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.
Well, that's a bit embarassing: Google has had its trademark application for 'Nexus' rejected, as a small Oregon firm already owns it.
Saturn's rings aren't as neat and tidy as they appear, new observations from NASA's Cassini spacecraft show.
Microsoft's Bing search engine took 12.5% of all search engine requests across the globe in February, a new record for the "decision engine."
Google wants you to ‘exchange’ your Microsoft Exchange software for its own Google apps, and is making it ever easier to make the switch with a new Google Apps Migration service.
Start-up app review websites need money to sustain themselves, and independent app developers need exposure. What happens when those two things mix?
In a new survey released by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), 36% of those who plan to buy a 3D TV soon say they plan to play 3D video games. That's more than double the amount of people who wanted to play HD games just a few years ago.
A firmware update planned for Spring 2010 will reportedly allow Microsoft's Xbox 360 to recognize USB mass storage devices.
A self-described electronics nerd has designed a system known as "RedEye" to remotely control his '69 Pontiac's ignition, radio and doors with an iPod Touch.
Secpoint has introduced a new "portable penetrator" that offers browser-based wireless vulnerability scanning of large networks across hundreds of IP addresses simultaneously.
General Motors (GM) is developing a HUD (Head-Up Display) system to project images generated by compact ultra violet lasers directly onto the windshield of a vehicle.
Look, we'd all like our jobs to be made a little easier. But some Spanish forensic anthropologists have a rather big request - the creation of a global database of everybody in the world.
Drivers in Austin, Texas thought their cars were possessed when their horns started honking in the middle of the night or their vehicles simply wouldn't start.
Amazon has finally launched Kindle for the Mac, filling a rather noticeable gap in the list of supported devices, and is promising a proper version for the iPad soon.
Physicists have created the largest ever quantum state, allowing an object large enough to be seen by the naked eye to be in two states at once.
There's a new phishing scam targeting Facebook users, potentially giving the scammers access to all of a user's usernames and passwords.
The ex-CEO of Circuit City (you know, the guy who has that "ex" distinction because his company went bankrupt) has gotten approval for a $350,000 bonus and will also be paid hundreds of dollars an hour for consulting work he provided in the retail chain's final days.
The first official commercial for the PS3's Playstation Move controller is now online, and it takes some pretty blatant and harsh jabs at the competing motion-sensitive technologies used by Nintendo and Microsoft.
If Panasonic's initial sales are any indication, 3D is indeed going to break into the market in a big way. The company's first shipment of 3D HDTVs has sold out.
Astronomers have discovered a gas-giant exoplanet locked into a circular orbit around its parent star.
Nvidia has posted new drivers (197.13) in response to customer reports of fan speed issues with the previous 196.75 iteration.