism over the climate change phenomenon.
The writing may be on the wall for newspapers - or on the screen, at least. A new report from the Pew Internet and American Life project says that online news has taken over from print as the third most popular way for Americans to get their news.
Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon are all waiving fees and charges for users who want to reach out to victims of the massive earthquake that hit Chile last week. The massively successful text-to-donate campaign during the Haiti disaster has is also back in full swing.
PlayStation 3 users around the world have been left unable to connect to the PlayStation Network, with Sony still unable to identify the source of the problem.
More than half of Apple's suppliers visited in a recent audit have been overworking staff, and three have been using underage labor, the company has admitted.
Hoping to quash concerns that the Android platform has been getting pulled apart and lacking consistency, Google is reportedly going to bring the next major update to all Android devices. The move will hopefully add uniformity to the operating system that is now available on nearly 20 handsets.
When Grooveshark, an Internet radio provider that allows users to listen to MP3s for free, tried to bring its service to the iPhone, it was rejected by Apple. So the company did what any snubbed publisher would do - it made the app available for jailbroken iPhones.