Our entire universe may be located inside a wormhole, part of a black hole that lies within a much larger universe.
Did you think Louis Leterrier's Clash of the Titans was lackluster in 3D? Well, so did Louis Leterrier.
More than 430 aircraft on Delta's mainline fleet now are equipped to offer Wi-Fi service while passengers are above 10,000 feet in the air, and more than 1 million customers have logged onto the digital mile-high club.
Move aside, PS3-PSP Remote Play. Japanese company Hori is set to release a portable HD screen that will literally take the system on the go by connecting directly to a PS3 slim model.
A geologist has discovered a link between regular changes in the Earth's orbital cycle and changes in the climate.
I’ve been watching the feeds from folks who bought the initial wave of non-3G iPads (why you would get one of these without 3G is beyond me) and think we can come up with an initial list of things that folks will want in generation 2.
Microsoft has released a mandatory system update for its popular Xbox 360 console that offers support for external USB memory devices.
Google has kicked off a campaign to promote its redesigned Buzz social networking platform, which now boasts improved privacy features such as auto-following.
Google’s Android operating system has managed to increase its smartphone market share by a respectable 5.2 percent in just three months.
Western Digital has refreshed its VelociRaptor lineup with two new 10,000 RPM SATA hard drives.
Researchers have proposed a wind power grid linking offshore turbines along the east coast of the US as a way of smoothing out fluctuations in supply.
Astronomers have discovered a planet-like object circling a brown dwarf that appears to have formed much more quickly than was previously thought possible.
The Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) has announced a new high-capacity format, more than doubling the amount of storage capacity.
Gamers who bought the bug-inducing downloadable content (DLC) pack for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 on the Xbox 360 have been credited with 7 free days of Xbox Live Gold.
The CEO of what was once the most popular socially-driven news site has now dug himself out of the company, leaving Digg's original founder to take the spot as chief executive.
It wouldn't be a new Apple product launch without the most rigorous stress test known to man: "Will It Blend?" Blendtec's Tom Dickson sees what happens when an iPad is ground to a bunch of dust.
Microsoft will be halting support for Intel's Itanium architecture on its upcoming Windows Server, SQL Server and Visual Studio 2010 platforms.
Apple has confirmed that it will officially preview the next version of its long-awaited mobile operating system on April 8.
Dr. Dre, Jimmy Iovine and LeBron James are bringing da motherfrakkin' ruckus with a $400 pair of Red Sox Beats Dre headphones from Monster.
A number of iPad owners have reported wireless connectivity issues with their hallowed and "magical" tablet devices, including weak Wi-Fi reception, dropped signals and difficulty connecting to various routers.
A team of Japanese scientists have designed a robot that is reportedly capable of accurately laughing and smiling by mimicking human facial expressions.
An iPhone Dev Team member known as "Musclenerd" has managed to port the popular "Spirit" jailbreak to Apple’s newly launched iPad.
In the week leading up to today's iPad launch, there was no shortage of announcements from companies, TV networks, and software publishers...but the most unexpected iPad announcement came from the White House.
Computer-Choppers.com, a business that actually specializes in encompassing electronic products in pure gold, now has available an Xbox 360 wrapped in a beautiful 24-karat casing.
The world's deepest drill is currently being prepped to pierce the Earth's enigmatic mantle.
Marvel Entertainment has launched an app for the iPad that offers easy access to over 500 comic books, including Iron Man, Captain America, Spider-Man, Hulk and Thor.
Scientists at the University of South Florida (USF) have created an anomaly that could allow graphene to eventually replace silicon as the primary material in electronic devices.
Forget Flash! Yes, an intrepid team of Google engineers has managed to create an HTML5 port of Quake II that runs at over 30 frames per second (FPS).