The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) was established in May 2000 as a partnership between the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Sharp has developed the first high-definition 3D camera for mobile phones, and says it plans to begin mass production by the end of the year.
It seems to be a day for carelessness. First Apple loses another iPhone prototype, and now Jupiter's lost a belt.
"To lose one iPhone, Mr Jobs, may be regarded as a misfortune; to lose both looks like carelessness."
It's so, so annoying when stuff gets mislaid, so it must be a great relief to astronomers to be able to say they've probably found the nearby universe's missing matter.
Playing catch-up with Intel, AMD has announced its first triple-core and quad-core laptop processors as part of a major brand overhaul.
Mozilla CEO John Lilly has announced that he's stepping down as soon as the company can find a replacement, in order to return to his first love, venture investment, with Greylock Partners.
A Duke University engineer says he can produce more simple logic circuits in a day than the world's entire monthly output of silicon chips.
Google has just pushed out its latest update to the Android version of Google Maps, which adds a slew of new functionality including the ability to instantly post location info to social networking sites.
Nokia's executive vice president at the helm of the company's Mobile Phones unit is resigning from the position, after only 6 months of holding the job.
Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam has announced that his company is working with Google to design a tablet computer.
After a teenage girl was faced with charges of child pornography, for sending out nude pictures of herself, Ohio lawmakers are looking into a new law that specifically addresses the growing issue of "sexting."
You can't do this on the iPhone: a new app is available on the Android Market that allows users to sync up their Wii controller to play games on any device running Google's mobile OS.
An intrepid team of hackers has deployed openAOS dualboot to run Nokia's Maemo on the Android-based Archos 5 Internet Tablet and Internet Media Tablet (IMT).
The June edition of Playboy magazine is scheduled to hit the stores this Friday with a naked, 3D centerfold.
Apple has disputed the accuracy of recent data published by the NPD Group which showed Android-based devices outselling the iPhone in the United States.
Cherrypal has debuted a $99 laptop that runs Android 1.6. The device - which is dubbed Cherrypal Asia - features a VIA ARM9 533Mhz processor, 256MB RAM, 3 USB 2.0, 2GB local storage and full keyboard.
Microsoft and LG have reportedly entered into a memorandum of understanding to jointly market the latter's new 3D televisions alongside 3D-enabled Xbox 360 games in the Asia Pacific region.
Motorola is reportedly preparing to launch an Android-powered smartphone with a "flip-around" display in June 2010.
$650 and up. 3D Panorama mode. 1080i HD video. 14.2 million pixels. Requires knowledge, money, and desire. We're out.
At a recent commencement speech US President Barack Obama seemed to go off on the iPad, iPod, Microsoft Xbox and Sony PlayStation.
A report that Bill Gates plans to fund the world's largest geoengineering project to date has drawn fire from environmental groups.
The first generation of iPad apps has some pretty serious usability problems, according to a report from the Norman Nielsen Group.
Microsoft's Project Natal motion-sensing games controller for the Xbox 360 will launch in October, an executive revealed on Saudi TV.
Boeing has unveiled its Phantom Ray unmanned flying wing, and says it'll have it in the air by the end of the year.
It's always worth appealing to peoples' pockets if appealing to their better nature doesn't work, and a new UN report warns that the world's loss of biodiversity is threatening national economies.
A British man has been fined £1,000 for sending a tweet in which he joked about blowing up an airport.
When it comes to diverse organizations, the Girl Scouts and Geek Squad are about as different as it gets. However, tech-savvy girls in New Jersey have access to a rather unique Girl Scout retreat.
Although Marvel's film studios specifically decided not to incorporate 3D into Iron Man 2, they will step into the big cinema craze with future productions.
In a report detailing its forecast for the rest of the year, Activision said it expects that for the first time, PS3 sales will eclipse that of its rival, the Xbox 360, in the US.
Sprint today crashed any hopes of a CDMA version of the Nexus One in the US. Following the same decision as Verizon, Sprint will not be offering service to its own version of Google's in-house-developed phone.
Digital Storm has debuted a new vertically cooled gaming rig. The PC - dubbed Black|OPS Assassin - is reportedly capable of minimizing heat buildup from a three-way SLI configuration of Nvidia's GTX 480s with minimal fan noise.
Twitter is back to normal after fixing a rather embarrassing security glitch that allowed users to forcibly add celebrity members of the popular social networking site to their "followers" list.
No, Apple's nascent Gianduia platform will not kill Flash for the masses. That is what HTML5 is for - at least according to Steve Jobs.
Nintendo has announced plans to implement advanced anti-piracy measures in its upcoming 3D handheld device to prevent the unauthorized distribution of games.
A stealthware app that is reportedly capable of silently monitoring activity on jailbroken Apple iPads has been released into the wild.
Are you ready to frag? Yes? Well, so are we - with Quake 3 on the Nexus One!
Hackers have reportedly targeted a number of websites powered by the popular WordPress platform.
Google's Android has trounced Apple's iPhone OS by capturing the coveted number-two position among smartphone operating systems.
Toyota reckons it can get the retail price of a hydrogen-fueled car below the $50,000 mark, and could launch as soon as 2015.
Dutch astronomers believe they have found a super-massive black hole that's recoiling out of its galaxy at high speed.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has decided that movie companies should be allowed to switch off features of consumers' televisions in their own homes.
Showing extraordinary devotion to duty, a German researcher has offered his arm up to a robot with a kitchen knife in order to help develop better safety systems.
Super-fast wireless video could get a touch more straightforward, with the launch of a new chipset from SiBeam which combines both the WirelessHD and WiGig specifications.
Russia and Italy have agreed to build a new fusion reactor outside Moscow that they hope could become the first to achieve ignition - the point where a fusion reaction becomes self-sustaining instead of requiring a constant input of energy.