Opera has officially asked Apple to approve its Mini browser for the iPhone. But what are the chances of Club Cupertino giving a thumbs up to a competing application?
Bill Gates (yes, really) and Toshiba are reported to be building a next-generation nuclear reactor.
3D is everywhere these days - even in the Nintendo DS. The company says it's planning a 3D version of its handheld console within a year.
Just a couple years ago, mobile phone games hardly made a blip on the radar, but the amount of the video game pie that the iPhone is getting has increased five-fold in the span of just one year.
More people are seriously considering buying an iPad within the next 3 months than any other e-reader device, but not by much. While 15% are planning on buying an iPad, 14% say they want a Kindle.
"Now boarding Virgin Galactic flight 1 with nonstop service to outer space"
Bigger is always better when it comes to flash media cards, and Sandisk has begun shipping the highest-capacity microSD cards ever. 32 GB can now fit on your fingertip.
BitDefender has acknowledged that its anti-virus software update may have caused the crash of an unspecified number of 64-bit Windows machines.
Is your gaming console powered by a Mali-based GPU? No? Well, perhaps one day it will be.
Google has launched an open source scanner that allows web app developers to probe nascent applications for security vulnerabilities.
Amazon has unwrapped a special edition of its Kindle e-book shop and reader application for Apple's long-awaited iPad.
Following persistent concern over privacy, Google is working on a plug-in allowing users to opt out of having their activity monitored by Google Analytics.
A white roof reflects heat and cools a building; a dark one absorbs it. But until now there hasn't been a material that could do both.
Cold fusion is widely regarded as being just about as practical a technology as a perpetual motion machine or the Philosopher's Stone.
The first new installment of Final Fantasy on the Playstation 3 has sold one million copies in the US in just a week, becoming the quickest in series history to reach that mark.
Google's aggregated Google News site draws more traffic to news outlets than any other online source, but users who track news on Facebook are more likely to revisit those news sites.
Shigeru Miyamoto, the man responsible for creating Mario, says his next big project is getting people to use the Nintendo Wii as an educational tool.
Ahead of next week's CTIA Wireless show, the annual event put together by the mobile phone trade group, Verizon has confirmed that it is on track to bring its next-gen mobile network to the US next year.
A recent study conducted by mobile research company Flurry Analytics has found that 44 percent of apps currently being tested for the Apple iPad fall into the crowded games category.
It's raining free Skype WiFi this weekend. Around the world. The whole freakin' wide world. Freakin' free!
A Microsoft kernel expert has proposed that developers "rethink" the basic architecture of current operating systems to fully exploit the benefits of multicore chips.
Blackberry Leaks has obtained a number of images that appear to depict an unknown device running OS 6.0.
NComputing has introduced a $20 "ambidextrous" System-On-Chip (SoC) that is expected to bring advanced virtualization capabilities to multiple mobile-based platforms.
An intrepid developer has managed to successfully unlock Microsoft's recently released Windows Phone 7 emulator.
Once upon a time there was a little 8-bit computer called a Commodore64. It was the biggest selling computer of 1982. It played very cool games. It didn't live happily ever after so, it's baaaack!
Opera says it's more than doubled its browser downloads following Microsoft's forced introduction of the Choice Screen in Europe.
The large Hadron Collider (LHC) has set a new record, accelerating particles to the highest speed yet.
We could soon all be strolling past the checkout with a cartful of goods, thanks to the development of new, printable, nano-based RFID tags.
An invisibility cloak is one step closer to reality, with a group of German and British scientists reporting that they've successfully created a prototype that works in three dimensions.