Everything we know about the composition of the universe may be wrong, according to physicists.
Google is reportedly adding support for legacy PC apps to its upcoming web-based Chrome operating system.
AT&T has issued an official apology to 114,000 iPad users whose e-mail addresses were inadvertently leaked by the carrier.
Fancy seeing your work in the Guggenheim? The New York museum is calling for budding video artists to send in their work via YouTube, promising to showcase it worldwide.
A new strain of bacteria has been found that could help clean up some of the nastiest pollutants in the massive Gulf oil spill.
A fourteen-year-old has been arrested in Japan for allegedly leaking manga titles onto YouTube before their release.
Japan's Hayabusa mission, the first to collect samples from an asteroid, made a successful return to earth last night in the Australian outback.
Twitter is warning that the World Cup could lead to outages, after a week in which the site has been up and down like a soccer ball.
Evidence that a vast ocean may have covered one-third of the surface of Mars some 3.5 billion years ago gives new support to the idea that the planet may once have harbored life.
Microsoft has officially launched its controller-free motion sensing device. Previously known as Project Natal, it now has a proper name: Kinect.
DejaOffice has updated its contact management app suite for Android-powered smartphones such as the Evo, Droid and Incredible.
Were you looking forward to purchasing an adult entertainment app for your brand, spanking new Windows 7 phone?
Well, too bad, because Microsoft has declared its Windows Phone 7 marketplace a "porn-free" zone.
The rapidly aging and highfaluting Old Gray Lady has slapped a merciless ban on the word "tweet."
Microsoft has criticized a Google researcher for publicly disclosing a remote code execution vulnerability affecting Windows XP and Server 2003.
Scientists believe they may be able to explain how some people who apparently freeze to death can be revived after a form of suspended animation.
Graphic porn involving children possibly as young as five was on social networking site tagged.com for two months after it was reported to the site's administrators, New York's attorney general says.
The FBI has said that it has opened an investigation into the AT&T security breach that compromised iPad owners' email addresses.
Motorola is reported to be readying a 2GHz smartphone for release by the end of the year.
While most talk of a non-AT&T iPhone has been directed at the #1 carrier, Verizon, there's a growing thought that T-Mobile may be the first new service provider to carry the Apple phone.
When users went to Google.com this morning, something looked a bit different - quite a bit different in fact - causing a full-scale outrage like never before.
No, this article isn't accusing Microsoft Windows of being a scam. *Cough*
The president of DisplayMate Technologies has publicly challenged Apple's claim that the iPhone 4's resolution "exceeds" the human retina.
Logitech has debuted a new line of HD webcams that offer 720p for video calls over Skype, Yahoo, Windows Live Messenger and Gmail Voice/Video Chat.
A group of raunchy San Francisco artists are demanding that Steve Jobs allow porn on his puritanical iPad.
The Unrevoked dev team has managed to successfully root the super-resistant HTC Droid Incredible.
Thinking of buying a slick new iPhone 4? Well, try not to drop it - or you may end up with a shattered glass panel.
The leaking of 114,000 private email addresses by Goatse Security was carried out through a simple attack on badly-designed software, according to Praetorian Security Group.
The world’s most powerful microscope is now peering away at tiny things at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Microsoft, Intel and Google have teamed up with ISPs and others to create a broadband technical group advising on net neutrality and other issues.
Gaming can give you the reaction time of a fighter pilot but the fitness of a 60-year-old, according to a study.
Second Life creator Linden Lab is making some big changes, announcing plans to make its virtual world browser-based - and laying off 30 percent of its staff.
A team at the Swiss Institute of Technology in Zurich has developed intelligent robots that can dock with each other and fly in a swarm.
As most manufacturers are gingerly increasing their 3D TV sizes over the span of a few months, Panasonic has already announced shipment of a 3D set that is twice the size of any other commercial unit on the market today.
After numerous developers noticed that their apps were disappearing from the Android Market, Google has fixed an apparent internal bug and apologized for not keeping its developers in the loop.
Sony has confirmed the imminent launch of the first 3D games for its Playstation 3 (PS3) console.
An XDA-Developers forum member known as Charnsingh_Online has coded a CyanogenMod patch that enables 720p recording on Google’s flagship Nexus One smartphone.