A simulation run by EA Sports has predicted that the New Orleans Saints will “march to victory” over the Indianapolis Colts with a final score of 35-31 at Super Bowl XLIV.
Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have built the world's most accurate clock.
Cars, mobile phones and computers could be powered by their bodywork, thanks to new battery technology.
Microsoft has announced plans to ax Xbox Live for the original, eight-year-old Xbox in April.
Apple has told developers that they cannot use location-based services to deliver advertisements to the iPhone, iPod touch and - when it appears - the iPad.
The latest set of pictures from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope provide the most detailed images yet of Pluto.
The US Justice Department has criticised the deal struck between Google and copyright owners, and has called for changes.
AT&T has confirmed that it will allow Sling Media to stream video over an already overtaxed 3G network.
NASA and General Motors have jointly developed a new robot designed to help astronauts - and build cars on the side.
Design company Seymourpowell is looking for a customer for a hotel that floats in the sky.
Patients in a so-called vegetative state have been shown to be conscious, and one has been enabled to communicate via an MRI scan.
The Symbian Foundation has finally gone all the way and made the world's most popular cellphone operating system open source.
It always was a bit implausible - the idea that there was a method of communicating with teenagers. Limited success with dolphins and PVS patients got scientists' hopes up, but ultimately there are limits to all human endeavour.
In an effort to play catch-up with the Apple iPad, Amazon has reportedly acquired Touchco, a New York start-up specializing in touch-screen technology.
According to the New York Times, the touch-screen technology developed by Touchco is substantially cheaper than the capacitative touch screens used for the iPad, at around $10 per square foot.
Scientists have successfully used magnetic nanoparticles to capture and remove cancer cells from human tissue.
When it comes to video game voyeurism and risqué gameplay, the Japanese sure know how to roll.
Microsoft is blaming developers for not making secure enough code and is condescendingly offering to help them out with that.
THQ CEO Brian Farrell has announced plans to release a "high-quality" sequel to Red Faction in fiscal 2011.
A security researcher has reportedly managed to crack the “unhackable” Infineon SLE 66 CL PE chip. The nearly ubiquitous Infineon is typically found in computers, gaming systems, identity cards and various electronic devices.
A new report published by a consortium of industry analysts has confirmed that video game sales declined at least 8 percent in 2009.