More details have emerged of Microsoft's Project Pink phone - and it looks like it won't support Windows Phone 7.
The most widely used software encryption technique has a major weakness, University of Michigan computer scientists have discovered.
Vast amounts of methane are bubbling up from the East Siberian sea, raising fears of a massive hike in global warming.
Invitees to the wedding of a German couple had better be good at games - if not, they won't make it to the church on time.
Apple's latest move in its big App Store spring clean is to get rid of Wifi scanning applications.
A major international study has found overwhelming evidence that a massive asteroid impact in did indeed wipe out the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.
One would usually expect a news article beginning with the words “North Korea has reportedly developed its own…” to end with something of a nuclear bang, but while potentially explosive, this particular bit of news can only really harm Microsoft.
Google has officially introduced an advanced auto-caption feature for all YouTube users.
Sony is reportedly preparing to challenge Apple with a new line of handheld products, including a smartphone capable of running Playstation games.
Western Digital has begun shipping a new line of high performance, 2.5-inch solid state drives (SSDs).
Google's VP of Global Ad Operations has claimed that desktops will become "irrelevant" in just three years time.
Researchers from the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University asked a representative sample of 486 18- to 96-year-olds what the term meant to them.
In a move which surely smacks of just a touch of desperation, the Department of Homeland Security is asking Joe Public how to best raise awareness of the importance of cybersecurity.
China plans to launch the first module of its planned space station next year.
Google has released a new application that lets Android users search their phone by scrawling on the screen with a finger.
A new award from the National Center for Science Education aims to honor the year's most stupid creationist.
The first gamer to pitch a perfect game in 2K Sports' Major League Baseball 2K10 video game will win a grand prize of one million dollars. The creative firm hired to develop the contest claims it is the largest contest prize in video game history.
Lady Gaga may rave about disco sticks, but here at TG, we’re much more into our dongles, and this particular porn detection dongle has caught our eye.
Atari has confirmed that its long-awaited Test Drive Unlimited 2 will be a Massively Open Online Racing (MOOR) game.
Engineers at Lockheed Martin have successfully completed fabrication of the world's largest heat shield.
An accused ATM skimmer swallowed a Kingston flash drive during a federal raid in a desperate attempt to destroy potentially incriminating evidence.
Spending hours glued to the television or PC damages childrens' relationships with their friends and parents, according to a new study.
When an air traffic controller's son had the day off school, he was brought to work - into the control tower at one of the busiest airports in the world. The FAA is now investigating.
A Swedish professor has invented a disposable toilet that turns human waste into fertiliser.
After the president and co-founder of Call of Duty's development studio were fired yesterday, Activision has created a new business unit to handle the hotly successful first-person shooter franchise.
Microsoft and Carnegie Mellon University are working on a gadget that turns the user's arm into a touchscreen display.
The Aurora attacks on Google which prompted it to threaten to pull out of China were carried out by a bunch of amateurs, according to security firm Damballa.
Sprint announced on Tuesday that it will cut service to all 86,000 of its Virgin Mobile customers who are currently on a contractual service plan. It is part of Sprint's restructuring of its newly-acquired prepaid mobile arm.
Crytek has confirmed that it will be showcasing its next-generation CryENGINE in stereoscopic 3D (S-3D) at GDC 2010.
Word is that Steve Jobs has hired a writer to do his biography.
Typically, this is something someone does towards the end of their life and can take one of several forms.
The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has indicted four individuals who allegedly made more than $25 million by fraudulently acquiring and reselling over 1.5 million entertainment tickets.