Cypress Semiconductor has demonstrated a tablet-sized capacitive touchscreen with unlimited finger tracking capability.
A shocking report published by security company McAfee reveals that more than half of critical infrastructure enterprises worldwide have fallen victim to large scale or stealth cyber attacks.
At least two industry analysts have hypothesized that Apple's iPad is unlikely to be instantly embraced by either the hardcore or serious gaming community.
Apple may well have a fight on its hands from Fujitsu, which has just remembered eight years later it still has a product called the iPad.
A modder by the name of Eugene373 has managed to enable a dormant FM Radio feature on his Motorola Cliq.
A series of speeches by teeny fascist dictator Benito Mussolini has become the second-most popular iPhone app in Italy.
Nobody likes to feel left out, and Adobe is a bit miffed that the new Apple iPad doesn't include Flash.
It's the stuff of many a nasty fairy tale, but researchers have found that old mice can be rejuvenated by giving them certain blood factors from young mice.
Nintendo's holiday sales held up well, indicating that its 20 percent pre-Christmas price cut on the Wii did the trick.
Google's Social Search feature is out of the labs and on google.com, with the promise of more features to come.
A Swiss team has applied Darwinian selection to robot development, producing robots that can walk, cooperate and even hunt each other.
We at TG Daily always had a sneaking suspicion that the makers of Barney had got it a bit wrong. And now it turns out that dinosaurs weren't purple at all - but ginger!
MIT is using automated machine learning to help develop a 'wiring diagram' of the human brain.
A rather embarrassing incident has left Facebook saving face, as the firm has had to apologize to a user whose vanity URL it snatched, purportedly to sell to a company for cold hard cash.
It’s not been all peace and harmony for dating site eHarmony of late, with the firm having to shell out $2 million in a settlement over its homophobic refusal to allow lesbians, gays and bisexuals to be desperate e-daters too.
Here at TG Daily we like comparing Apples and Oranges, or at least Apple and Microsoft, and with all the buzz about the iPad, it seems Microsoft has been trying to generate a bit of its own buzziness with rumors of a Zune phone.
Saint Steven Jobs has finally come down from the mountain top bearing Apple's "magical and revolutionary" tablet device.
Analysis Way way more significant than some tablet Steve Jobs will introduce today is a repositioning of Oracle that will shake the mighty pillars of the IT industry.
Saint Steven Jobs has finally unveiled Apple's hallowed iPad tablet device.