Japanese games were once synonymous with breathtaking graphics, superior AI and immersive virtual environments.
But those days have passed into distant memory.
Will Android-based smartphones such as the HTC Incredible crush Apple's next-gen iPhone (4G) in the perpetual battle for mobile dominance?
A Chinese-based company has introduced an Android-powered iPad clone that can be purchased for as little as $130-$198.
Thoughtcrime Labs and The Institute For Disruptive Studies have launched an anonymizing proxy service to protect users from the Lidless Eye of Big Brother Google.
Apple is reportedly planning to use an internally designed application processor (AP) in its next-gen 4G iPhone.
Scientists have developed a brain implant that melts into place, fitting to the brain's surface like shrink-wrap.
The scandal over the Pennsylvania school accused of taking unauthorized pictures of students via their laptops shows no sign of abating.
Lunar explorers may have another hazard to contend with - new calculations by NASA's Lunar Science Institute team indicate that the moon's polar craters may be charged to hundreds of volts.
Icelandic volcano ends air travel. Norway being run with an iPad out of Madrid airport. Steve Jobs to shift more continental plates.
Pictures of Dell's upcoming Streak tablet lineup were outed and hit the 'Net early this Friday afternoon.
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen has confirmed that Flash 10.1 will be available on a number of mobile operating systems - including Google's Android - by the second half of 2010.
Move over Intel! Yes, Apple is reportedly negotiating with AMD over the adoption of alternative processors for future Mac products.
A talented team of veteran hackers has managed to successfully jailbreak Apple's iPhone OS 4.0 Beta 1.
Smoke 'em if you got 'em! And who has them? Well, not us, obviously. But a child of four in Britain does.
The IT department at Princeton University has reportedly managed to isolate the cause of the iPad's troubling WiFi woes.
Hackers have been attempting to exploit an unpatched hole in Adobe Reader's PDF document format using a variant of the infamous Zeus bot.
Hardware is making a comeback. It's good for the economy. It's good for us. Might not be so good for Apple.
Thousands of British gamers no longer have an immortal soul - they've signed it over to games retailer GameStation in return for a few hours' play.
Samsung has issued a detailed warning about the dangers of watching its 3D televisions, saying the technology can give viewers epileptic seizures and strokes.
Half the heat believed to have built up on Earth in recent years can't be accounted for.
Social networking. Check. Layoffs. Check. Hot CEO. Uncheck. $750 million valuation. Check. Making money. Uhm.
It seems that wind turbines change how heat dissipates in the areas downwind of them, because they slow the wind as it spins their propellers. Once one begins to think about it, this domino effect makes perfect sense.
Microsoft makes billions. The kids who make its mouse? 52 cents an hour, according to a report published by the International Labor Committee.
Movie companies and recording companies are calling for spyware to be installed on all computers to detect and delete pirated material.
Oracle has issued an emergency patch to seal a critical Java vulnerability that allowed hackers to install malicious software on Windows-based systems.
The State of Israel has officially banned Apple's "magical" iPad from entering the country. But why?
A new type of malware is humiliating porn-lovers in Japan by publishing their web history online and then blackmailing them.
Senior Intel fellow Kevin Kahn has predicted that Light Peak technology could eventually replace USB (3) as the industry standard.
British scientists reckon they've identified the largest comet yet, using data from the ESA/NASA Ulysses spacecraft to measure the region of space disturbed by the its presence.
Einstein famously said that no amount of experimentation would prove him right. But two new studies have backed up his General Theory of Relativity, and one significantly undermines a rival theory.