Google's Buzz is yet another product that gets thrown out by Google, and takes the Internets by storm only to fall short. Or does it? No one really knows how well Google does outside of search. It ain't no Microsoft or Facebook or Yahoo so, who is it?
The components powering Apple's overhyped iPad tablet reportedly cost Club Cupertino as little as $219.35.
As if predictive text wasn't bad enough, an Israeli company has launched a totally predictive interface for Android phones.
An Insight Media analyst has predicted that video game studios will likely release up to 25 stereoscopic 3D (enabled) console titles in 2010.
NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker has created a bit of a hullabaloo by seemingly lying to congress about his role in forcing online streaming service, Hulu, to block open source media center Boxee.
Facebook seems to get the blame for almost anything these days, and the case of 16 year old Aneesh Shukla who used the social not-working site to invite all his friends over for a wild party while his parents were away is no exception.
Microsoft has vehemently rebuffed claims that its Windows 7 operating system is responsible for causing the alleged and rapid degradation of notebook batteries.
Amazon's recent acquisition of multitouch screen company Touchco hints that the Seattle-based corporation has big plans for its next-generation Kindle.
A case started in a California district court on behalf of some of the relatives who died when an Air France flight 447 from Rio de Janeiro to Paris crashed into the Atlantic Ocean on June 1 2009.
A recent FCC inquiry has apparently prompted Google to slash its Nexus One early termination fee (ETF) from $350 to $150.
Meanwhile, a $250 fee for existing T-Mobile customers upgrading to the smartphone was lowered to $50.
The British Library is promising 65,000 free e-books this spring, which means you no longer have any excuse for your ignorance of the classics.
Samsung has licensed a new pressure-sensitive touch-screen technology that relies on quantum physics.
The superbowl may be over, but perhaps even more brutal than the post-game analysis is the commentary over the ads which played almost as big a part as the whole ball-ing drama itself.
Google is apparently planning to challenge Facebook by rolling out a new feature that will allow Gmail users to easily view and set detailed social status updates.
Would you buy a first-generation Apple iPad that refuses to offer support for either Flash or multitasking? No? Well, you are not alone.
Intel kicked off its Itanium presentation today by saying the Itanium's system revenue since the introduction of 2001 has crossed the $5 billion mark. That outsells total sales of AMD's Opterons.
Microsoft has reportedly decided to emulate Apple and eliminate multitasking support in its upcoming Windows Mobile 7 operating system.
You'd think from the barrage of publicity that the only two microprocessor companies in the world were Intel and AMD.
The overhyped Fable II was a huge disappointment for many gamers, but Fable III may be even worse.
China has shown just how much it hates hackers with the arrest of three people who were making hacking tools available online.
You can add a daily pint of beer to your health-giving glass of red wine. A new study has found that it's brilliant for increasing bone density and warding off osteoporosis, especially in women. Hic!
Google has confirmed that it is working on a technology to allow real-time language translation on the phone.
Next time somebody compliments you on your youthful good looks, don't give your moisturizer the credit - it doesn't work, and you're really not worth it.
IBM has developed the world's fastest graphene transistor, which outperforms traditional silicon.
Space is the final frontier. We haven't lived up to the promise of the 1950s and 60s, the heyday of the space race but we still carry with us dreams of the stars. Mike Honig, an avowed space exploration enthusiast, gives his take on the Administration's recent cost cutting impact on our integalactic future.
Just what we need in the boring old chip industry, a John LeCarre style tale of corporate espionage, intrigue and sex.
A recent TV report from Denver, Colorado station KDVR has gamers on the virtual rampage, as its hysterical sensationalism blocks out all common sense in a report which appears to deliver the message that gaming will lead to child molestation and death.
Saint Steven Jobs has been spotted in NYC hawking his overhyped iPad in the offices of the New York Times and Time Inc.
Forget Google! Microsoft has confirmed that it will soon offer Facebook users full access to its snazzy Bing search engine.
Marshall Kirkpatrick of Read Write Web has hypothesized that Facebook could eventually depose Google by becoming the world's "leading" news reader.
Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have built the world's most accurate clock.