A new type of Trojan has attacked 750,000 computers around the world, affecting 2,500 companies and government agencies.
NASA has released the first pictures from its Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, WISE.
The US International Trade Commission has said it will investigate Apple and RIM for patent violation, following a complaint from Kodak.
A new website called PleaseRobMe aims to highlight the dangers of broadcasting your every move on Twitter.
A New Zealand florist found a good way of steering customers away from her competitors - she just altered their listings on Google Maps.
Google could be making as much as $500 million a year from users' dodgy spelling.
Strap in! Blizzard has finally activated its long-awaited beta program for the upcoming Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty real-time strategy (RTS) game.
Corporate drones rejoice! You will soon be able to use Microsoft Outlook to view Facebook and MySpace status updates from the privacy of your dreary cubicles!
A drunk and deranged WoW player was recently shot by an irate grandfather after attempting to choke his mother to death.
The next-generation Nintendo DS2 will reportedly boast "tilt" controls capable of outperforming a similar function found on the iPhone.
Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch has confirmed that his company is working hard to improve the performance of Flash on Mac OS X.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) has filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over Google's controversial Buzz launch.
Amongst all the talk of “mobile synergies” and “user centric experiences” and CEO superstars, one woman in particular stood out at Mobile World Congress.
Google "hearts mobile" was the message delivered by the firm’s CEO at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Google has made a $2 million donation to the Wikimedia Foundation.
Clemson University researchers have developed a hands-free way of texting while driving.
Be gentle, now: an Australian politician said yesterday that he reckons gamers are more scary than bikers.
Facebook is launching a cut-down version for mobile users, eliminating pictures and other bandwidth-hungry content.
Ocean acidifcation is taking place at a faster rate than has been seen in the last 65 million years - and it's still accelerating.
It's not the conclusive answer they were probably hoping for, but Nielsen has found from a massive survey that people 'might' be prepared to pay for online content.