What's being called the world's first On-Line Electric Vehicle (OLEV) has been introduced in Seoul.
The University of South Australia and Nokia have teamed up to produce an application that allows phone users to see through walls.
A German woman has failed in her bid to stop evil scientists from destroying the world.
AMD has launched an "Open" initiative designed to encourage 3D innovation and lower high costs typically associated with the evolving technology.
News broke today that Samsung's first entry to the e-book reader market will go through Barnes & Noble, complementing the bookstore chain's own Nook device. The E6 will go on sale for under $300.
One week after EA Sports head Peter Moore said that the company will shift more of its focus to fitness video games, the publishing giant has announced an official sequel to its top-selling EA Sports Active franchise. Curiously, it will be coming out for the iPhone and Playstation 3, but not the Xbox 360.
Researchers at IBM and Stanford University have developed a potentially revolutionary method of producing environmentally-friendly plastic from plants.
Europe is effectively outsourcing a third of its carbon emissions overseas, according to a new study.
It's been described the most valuable internet domain name in the world, and it's coming up for auction in about ten days' time.
HP is fighting back against the Apple iPad with more information about its Slate device, and it doesn't agree with the old adage that if you can't say somtihng nice, you shouldn't say anything at all.
If the latest Comscore report is any indication, the average Internet user who watches online video will soon view over 200 videos a month, or more than 6 each and every day. Nearly half of those come from YouTube.
2K Games has inked a lucrative licensing agreement with Playboy to display more than 50 vintage magazine covers and Centerfolds in Mafia II.
Panasonic has embarked on a new campaign to promote its 3D television sets in Best Buy stores across the United States.
Microsoft's Bing is filtering out the sexy stuff in Arab countries, as well as terms like 'gay' or 'homosexual', the OpenNet Initiative has found.
AMD announced this morning that it is providing game developers with free access to Digital Molecular Matter (DMM), a physics simulator created by AMD partner Pixelux. The move is part of a new initiative in the game development community called "Open Physics."
Ubisoft has apologised to gamers for the fact that its servers went down over the weekend, saying it was attacked by a hacker.
MIT researchers have discovered a completely new way of producing electricity - and they don't fully understand how it works.
Geologists have found evidence that ice covered the whole world 716.5 million years ago.
Two tech sites have received 'cease and desist' letters after reporting that online retailer Newegg was inadvertently supplying counterfeit Intel chips to customers.
Four in five people around the world reckon internet access is their fundamental right, according to a poll conducted for BBC World Service.
A new survey conducted by ChangeWave claims that Apple’s iPad is likely to have a “major impact” on the e-Reader, laptop and home entertainment markets.
A heartbreaking story of parents who left their three-month old, premature baby to die of malnourishment, while they raised a virtual daughter online in an MMORPG has surfaced over on ABC.
A number of new Microsoft Courier tablet pictures and related specs hit the Internet on Friday.
Nvidia has removed the latest iteration of WHQL drivers from its website after a number of StarCraft II beta testers blamed 196.75 for the sizzling death of their PCs and video cards.
Microsoft has updated its rather extensive Xbox Live "Code of Conduct" to allow the inclusion of race, nationality, religion and sexual orientation in Gamertags and profiles.