ABI researcher Jeff Orr has predicted that ARM-based processors - and not X86 chips - will dominate the MID market by 2013.
Amazon is looking for third-party apps for its Kindle e-reader, in a move which might, just might, have something to do with next week's Apple tablet launch.
In response, presumably, to massive public demand, scientists have developed a way to recharge cellphones and the like by plugging them into your clothing.
With what some may see as jaw-dropping cheek, a new government-funded study of ozone pollution in western North America has concluded that it's all Asia's fault.
A 21-year-old British woman has been recognised as the biggest collector of Pokémon memorabilia in the world, having accumulated 12,113 different items over 13 years.
The only time most of us get to commission photos is at our wedding, so NASA's offer to snap pics of Mars on request is quite an opportunity.
It flies in the face of all common sense, but apparently texting is actually good for kids' spelling.
A clever bunch of boffins have managed to port Android to an x86 platform, allowing people to run Google’s OS on Asus’ Eee PC netbooks as well as several other already tried and tested 32-bit (x86) platforms.
Robots, it would appear, are clunking their way back into fashion this year, and not just as sexual companions, but also as automated carers for the elderly – or so believes Japanese car maker, Toyota, who is ready to cash in on the whole robotic rabble.
A recently report published by the Kaiser Family Foundation has confirmed an already known fact: American kids are hopelessly addicted to the Internet and other forms of entertainment media.
Some people, it seems, can simply make money out of vapor – or, to be more precise, out of Steam – as one now ex gamer discovered when he offered up hisSteam account on eBay for a cool $1000 and managed to flog it.
We haven't got a teaser for this article that wouldn't put us in hell. Is it hot in here? I'm burning up, man!
Microsoft has sued TiVo over the unauthorized use of technology related to the purchase and delivery of video.
Sony has postponed the launch of its still unnamed motion controller to late 2010.
Apple has reportedly kicked off negotiations with Microsoft to replace Google as the default search engine on its popular iPhone.
It's been rumored for quite a while, but now the New York Times has gone and done it. It said in a statement this morning that it has a "new model" for its web site that means readers will have to pay - starting this time next year.
A 42-year-old Taiwanese man with a history of high blood pressure has died of a stroke after becoming somewhat overexcited watching blue blockbuster Avatar.
The European Southern Observatory has amalgamated images from its La Silla observatory in Chile to produce the best pictures yet of the Cat's Paw Nebula.
Asian carp DNA has been found in Lake Michigan for the first time, raising fears that they could devastate the Great Lakes' delicate ecology - and commercial fishing interests, of course.
The most important product in the history of everything, ever, Apple's indescribably-exciting tablet computer, is unlikely to hit the shelves before June due to battery life and reliability issues.