Google should start selling Ninja accessories, Ninja swords, nunchuks, Ninja bedspreads. Just give up on the damn phone, Google.
We at TGD have found ourselves dreaming about those little falling blocks, so it comes as no surprise that Tetris is now the best-selling mobile game of all time.
In quick succession, YouTube and Vimeo have launched HTML 5 video players, removing the need for many users to use Flash.
A new genetic analysis tool can distinguish between strains of the deadly superbug MRSA, and even identify when and where in the world each strain arose.
US hurricane damage will rise by a third this century, a new climate study concludes.
Too much sex can give you carpal tunnel syndrome, according to a researcher - and, yes, he's talking about sex with other people.
Parental control just isn't what it used to be. Flaws in Apple software let's kids see the dreaded NSFW images that we spend most of our time trying to find.
With digital music on the rise, growing a whopping 20,900 percent since 2003, it’s no wonder the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) is making such a song and dance about piracy.
You may think you’re smart if your computer password is “password”, but in actual fact, it has now been proven that you are a moron.
The magical Apple tablet created by Saint Steven Jobs and his dedicated team of silicon alchemists has apparently been shown to high-level executives at Electronic Arts.
US Custom officials have reportedly seized and searched over 1,500 electronic devices from international travelers, including laptops, thumb drives, cell phones and DVDs.
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.