Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has acknowledged the popular social networking site "missed the mark" by introducing overly "complex" privacy controls.
After Google’s successful I/O show last week new voices claim it as the new anti-Apple or a new Microsoft.
Forget the clunky Nook! Yes, Pandigitial has introduced a sleek, 7-inch multimedia eReader priced at a cool $200.
Three hackers have managed to successfully root the HTC Evo 4G 11 days before the smartphone's official release date.
Are you tired of lugging around a heavy laptop that offers sub-par performance and an all-too short battery life?
Seagate has debuted a 2.5-inch laptop PC hard drive that combines SSD-like performance with the capacity and price points of traditional HDDs.
A new app aims to fix one of the most annoying features of the web - unwanted mentions of Justin Bieber.
A deep-sea worm that fires luminous bombs and a snigger-worthy fungus are among the top ten new species for 2009 picked by the International Institute for Species Exploration at Arizona State University and an international committee of taxonomists.
Someone in the merchandising team at 6pm.com has a red face this morning - on Friday, the internet retailer mistakenly priced almost all its products at $49.99.
The Earth may be about to move into a million-degree cloud of interstellar gas, according to Polish and US scientists.
Here's a change of the tides - Square Enix, which decided to turn the PS3-exclusive Final Fantasy XIII into a multiplatform game, has now placed an Xbox 360 exclusive on the PS3.
Aoson has introduced a versatile MID that is capable of running 8 operating systems without modding, hacking, rooting or jailbreaking.
Video game characters aren't usually known for their awe-inspiring fashion. And when you think of sexy lingerie, do video games come to mind? Well, maybe they should.
2K Games has recruited Nvidia's PhysX technology for its gritty, film-noir Mafia II video game.
A handful of first-party PS3 games will be the first to incorporate the new stereoscopic 3D standard, and gamers should be happy to know that those 3D updates won't cost a thing.
The US CPSC puts customers of HP and Compaq notebooks on notice adding to 70,000 batteries previously recalled last May.
We're tingling for a new app on iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and Symbian devices.
Most retailers cheer at the sight of cash for purchases, because they don't have to pay any of the fees associated with a credit card transaction. But apparently US currency just wasn't good enough for Apple, until recently.
If there was any doubt as to whether or not 3D was the viable new medium, the questions are now answered - a 3D porn movie is already in the works.
Google today announced that its acquisition of leading mobile advertising firm Admob has been approved by the Federal Trade Commission, but some opponents of the deal disapprove of the FTC decision.
Are you tired of getting too many dropped calls on your iPhone? Well, you better just suck it up because soon, if you wanna cancel your wireless contract it's gonna set you back hundreds of dollars.
Changes are coming rapidly to NASA, and the future of the United States' dedication and capability to mount manned space missions are increasingly in question.
HTC has assured its eager fanbois that the long-awaited Evo 4G will be upgraded to Froyo Android 2.2 during the second half of 2010.
Google is celebrating Pac-Man's 30th birthday by offering web surfers access to a free version of the classic title.
An employee of Foxconn Technology has committed suicide by jumping off a four-story building. The latest death marks the eighth Foxconn suicide this year.
The US Air Force is preparing the unmanned X-51A WaveRider for its first hypersonic flight on Tuesday, May 25.
The passengers on Oceanic flight 815 should have gone straight to hell, but they only made it to syndication.
Eken has debuted an Android-based tablet that is powered by a 600 MHz Rockchip 2808A processor, 128MB of RAM and a 8-inch TFT touch-screen (800 x 480).
A team of security researchers at the University of Calgary are warning of a potential menace known as Typhoid adware.
Like the majority of large traditional technology companies, Microsoft generally uses its patent portfolio defensively rather than offensively.
The Dalai Lama is to hold his first Twitter conversation today, bringing spiritual sustenance to Buddhists in China in 140 characters or fewer.
Be very, very careful next time you make that trek to the Antipodes - Australian Customs officials have been given the right to search incoming passengers' laptops and cellphones for pornography.
In what is being hailed as the greatest scientific breakthrough in a generation, researchers have created the first artificial living cell.
It's an iconic scene: Carrie Bradshaw, Sarah Jessica Parker's character in Sex and the City, sitting at her Mac computer and typing away her daily insights. Well, guess what? That Mac is now a PC.
Steve Jobs can't innovate everything. Okay, maybe he can, but that would make him a deity. Only Oprah has that kind of power.
Adobe has taken a great leap forward into the mobile space with the release of Flash 10.1.
Google has debuted its long-awaited Android 2.2 (Froyo) operating system for mobile devices.
Kevin Costner may be too old to dance with the wolves, but he is apparently young enough to help clean up a disastrous oil spill off the Louisiana coast.
Nvidia's sleek, dual-core Tegra 2 prototype tablet has taken center stage at Google's I/O conference.
Everybody Draw Muhammad Day. Pakistan bans YouTube and Facebook. Reviews of Four Lions. Death to us!
Is Google's VP8 codec ready for prime time? Well, not according to digital video expert Jason Garrett-Glaser, who described the spec as slow, buggy and nearly identical to H.264.
A team of Japanese engineers have developed a new generation of NAND flash memory whose drive voltage is as low as 1V.