California is considering introducing electronic license plates that would raise money for the state by screening ads.
Chemists at the University of York have discovered a way of recycling waste from LCD televisions to make a substance that combats hospital infections.
Google is reported to be working on a one-click micropayment system allowing newspapers to charge for content accessed through Google Search.
Kobo is now Android friendly! The free e-reader app - which is available on the Android Market - supports the popular ePUB standard, including rich text and images.
Apple has introduced an app that allows users to track down their lost or stolen iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches.
The Kinect is likely to be a big hit with casual gamers, but will it appeal to Microsoft's core Xbox 360 audience?
Looking for a porn fix with an alien twist? How about watching some steamy Na'vi action this September?
Microsoft has redesigned its latest Xbox 360 motherboard by reportedly combining the CPU, GPU and eDRAM onto a single chip.
Are you the parent of an angry teenager who dresses in black, listens to the Cure and thinks Homo sapiens have outgrown their use?
Iceland has passed a law designed to make it a haven for free expression and freedom of information.
One wonders how long most human contestants spend practising for an appearance on the quiz show Jeopardy!. It's probably not as long as IBM's Watson supercomputer, which is finally ready to play after three years' hard work.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted yesterday to seek public comment on its controversial plans for broadband regulation.
In HG Wells' The Time Machine, the brutish Morlocks live underground, appearing only to service the needs of the beautiful but weedy Eloi.
Microsoft has introduced yet another mobile operating system targeted at businesses and enterprise users.
Are Macs inherently more secure than PCs? Well, not according to cybersecurity analyst Hemanshu Nigam - who claims that OS X suffers from just "as many vulnerabilities" as Windows.
If you don't have one of Apple's golden tickets on pre-order you have other things you can do.
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.