A new site highlights Facebook's privacy failings by letting users search automatically for embarrassing posts.
Many gamers were disappointed when Sony remotely deactivated the PS3's ability to run Linux or another operating system...but what happens when the US Air Force was using that feature for important computing processes?
Google has finally admitted that its online-only availability of the Nexus One phone was a failure, and it will now bring the device to retail stores like it should have last year.
Nintendo has filed a civil lawsuit against NXPGame for allegedly selling illegal video game copiers.
Microsoft's Kin was available online on May 6th. Now, it's in Verizon's stores. A week is a year on the Internets.
A team of scientists and engineers at Raytheon are designing an advanced military robotic suit that could eventually be worn by US troops on future battlefields.
Michael Dell briefly showcased his long-awaited Streak tablet at the Citrix Synergy conference.
Is that an Android-powered smartphone in your pocket? No? Well then, what are you waiting for? Join the friggin' club!
A team says it's found ways to hack cars to disable the brakes or lock people inside.
Facebook has added two new security features. They don't do anything more to keep users' personal information safe, but they do make it harder for scammers to exploit any information they get hold of.
Researchers have created and programmed robots the size of single molecules that can move independently and even make tiny products themselves.
Nothing like tearing up a next gen iPhone, counting the bits, and watching Apple get richer. We have the cost teardown and component prices here.
A senior defense official has confirmed that cyber attacks against the United States could prompt a deadly military response.
Is Microsoft worse than Apple? Well, that may still be open to debate, but it seems as if Skype has already drawn its own conclusions.
For some people, fruit flies and a tank just aren't enough. Two Dartmouth biologists have been using whole islands in the Caribbean to investigate evolution in lizards.
A US District Court has ruled that file-sharing software supplier LimeWire has been inducing copyright infringement, in a decision that could see the end of the company.
German internet users face a 100-euro fine if they leave their wireless connection unsecured, following a ruling from the country's top criminal court.
A German UFO buff is suggesting that NASA's Voyager 2 spacecraft may have been hijacked by aliens.
Froyo, Google's next-gen Android OS, was recently tested on a Nexus One smartphone and racked up an impressive 450% speed increase over version 2.1.
Francis Ford Coppola - who directed such classic movies as Godfather and Apocalypse Now - has expressed his profound disappointment with modern 3D entertainment.
Paramount has issued a recall of its recent Blu-ray Disc release of Saving Private Ryan, with over 100,000 sold discs affected by a glitch in the film's audio.
At an event in New York City tonight, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse confirmed the price and release date for the HTC Evo, the very first phone to run on a 4G mobile data network.
Go Daddy has stepped up its efforts to counter an ongoing PHP hack attack that has affected a number of Internet hosting providers, including BlueHost, DreamHost, Media Temple and Network Solutions.
General Motors (GM) is reportedly in talks with Google to develop in-vehicle telematics that could potentially challenge Ford's Sync platform.
People who work three or more hours longer than a normal, seven-hour day have a 60% higher chance of heart disease.
Microsoft has introduced the latest iteration of its Office software. An online version of the popular suite is also available in the Cloud, allowing users to access and share data in Word, Excel and PowerPoint across a variety of platforms and mobile devices.
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.