Wired is on the iPad. So what? iPadifying your publication just cheapens a product that has difficulty staying relevant.
The sleek X-51A WaveRider managed to achieve a top speed of Mach 5 at an altitude of 70,000 feet during a recent test flight by the US Air Force.
A security researcher has claimed that Apple's iPhone fails to adequately protect user data from unauthorized access.
Marvell and One Laptop per Child (OLPC) have teamed up to design a new family of low cost ($75), next-gen tablets that will be capable of operating on just a single watt of power.
The new stereoscopic 3D home standard is not just heading to your TV, it's also making its way to the PC market. And analysts predict that as many as 75 million 3D PCs will be sold in the next 4 years.
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has helped solve two forty-year-old mysteries and delivered new information about climate change on Mars.
One in six cellphone users has been hit with an unexpected bill that didn't reflect their monthly service plan, according to a report produced by the Federal Communications Commission.
The Times Square car bomber was aided in his attempt by the fact that he was wearing shoes, leading to a call from two US senators to make people register before buying footwear.
In a sort of giant Sim game, scientists are planning to use some of the world's largest supercomputers to simulate all life on Earth, including the financial system, economies and whole societies.
Facebook has revealed the outcome of all those secret meetings over the last couple of weeks - new privacy controls. Now, there's a surprise.
UC Irvine researchers have created a retina from human embryonic stem cells, the first time they've been used to create a three-dimensional tissue structure.
Ohio's state legislature today passed a bill that carves out a new law for under-18 individuals who share nude pictures of themselves with other minors. It will allow them to be charged with something other than child pornography.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang is confident that Intel's recently introduced Moorestown processor will pose little threat to his Tegra SoC.
A Bulgarian mobile phone service company has banned a number from its systems after everyone - yes, everyone - to whom it assigned the number ended up dead.
A team of Japanese researchers has created a material that could be used to manufacture a low-price "super disc" with a capacity of 25 terabytes.
Intel has officially confirmed that it will not be bringing a discrete graphics product - such as the Larrabee GPGPU - to market.
Lockheed Martin is developing a rifle-scope attachment that will allow soldiers to accurately view targets at varying distances without changing scopes or decreasing optical resolution.
Sony has designed a "rollable" OTFT-driven OLED display that is small enough to be wrapped around a pencil.
Google is promoting a browser add-on tool designed to block data collection from its own Analytics platform.
Dell just announced their Streak Smartphone/Tablet and, as I wrote before, I’ve been using an early prototype since the beginning of the year.
A scientist at the University of Reading says he's become the first person in the world to be infected by a computer virus.
Twitter is banning third-party ads, saying it's all about preserving the site's integrity. So not about the money at all.
Worldwide sales of PCs are rocketing, according to Gartner, and it's consumers rather than businesses that are doing the buying.
NASA is working on new satellite-aided search and rescue technology that will make it quicker to find people in distress.
Never, ever apply for a job at RescueTime. They're hard taskmasters.
Very quickly after announcing an extended partnership with Nokia, Yahoo has further expanded its presence in the mobile market by acquiring Koprol, a social networking start-up based in Indonesia.
Although Motorola's Droid continues to sell very well, the mobile phone maker has plans to roll out a successor to the device soon, code-named "Shadow."
This is the best time to buy electronic goods, if price is all you care about.
A report published by the US Department of Interior has alleged that certain staff members tasked with overseeing offshore drilling routinely watched porn on government computers and smoked crystal methamphetamine.
LG Display is currently showcasing a sleek, 47-inch 3D LCD television in Seattle, along with a host of next-gen panels.
Hipsters in mass suicide pact upon realization that Apple products will be used by people wearing sweats and shopping at, uhm, Walmart.
Google has released a stable version of its popular Chrome browser for Mac OS X and Linux platforms.
The US Army and Lockheed Martin recently tested an automated convoy vehicle designed to protect soldiers from ambushes and improvised explosive device (IED) attacks.
The undisputed success of Apple and Google in the portable device market has apparently prompted Microsoft to plan "major organizational changes" in the division responsible for Windows Phone, Zune HD and the Xbox 360.