One of the eerier, more big brotherish bits of tech on display at this year’s CES in Las Vegas was a "specimen" ID card from Samsung combining both RFID and OLED to produce biometric video of one’s floating, unsmiling head from all angles.
Mozilla's recently introduced Firefox 3.6 release candidate (RC) has scored 94 out of 100 on the popular Acid 3 test.
There are some benchmarks. Or some Powerpoint slides. As TG Daily reported earlier, Nvidia flew in a gaggle of European journalists just when CES was all done and dusted, to brief them on Fermi, expected to be formally announced on Sunday week, January 17.
Apple is reportedly preparing to launch its next-gen, dual-core 4G iPhone in April 2010.
Google has upgraded its free, cloud-based Docs suite by supporting "all file types" and increasing maximum upload limits to 250MB.
I'm a recent convert to Facebook and was invited to join Mafia Wars - an online game - by one of my pals on the social networking site.
High-level Sony executive Shuhei Yoshida recently told Play3 that the future Playstation 4 will use optical storage discs such as Blu-ray for its game library.
They say that after roses, roses there come thorns, thorns. And that's certainly been the case with Google's Nexus One experience.
Iranian hackers brought down Baidu, China's biggest search engine, this morning, and battle ensued - but nobody has any idea why.
A document obtained by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) using Freedom of Information Act laws, clearly demonstrates that scanners used at US airports will store and transmit passenger images.
Google and Intel are working on internet dashboards for drivers - and are already getting flak from road safety organisations.
The rumors that Twitter is hoping to actually start making a profit from its service look to be true, with the company advertising for staff devoted to generating revenue.
A study published in the American Heart Association journal Circulation suggests that watching TV - or sitting in front of a PC for that matter - can increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke by a staggering 80 percent.
Steve Jobs, sometimes called the Blessed Steve Jobs or Saint Jobs of Cupertino, has had the blessings of God bestowed upon all his works and trumps.
Coming into the CES show Apple had a near lock on the news with speculation about their coming iSlate and just as the show started Google launched their Nexus One which looked like it might steal the show much as the iPhone did two years ago.
Someday everyone will broadcast their colonoscopies on the Internets friend a serial killer on Facebook.
An interesting rumor reached the ever alert ears of TG Daily's hacks on the CES showroom floor last week, with word that Apple has snapped up all available supply of 10.1-inch multi-touch display LCD and OLED screens for its upcoming tablet.
The worst kept secret in Vegas is currently underway in the MGM Grand as Nvidia flew in a select group of hacks just as the rest of us journos jetted off home from the scintillating city of sin.
A number of Google Nexus One users have reported trouble connecting to T-Mobile's 3G network.
It's not the end of the decade yet but the American Dialect Society has decided that for it the word of the decade - that hasn't yet finished yet - is Google.
An interview on French TV with an executive from Orange appears to have let the Apple Tablet cat out of the bag.
A man suing British Airways over an alleged aircraft accident at London City Airport on February 13 2009 is claiming that because of it he lost his job at Microsoft.
The runaway success of Apple's iPhone and of Google's Android OS tells a story that handset vendors don't really want to hear.
In its latest attempt to show us just how much it cares about our welfare, McDonalds is to carry out a three-year study into methane emissions from cattle.
Opinion That sound you can hear is climate scientists desperately scraping the bottom of the barrel in a failed bid to maintain the credibility of AGW.
RCA is launching a charger which works on thin air, by drawing its power from Wifi signals.
When in Vegas, it’s always nice to come across a friendly face, which is why TG Daily was delighted to find Roxxxy the sex robot at the Adult Entertainment Expo this weekend, slumped on a couch looking a little fatigued from all the action.
Despite his powerful gift of the gab, Nvidia’s Roy Taylor fell just short of winning CES’s prestigious “Last Gadget Standing” award for the firm’s sleek looking Tegra Tablet on Friday, as D-Link’s Boxee Box and Showwx’s Laser Pico Projector took joint first place.
CES wasn’t the only show brimming over with 3D announcements this past week, with the Adult Entertainment Expo also bursting out of the box to bring 3D content into people’s living rooms, albeit in a slightly different shade of blue than James Cameron’s Avatar.
LG representative Axel Voosen told TG Daily it will take engineers at least three years to design fully functional 3D-capable displays that do not require viewers to wear a special pair of glasses.
Adult film star Ron Jeremy has claimed that violent video games pose more of a danger to children than pornography.
Capcom offered TG Daily a sneak peek of the latest Lost Planet 2 build at a special CES 2010 demo held in the swanky Planet Hollywood hotel.
There seems to be something awry at Google. All you need to do is navigate over here and you'll see what.
MSI has introduced a motherboard that allows gamers to simultaneously run multiple GPUs from different companies.
Covering CES can certainly be challenging enough without having to worry about staying online for more than three minutes at a time.
Cyberlink is showcasing its 3D Blu-ray platform at CES 2010.
Ars Technica has an interesting take on the Google Nexus - Microsoft apparently thinks that offering a phone will dent the Android push.
You would think that any Consumer Electronics show would have decent Wifi, and perhaps a proper press lounge or two, but the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this year has neither.
Memory firm Kingston Technology said it has started shipping 24GB DDR3 memory kits.
UK company Light Blue Optics (LBO) has launched an interactive projector that turns any flat surface into a 10 inch touch screen.
It took Intel CEO Paul Otellini only about a minute to mention Moore’s Law in his CES keynote on Thursday, remarking that the ‘law’ was “not a law of nature, but a law that reflects human inventiveness.”