Amazon ought to be getting a little anxious because it appears that Apple is talking to HarperCollins about a tablet device the Cupertino company is cooking up.
Anal retention isn't an attractive trait in human beings and so much less attractive in multinational corporations like Microsoft.
The Army and the Department of Defense are funding work on a new type of armor inspired by an unusual snail shell.
Patients with heart disease could soon be treated without stents, thanks to tiny nanoparticles that can home in on damaged tissue and release drugs.
Golly gosh gollum, simulation soap opera beats up on simulation fantasy creature feature. Bragging rights and millions of dollars at stake.
An association of journalists working in China says a number of its members have had their Gmail accounts hijacked.
Gartner has predicted that consumers will shell out a whopping $6.2 billion on mobile applications and games in 2010.
Apple is poised to permanently alter the course of Western civilization with the unveiling of its "latest creation" on January 27 in San Francisco, California.
On January 27 Google is holding an enormous bash in London to promote its Chrome browser.
Nvidia has confirmed that its Fermi-based GF100 GPU will feature 512 CUDA processors, 16 geometry units, 384-bit GDDR5 memory bus and 48 ROP engines.
The French and German governments have urged their citizens to consider safer alternatives to Microsoft's popular Internet Explorer browser.
From the you couldn't make it up department comes news that you can make airplane fuel from seawater and sand.
The original account of the moment that Sir Isaac Newton got clunked on the head by a falling apple has gone online for the first time.
Telling someone you're planning to blow up an airport is never a good idea, especially if the cops are listening in. So when a UK man tweeted to his friends that Robin Hood Airport in Doncaster was about to bite the big one, it should have come as no surprise that last week he was busted and interrogated for seven hours by anti-terror police.
Anything you'd like to know about the atmosphere on Mars? ESA and NASA are inviting scientists from across the world to propose instruments for their joint Mars mission, the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter.
Surgeons at the UC Davis Medical Center have for the first time used artificial muscles, helping patients with facial paralysis to blink.
It all sounds a bit Harry Potter, but a team of British scientists has managed to tie light in knots, an achievement that could have important implications for laser technology.
We will never stop telling you what to like, how to feel, and what movies you should be watching this year. One editor's Sunday morning moment of meglomania.
One editor's journey into the darkest depth of his desires. 15 ways to dull the ache of another year and avoid social interaction.
Even though it may not have needed saving, Microsoft executive Aaron Greenberg has claimed that Project Natal could help revive the Japanese gaming market.