Astronomers have worked out that around 15 percent of stars host solar systems like our own, with several gas giant planets in the outer regions.
A British ISP has posted an attack on U2 frontman, Saint Bono of Solipsis, advising him to shut it.
A computer scientist reckons he's calculated pi to a record 2.7 trillion digits - on a PC.
One of the first developers of an internet porn filter is suing the Chinese government, claiming it misappropriated its technology for use in the Green Dam censorship project.
The message from CES is that if your USB gizmo ain't got USB 3.0, it ain't worth a damn.
An Australian father and son have developed a power board designed to cut domestic energy use.
Shipments of monitors for the desktop market have been hit really hard by the credit crunch.
NASA's Solar and Helioscopic Observatory (SOHO) has captured footage of a comet being swallowed by the sun.
Polaroid said it has signed a deal with singer Lady Gaga. She'll be the creative director for specialist Polaroid imaging products.
The Google Nexus one drops into a very interesting window. By any measure it is as big a potential hit as the Palm Pre was at CES last but then the excitement pretty much died out for the Palm Pre and while it was likely the hottest phone Sprint had in 2009, we’re talking Sprint, so that didn’t mean much.
Google finally went public with the introduction of the Nexus phone, manufactured by Taiwanese handset maker HTC.
The winners of the 2009 Darwin Awards have been announced, and for the first time ever there's a woman on the shortlist.
Giant Korean company Samsung is set to introduce a number of next generation OLED displays at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, said today that over three billion apps have been downloaded by iPhone and iPod users.
News Corp subsidiary IGN Entertainment has sold its film review site, Rotten Tomatoes, to Flixster.
Reports suggest that Apple will buy Quattro Wireless for $275 million, pitching the Cupertino company further against its possible nemesis, Google.
Proving that you can perhaps put a price tag on stupidity, a gamer has handed over real cash for a pretend spacecraft.
Death is bad for business, says social networking site Facebook.
VOIP firm Skype said that it will enable video calls for 720p high definition displays, so you can see your friends' acne in high resolution detail.
Now that Taipei 101 is no longer the world's tallest tower, the owners of the erection are trying to get one over on Dubai's bigger one.