It's amazing the things you can see on StreetView. The Empire State Building, the Eiffel Tower - and frogmen leaping out of lawn chairs.
He probably hardly had time to update his profile, but MySpace CEO Owen Van Natta is to leave the company after less than a year in the job.
Apple may be planning to offer downloaded TV shows for as little as 99 cents when its iPad launches in a few weeks' time.
Sony has announced its first 3D-ready Blu-ray disk player, along with upgrades to existing machines allowing them to play 3D movies too.
Sydney's University of Technology knows its Sydney Tower is pretty hideous - it even says so on the website. So in traditional fashion, it's decided to put a paper bag over its head.
On the eve of the 31st anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, the Iranian regime is feeling the pinch from the Green Movement. Iran's large population of under 30s is as tech savvy as they come, and the authorities are doing everything they can to stop them from disrupting government backed festivities with their demonstrations.
It has emerged that four years ago Microsoft turned down a potentially huge and profitable deal with the US military which had wanted to stock up on Xbox 360 consoles for soldier training.
Ron Jeremy is a lover, not a fighter, and his latest rant against violence in the video game industry hammers that point home [shurely “nails it”? – Ed].
Nvidia has posted a video on YouTube of its Quadro GPU rapidly accelerating Adobe's Mercury Playback Engine.
YouTube has introduced an optional "Safety Mode" filter designed to help users screen out potentially objectionable content.
A team of intrepid scientists has successfully concluded a DNA analysis of human hair found preserved in Greenland’s permafrost.
Google has announced plans to build and test a number of ultra high-speed broadband networks across the United States.
Google's Buzz is yet another product that gets thrown out by Google, and takes the Internets by storm only to fall short. Or does it? No one really knows how well Google does outside of search. It ain't no Microsoft or Facebook or Yahoo so, who is it?
Opera has confirmed that it will be offering attendees of the 2010 Mobile World Congress (MWC) a sneak preview of its mini browser for the Apple iPhone.
The components powering Apple's overhyped iPad tablet reportedly cost Club Cupertino as little as $219.35.
As if predictive text wasn't bad enough, an Israeli company has launched a totally predictive interface for Android phones.
Identity fraud is rocketing, according to a survey from Javelin Strategy & Research, and victims are getting increasingly vengeful.
It's a common complaint that new technology has drastically altered many job descriptions.
Flickr cofounder Stewart Butterfield is having another shot at marketing a massively multiplayer game.
A new study turns perceived wisdom on its head, concluding that some dinosaurs may actually have descended from birds.