Lenovo clearly doesn't want to miss out on the 3D revolution, and has today announced a 3D laptop aimed at gamers and movie fans.
The world's most powerful telescope - a ground-based one, no less - has made its first set of observations.
A Singapore-based company has launched a portable fuel cell that can power gadgets using only water.
AT&T and Verizon are giving their support to an alliance of police and firefighters that aims to reserve spare spectrum for emergency services. If they win, it means that the spectrum won't be auctioned off to the carriers' competitors.
With Android "skins" like Motorola's Motoblur and HTC's Sense basically telling Google that the standard Android UI isn't good enough, Google will make the user experience a top priority in its next update.
The US Army has asked Northrop Grumman to design three hybrid airships that are capable of providing American soldiers with persistent ISR (intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) capabilities in Afghanistan.
An iPad-controlled quadricopter has taken to the skies above E3 in Los Angeles.
A very reasonably priced Android-powered tablet was recently spotted making the rounds at Computex 2010 in Taiwan. But does the 5-inch device have what it takes to make it in the crowded and Apple iPad-dominated marketplace?
The FBI has arrested a hacker belonging to the infamous Goatse Security Group after seizing an unknown quantity of cocaine, ecstasy, LSD and schedule 2/3 pharmaceuticals.
San Francisco's Board of Supervisors has voted overwhelmingly in favour of a law requiring retailers to display the amount of radiation emitted by cellphones. It's likely to become law after a ten-day comment period.
In official censuses over the last few years, hundreds of thousands of people have listed their religion as Jedi - indeed, it's the second-largest religious affiliation in New Zealand.
The $200 PS3, the ability to watch Hulu on Xbox 360, and yet another addition to the PSP library are all ideas that are now officially shelved to the pile of unsubstantiated E3 rumors.
This is E3 week which is interesting because most of the folks I’m watching on Twitter during the event seem to be more interested in the inability to pre-order the new 4th generation iPhone.
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Toshiba has introduced a 3D-ready laptop powered by Nvidia’s Vision technology.
OnLive will this week launch its cloud gaming service, and is offering a year's free play to those who sign up over the next month.
Without question, one of the biggest themes of this year's E3 expo will be 3D gaming, but Microsoft isn't quite ready to embrace the new standard.
It's been a year of hype, a year of hope, and a year of Xbox fanboy imagination run rampant, but now that Microsoft's motion-controlled camera is actually heading to the real world, the result is quite underwhelming.
Microsoft has debuted a slimmed down version of its popular Xbox 360 console at E3 2010 in Los Angeles.
The $300 system features integrated Wi-Fi, a 250 GB hard drive, wireless controller, headset, HDMI input, USB flash drive storage capabilities and a one-year warranty.
Online tracking firm Quantacast confirms that Google's Android continues to rapidly gain mobile operating system market share at Apple's expense.
The Evo 4G and Droid Incredible have reportedly been hit with a number of screen-related "issues."