A new Earth observation satellite launched only a week ago has already delivered its first images.
Hi-tech companies could be forced to admit whether they're buying minerals that fuel violence in Congo.
It's a designation that is kind of like an award for being the "most glamorous prison," but Disney's silver screen adaptation of the classic video game Prince of Persia has officially done better at the box office than any other video game-based movie before it.
With this generation of home entertainment, Sony has taken a lot of risks. It put its neck on the line with the first fully-HD equipped video game console, it gambled with Blu-ray in the format war, and now it's pouring all sorts of money into 3D development.
The veil has been lifted (leaked) on yet another Motorola Android phone, and this one brings updates to its Motoblur skin and a Blackberry-style candybar form factor.
One single Blu-ray Disc can now store more than 27 times the capacity of a standard DVD, as the Blu-ray Disc Association has approved a quad-layer "BDXL" standard.
US Cybersecurity Czar Howard Schmidt has proposed the creation of an online "identity ecosystem" to secure financial transactions in cyberspace.
The warning messages on Nintendo's upcoming 3DS handheld will be similar to those used on the infamous migraine-inducing Virtual Boy system.
If comments posted on Apple's official forums are anything to go by, there may be a firmware update to the new iPhone OS platform as early as next week and it expected to target the issue of customers losing reception just from touching the edge of their phone.
Verizon has no plans to allow pre-orders for its newest Droid phone, but Best Buy has already opened up orders for the July 15 release of the device.
Peter Molyneux, the man behind such high-concept video games as Black & White and Fable, says that Sony's Playstation Move is not really distinguishable from the Wii's motion controls.
Nokia is adopting the Linux-powered MeeGo platform for its N-series smartphone lineup in an effort to more effectively compete against Google Android and Apple iOS 4.
Even though it took Microsoft nearly 5 years to incorporate wireless technology into the Xbox 360, a feature that PS3 had from day one, Microsoft now claims its console is technologically superior.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, the group responsible for assigning online domain extensions, has decided to move forward in a long-running mission to set an official designation for porn Web sites.
It’s always nice to see bands put aside their differences and come together for one night of legendary music making. That was the case for the “big four” in thrash metal – Metallica, Slayer, Anthrax, and Megadeth – at the Sonisphere Festival in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Oscar the Cat - who had his back feet severed by a tractor - is walking again with a new pair of bionic limbs.
Apple admits to problems with the iPhone antenna and offers what is, effecively, a rubber band around the bezel to fix it.
Sony is reportedly close to clinching an agreement with Hulu for a paid TV service that would stream content to its flagship Playstation 3 (PS3) console.
Motorola's supercharged Droid X has been torn down and unceremoniously dismembered with a Hex X5 screwdriver.
A retired Navy SEAL sniper has shot and killed an innocent iPhone 4 in cold blood at the Angeles Forest Range.
Google's Chrome has placed last in a Windows-based HTML 5 drag race that pitted the browser against Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer.
Identity thieves promise everyone free buckets of Oxycotin and Vicodin Jello shots.
We just got back from a 3D event at Sony's headquarters in New York where we got our first eyes-on look at the company's upcoming line of 3D TVs and one of the flagship broadcasts from ESPN 3D.
Smartphone clones such as the "BlueBerry" are helping to redefine the low-cost handset segment as viable alternatives to higher-priced devices.
Are you impressed by the long lines outside of Apple stores across the country? Well, don't be, because a shocking 77% of new iPhone 4 sales are just upgrades.
Stroking a white cat didn't seem to make Blofeld particularly affectionate in You Only Live Twice - but maybe he'd have been even nastier if he'd been holding a rock.
It's Apple's turn to come under scrutiny from senators for its privacy practices.
A Yale University team has successfully implanted laboratory-made lung tissue into rats - which were then able to use it to breathe.
Google's stranglehold on the online video market is stronger than ever before, raking in more video activity than its closest eight competitors combined, times four.
Hewlett Packard appears to be prepping for an all-out mobile war with Apple, Steve Jobs, the iPad, iPhone and iTunes.
Swype software allows Android smartphone users to simply drag their fingers from letter to letter instead of tapping on each one. But will Swype's technology find its way to Apple's iPhone?
Former NATO commander General Wesley Clark has confirmed a "growing number" of severe cyber attacks against US government and commercial installations.
UBM TechInsights has thoroughly torn down the long-awaited Apple iPhone 4 and identified all its key components, including a 3-axis digital gyroscope and accelerometer designed by ST Micro.
Pop princess Mathangi "Maya" Arulpragasam recently claimed that video games were responsible for teaching American kids to act violently and prepare for war.
The awe-inspiring beauty of the new iPhone 4 is looking a little faded, with reports of yellow patches on the screen and an easily scratched casing.
A Swiss robotics researcher has created a flying robot that can perch on walls or trees.
Here at TG Daily, we consider it quite an achievement to put together a flat-pack table. We've obviously got to hone our DIY skills just a little more, though, if we're to compete with New Yorker Mark Suppes.