Apple's next-gen iPod Touch will reportedly feature an advanced, forward-facing 5MP camera capable of shooting HD video at 720p.
After getting to delve into Sony’s preliminary slate of stereoscopic 3D games on the PS3, I have to say there’s a reason for all this excitement but also a reason for the skepticism.
Please don't snigger, but ESO and NASA astronomers have discovered a black hole blowing out an enormous bubble of hot gas.
Wicked Lasers is defying a cease and desists letter from Lucas Films, calling on it to stop selling its Spyder III Pro Arctic laser.
A tech industry lobbying group has abandoned its efforts to keep gadget use in cars legal after criticism from transportation secretary Ray LaHood.
Blizzard, the publisher of the top online game World of Warcraft, enacted a policy this week that requires users to display their real names. As you can imagine, this isn't going over well with the "Wizard Troll"s and "Nutjob"s on the forums.
Silicon Valley chip expert David Kanter has hypothesized that PhysX diminishes CPU performance by "exclusively" using an outdated x87 instruction set.
The fact that someone actually dug into a security hole and hacked personal iTunes accounts is nothing to be overlooked, but final details reveal that only about 3 out of every 1,000,000 iTunes account holders were affected.
Bluetooth has approved a next-gen spec that will allow future wireless devices to operate for years on just a tiny, button-sized battery.
Scientists are going to perform research on HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria, with the help of a cell phone and a brand new kind of microscope.
Congress is debating legislation that could grant the federal government new powers to mandate the features and design of every phone, computer, GPS or any other device with a screen that connects to the Internet.
Just like the Kindle and Nook, Borders' Kobo platform is now available on mobile devices as a special app, and also on PCs.
Mozilla's released the first beta of Firefox 4, which sports a new interface and performance improvements.
Twitter has taken a tentative step into the online shopping business with the launch of a new service pointing users to deals at online and mainstream retailers.
The solar powered plane Solar Impulse has begun its first 24-hour test flight, aiming to make it through the night on power collected during the day.
NASA has debuted a free online video game that allows players to step into the role of an exploration team member in a futuristic 3D lunar settlement.
HTC's recent launch of its long-awaited Evo 4G smartphone has helped to accelerate the fast-paced Android revolution with a number of high-end features, including HDMI connectivity, WiFi hotspot capabilities, a 1 Ghz Snapdragon processor and a 720P HD video camera.
Remember those uber-cool power laces that Marty McFly wore in Back to the Future II?
There is a running dialog across a number of analysts that seems to circulate around the idea that Apple is doing an experiment on how gullible, or stupid, people are.
AT&T is reportedly throttling 3G uploads in a number of cities, including NYC, Boston, Seattle, Las Vegas and Washington, D.C.
It never stops; console makers continue to one-up each other, and now Sony is taking it up another notch with a 320 GB hard drive.
HTC, a company that most people had never even heard of just a couple years ago, has posted second quarter profits of 58% higher than the previous year.
Netflix's Internet streaming service has just landed its latest deal, bringing Relativity Media titles to the service within a few months after their DVD releases.
The UK government has spent tens of thousands of pounds on developing iPhone apps, the BBC has revealed.
Those delicate little flowers at Facebook have been swooning in shock at the sight of nipples - on a porcelain doll.