Cars, mobile phones and computers could be powered by their bodywork, thanks to new battery technology.
Microsoft has announced plans to ax Xbox Live for the original, eight-year-old Xbox in April.
Apple has told developers that they cannot use location-based services to deliver advertisements to the iPhone, iPod touch and - when it appears - the iPad.
The latest set of pictures from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope provide the most detailed images yet of Pluto.
NASA and General Motors have jointly developed a new robot designed to help astronauts - and build cars on the side.
Patients in a so-called vegetative state have been shown to be conscious, and one has been enabled to communicate via an MRI scan.
It always was a bit implausible - the idea that there was a method of communicating with teenagers. Limited success with dolphins and PVS patients got scientists' hopes up, but ultimately there are limits to all human endeavour.
In an effort to play catch-up with the Apple iPad, Amazon has reportedly acquired Touchco, a New York start-up specializing in touch-screen technology.
According to the New York Times, the touch-screen technology developed by Touchco is substantially cheaper than the capacitative touch screens used for the iPad, at around $10 per square foot.
Scientists have successfully used magnetic nanoparticles to capture and remove cancer cells from human tissue.
When it comes to video game voyeurism and risqué gameplay, the Japanese sure know how to roll.
THQ CEO Brian Farrell has announced plans to release a "high-quality" sequel to Red Faction in fiscal 2011.
A security researcher has reportedly managed to crack the “unhackable” Infineon SLE 66 CL PE chip. The nearly ubiquitous Infineon is typically found in computers, gaming systems, identity cards and various electronic devices.
Adobe CTO Kevin Lynch has officially blamed Apple for the lack of Flash support on certain "magical" devices, including the overhyped iPad and wildly popular iPhone.
Microsoft has kicked off an investigation into reports of various notebook battery "issues" plaguing a number of Windows 7 users.
The launch of Apple's long-awaited iPad is expected to jumpstart the nascent tablet market - with shipments of such devices reaching an annual total of 57 million by 2015.
It's gunfight time at the University of Birmingham, where scientists have been investigating how quick people are off the draw.
Sony Ericsson has released the first smartphone based on Windows Mobile 6.5.3.
Twitter has discovered that a number of torrent sites have been used to steal user names and passwords.
Take a deep breath, count to ten and pull yourself together. And turn that damned machine off.
Evidence is now overwhelming that life on earth was brought here by comets, according to one of the originators of the theory.
Last month when TG Dailymet Roxxxy the sexbot at Vegas’ Adult Expo, we were impressed at the softness of her hypoallergenic silicone skin, her anatomical correctness and her vacant, yet alluring expression – not dissimilar to that of most celebrities.
Google has finally added multi-touch support to its Nexus One smartphone via an over-the-air update.
The iPad has entered the market and it actually isn’t the perfect product that folks expected it to be, but then given the out of control hype that's surrounding it.
Engage! Atari and Cryptic Studios have successfully launched a "bold new" Star Trek MMO.
Buffalo has confirmed that it will be launching two external hard drives for Sony's Playstation 3 console in March.
Bioware has reportedly closed a number of forum threads discussing same-sex romances in games such as Mass Effect 2 and Dragon Age: Origins.
Apple's next-generation iPhone will reportedly be powered by a future version of the company's indigenously developed "homebred" silicon.
Hundreds of websites including the CIA and the FBI are being hit by a botnet which floods them with junk data.
A new broad spectrum antiviral could be used against HIV-1, Nipah, Ebola and other deadly viruses.
The World is gradually melting away, according to the latest pictures from NASA's Earth Observatory.
Google may be developing a tablet PC interface, if a web post by a company engineer is to be believed, lending weight to rumours that it may launch its own tablet device.
You too can walk up walls like Spiderman, thanks to a new device invented by Cornell scientists.
Google is planning to open an app store selling business software, according to the Wall Street Journal.
There’s nothing quite like a wee story about a Nintendo Wii saving somewiins life, and who are we at TG Daily to hold back, especially on a Monday?