An outraged Verizon employee known as "Wade" recently announced that he was "drawing a line in the sand" against unqualified "criminals" masquerading as security researchers.
Sir Clive Sinclair, 400 years old and inventor of the ZX Spectrum, marrying Angie Bowness, 33 years old and blonde. Geezers self-combusting across Internets.
Panasonic has just added DivX's new top-of-the-line "Plus" certification. The 3D player is the first in the world to do so.
Unveiled as "the first in a whole new generation of navigation devices," TomTom today announced its Go Live 1000 GPS unit, the first from the company to sport a capacitive touchscreen display.
Nokia, the company that produces more phones per year than any other company, has just revealed its latest device, one that carries its biggest price tag in over 3 years.
Rhapsody has stolen a march on the competition with the launch of a new version of its iPhone app adding offline playback.
A team of researchers from Japan and Michigan Technological University has built a massively parallel molecular computer.
Joseph McCarthy may be long dead, but his Cold War era scare tactics - namely fear and intimidation - seem to be alive and well in the sunny State of California.
The US military has apparently lost contact with an experimental hypersonic vehicle over the Pacific Ocean.
Chip expert and analyst David Kanter has warned that cloud computing poses "definite" security risks for both corporations and individual end users.
McAfee has said it plans to reimburse users for any costs they incurred to fix their computers after a glitchy security update crashed tens of thousands of machines across the country.
Sex ads on Craigslist provide about a third of the company's revenue, which will bring in $36 million to the simplistic online bulletin board. That's a problem for at least one attorney general.
Motion-sensitive controllers are beginning to dominate the console gaming market, and now HP is bringing the craze to the PC with its own branded gaming controller.
A Google software engineer has discovered another privacy hole in Facebook - and illustrated it by publishing a list of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's planned public events.
Do you like to watch scantily clad women in bikinis sexily frolicking on a pristine beach? Well, yes, who doesn't?
US Senator Charles "Chuck" Schumer has harshly criticized Facebook's recent decision to share private information with third-party websites.
Steve Jobs, where are you!? A nefarious virus has targeted users of your magical, shiny and overpriced Apple iPads.
The restless masses - which are clearly growing tired of Apple's notoriously closed iPhone ecosystem - have helped boost Android's Market past the 50K app mark.
Intel is reportedly poised to launch its next-generation of Atom-based processors.
AMD has expanded its ATI FirePro lineup with the introduction of five new graphics cards: the V7800, V5800, V4800, V3800 and 2460 (Multi-View).
The Supreme Court has agreed to reevaluate whether playing violent games is a constitutional right of the under-eighteens.
Sony has upgraded its Playstation 3 console with a 40nm RSX graphics chip.
RIM has introduced two new Blackberry smartphones: the classic Bold 9650 and compact Pearl 3G.
Sharp, Panasonic, Fujitsu and NEC are planning to develop a standardized software platform for their cellphones.
A German team has developed software that lets drivers steer simply by looking in the direction they want to go.
They say strangers are just friends you haven't met yet - but it's not a view Stephen Hawking shares. In a new documentary series for the Discovery channel, he suggests that we should be avoiding making contact with aliens at all costs.
WHOI scientists have discovered a group of giant asphalt domes under the sea off Santa Barbara, California.
Who uses 3.5-inch floppy disks anymore? No one. So it is a mainly symbolic announcement that Sony will no longer be producing the disks in Japan, officially putting the last death knell on the format.
Twitter is starting to go on a mobile acquisition binge, as for the second time in one month it has bought out a start-up developer that specializes in mobile messaging.
Seemingly not satisfied with its top spot in the free streaming video market, Youtube is beginning to experiment with pay-per-view streaming movie rentals, offering full-length motion pictures starting at $1.99.
Claiming that it has competing a security investigation on the ramifications of iPads inside the country, Israel will no longer confiscate the device from citizens who have "smuggled" one in.
There are apparently three constants in the lives of modern men and women: death, taxes and porn. Well, hopefully not in that order.
The credit card numbers of at least four Blippy customers appear to have found their way onto the fast-moving lanes of the information super-highway.
Jerry Shen has confirmed that Asustek will officially debut its Tegra-powered EEE Pad tablet PC at Computex 2010 in June.
Google is reportedly preparing to enable Wi-Fi 802.11n on its flagship Android-based Nexus One smartphone.
Japanese scientists are preparing to develop "mind-reading" robots and consumer electronics that can be controlled by thought.
Barnes & Noble has added a range of new features in its Nook 1.3 software, now beaming its way to wifi-connected e-readers.
The Hubble Space Telescope celebrates its 20th birthday today with the release of another photo that could come straight from the cover of a 1970s prog rock album.
A Florida modeling website has pleaded guilty to child pornography charges for obscene pictures which netted the company over $1 million.
Save the whale, and it'll save you too, say Australian scientists, by recycling iron in the ocean through its poo.
Skype's European director of government and regulatory affairs Jean-Jacques Sahel has hit out at mobile operators for jeopardising net neutrality through greed.
The oceans are acidifying more quickly than at any time in hundreds of thousands of years, the National Research Council has reported to Congress.