Students at the University of Michigan, with the help of Ford, have created a series of applications designed to be used in a car.
A new space technology project will deliver near-real-time video, sensors and assessment results worldwide in the wake of natural disasters.
The majority of social network users are posting risky information, according to Consumer Reports' latest survey.
Twitter will today launch a new feature allowing tweets to be embedded within documents.
Using a CSIRO radio telescope, astronomers have caught an enormous cloud of cosmic gas and dust in the process of collapsing in on itself. They hope the discovery could help establish how massive stars form.
Google - one of the largest consumers of power in the world - is to invest for the first time in renewable energy with the purchase of a stake in two North Dakota wind farms.
The Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice are considering investigating Apple over anti-trust concerns relating to mobile devices - they just need to decide which of them will handle the investigation.
Connecticut's Attorney General has slapped a subpoena on classified ad site Craigslist, suggesting it may be profiting from prostitution.
There was a time not long ago when Internet Explorer commanded 96% of the browser market, but its numbers have been steadily dropping and now it's approaching territory that should make Microsoft genuinely worried.
The sequel to one of the most popular RTS games of all time has finally been slated with a release date, triggering countdown clocks at PC gamer homes across the country.
A recent study conducted by IDC estimates that the global volume of digital data increased by 62% between 2008 and 2009 to approximately 800,000 petabytes (PB).
The paranoid Parental Television Council (PTC) has launched a misguided campaign to eradicate porn from the Android Market.
IBM has introduced a "serious game" designed to help companies solve their "real-world" business, environmental and logistical problems.
Nvidia's chief scientist has claimed that Moore's law is no longer applicable to the silicon world of CPUs.
The Android-powered Aigo tablet boasts a 1GHz ARM Cortex A9 processor and features Nvidia's Tegra 2 graphics chipset. But does the Aigo have what it takes to be an Apple iPad killer?
Sometimes it seems as if everyone is a critic - and Roger Ebert is certainly one of the most recognizable names in America's lucrative entertainment business.
Google’s Chrome increased its browser market share by 0.6 percentage points in April to 6.7%, while Microsoft’s Internet Explorer fell 0.7 points to 59.95%.
A severe shortage of IPv4 addresses has reportedly "raised the specter" of companies eventually being forced to obtain an address from the nascent IPv4 black market.
Microsoft is poised to launch its Halo Reach multiplayer beta for the Xbox 360.
Apple has managed to sell over one million "magical" and shiny iPads after just 28 days on the market.
Last year, fewer than 5 million TV sets shipped in the US had Wi-Fi connectivity features. That number is set to grow to over 60 million units in the next 4 years, according to a new report from In-Stat.
"More than three years ago, we set out to completely change the way people use their desktops." That's the mission statement from a start-up company that received the ultimate dream: a buyout from Google.
The International Game Developers Association (IGDA) has harshly criticized California's controversial video game law which is expected to be debated before the US Supreme Court this fall.
A member of the iPhone Dev Team known as "MuscleNerd" has successfully jailbroken Apple’s iPad 3G.
LG's patent infringement lawsuit against Taiwan-based AU Optronics took an unexpected turn, as the final ruling not only found no fault against AU but in fact found AU as the victim, and now LG is the guilty party.
Carol Bartz, who is my favorite person in the whole world for the next three minutes, thinks Google's kind of one dimensional. Oooh, burn!
Poor Intel! LG has reportedly cancelled development of its nascent, Moorestown-powered GW990 smartphone.
A Microsoft spokesperson has weighed in on the latest Apple-Adobe spat by dubbing HTML5 the "future" of the web.
Activision studio Treyarch has announced that the next installment of the popular Call of Duty franchise will carry the name and rank of Black Ops when it is released on November 9.
Kevin Lynch has confirmed that Adobe will launch its Flash Player (10.1) for Android smartphones in June.
Opera is aiming to strengthen its mobile email offering by taking over FastMail, an Australian email provider.
Avatar director James Cameron has persuaded NASA to let him help design a high-resolution 3D camera for the next Mars Rover.
Microsoft has unceremoniously cancelled development of its folding, two-screen prototype tablet known as Courier.
Canonical has officially released the latest iteration of its popular Ubuntu Linux.
An angry 16-year-old boy in Chile has been charged with killing his older brother over a Playstation console.
Sony is planning to unveil a new lineup of home entertainment devices that will be powered by Intel processors and Google-coded software.
MSI is reportedly planning to launch a number of Android and Windows 7 tablet devices at Computex in June.
Amazon has confirmed that its upcoming Kindle software update will allow users to share book passages with friends on Facebook and Twitter "directly" from the device.
Steve Jobs has penned a rather extensive open letter explaining why Apple does not support Flash on its mobile handheld devices.
A group of Playstation 3 users have decided they aren't going to take Sony's decision to drop Linux support lying down. A class action suit has been launched against the company accusing it of unfair and deceptive business practice and breach of contract.
The US is still the world's worst spam offender, with 13.1 percent of the lovely stuff being relayed through the country.
A rock commonly found on Mars could, against expectations, preserve fossils, raising hopes that evidence of life on Mars may one day be found.