Danger, danger, Will Robinson! Abandon Flash. Jump to HTML5 before we all implode.
Welcome to the first ever installment of Unplugging, a weekly column on the music scene in and out of the Internets.
Computers are trying to bankrupt everyone. They don't need no stinkin' T800 to kill John Connor.
What do you want me to say? I have nothing going on today. Nothing. This was featured on Google News today. Right at the top. I went for it. You go for it, too. Sucks to be me, huh?
The beautiful game is played on millions of table tops around the world. The players are no beauties, but this table is hot.
The publisher of PC Magazine gets sold. We is building CNET 2.0 say suits.
A Google Music logo spotted on the 'Net may indicate that the Mountain View-based company is poised to take on Apple iTunes with its own Android-based service.
Do Android-powered tablets have a chance of successfully competing against Apple's seemingly unstoppable iPad?
European regulators are set to receive data inadvertently collected by Google from unsecured WiFi networks across the Continent.
Apple has imposed a strict "Safari only" policy for its recently launched HTML5 demo. Other browsers - including Google's Chrome - are blocked from loading the showcase features.
US officials have ruled out the use of a nuclear blast to halt the seemingly uncontrollable BP oil leak off the Gulf of Mexico.
A red-faced AT&T has been forced to apologize for threatening an irate customer with an official "cease and desist" order.
A spaceship set to be used as a taxi service for NASA is due to lift off today.
Google says the massive furore over Wifi snooping by Street View cars was all the fault of one software engineer.
HTC's Evo 4G phone will officially launch this weekend, bringing with it an introduction to 4G data, exclusive HD video applications...and the inability to save anything to the packed-in MicroSD card.
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's sinking, and to line James Cameron's unendingly deep pockets with even more gold, Kate Winslet and Leonardo Dicaprio will be getting the royal 3D treatment.
Appular has launched the first HTML5 iPhone game demo.
The title - dubbed Hand of Greed - features intense, blade strewn action, along with touch screen controls, fluid animations and dynamic lighting effects.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is confident that Windows will successfully power a "new breed" of touchscreen tablet PCs.
Samsung has released an official picture of its upcoming, 7-inch Galaxy-class tablet.
Rdio has announced a Cloud-based service that offers unlimited, on-demand access to five million songs across multiple devices.
Don't feel like shelling out the big bucks for a brand spanking new TV? Sure, we understand. But what if you could watch 3D porn on it? Would that help change your mind?
Well, they're off: six trained astronauts on a 520 day mission to... Moscow.
Scientist and alchemist Robert Boyle would have approved of the present day. We've finally got round to inventing most of the things on his wish-list of technological developments.
Five chip makers have created a non-profit joint venture to boost investment in Linux and increase its presence in consumer devices such as cellphones, TVs and tablet computers.
As it struggles to compete with Netflix's streaming video service, Blockbuster has just landed a deal with Toshiba to offer its on-demand movies directly through new Blu-ray players.
Someone had to be the first, and AT&T decided that it would be the one to take the plunge - the carrier has announced that it will completely eliminate unlimited data service from new mobile subscription plans.
That's not a typo in the headline; Google has updated its mobile search engine so that people who run a search from their iPhone will be provided with a list of matching apps.
Google has unveiled a new feature that allows users to upload their own pictures to use as the background image on Google.com's main landing page, without affecting the search platform's load times.
After a trial run in select locations, Target will now be introducing Amazon's Kindle throughout its entire chain of more than 1,700 stores in 49 states.