Here at TG Daily we like comparing Apples and Oranges, or at least Apple and Microsoft, and with all the buzz about the iPad, it seems Microsoft has been trying to generate a bit of its own buzziness with rumors of a Zune phone.
Saint Steven Jobs has finally come down from the mountain top bearing Apple's "magical and revolutionary" tablet device.
Analysis Way way more significant than some tablet Steve Jobs will introduce today is a repositioning of Oracle that will shake the mighty pillars of the IT industry.
Saint Steven Jobs has finally unveiled Apple's hallowed iPad tablet device.
Microsoft is preparing Windows Mobile 7 for its official debut at the Mobile World Congress in March.
Engadget has managed to obtain at least two images of what appears to be a prototype Apple tablet, or what may be a tablet "bolted down" to a table.
While the world struggles to find new adjectives to describe the wonderfulosity of James Cameron's 3D epic, Avatar, the more sober amongst us reckon that film lovers should be afraid - very afraid - of what its runaway success means.
Goodbyes are proverbially hard to say, but Sun Microsystems' cofounder and chairman Scott McNealy has had no problems.
Your mother was wrong, and now you can prove it. All that loud music probably hasn't done your hearing any harm at all.
Laugh, and the world laughs with you: a new study suggests that both laughing and crying are universal across cultures.
The dream is over: Barak Obama's NASA budget proposal, due Monday, looks unlikely to make any provision for returning men to the moon.
Google has pledged to release a software patch that could help improve spotty 3G coverage on its flagship Nexus One smartphone.
The Chinese are no longer playing a game of whispers when it comes to mouthing off about Google’s smackdown two weeks ago, with the country’s media now openly dissing the Internet giant, and the US government too for good measure.
Hewlett Packard has crashed Apple’s noisy tablet party by offering a detailed glimpse of its own shiny Slate device on YouTube.
Think you know everything about the engimatic Apple tablet? Well, think again, because there is a lot you probably don't. And there a lot of people guessing the answers. Here's our roundup of the latest and greatest Apple tablet speculation.
Bioware's long-awaited Mass Effect 2 has received rave reviews from a number of prominent journalists, including Ben Kuchera of Ars Technia who described the game as "richly woven" and "utterly" fascinating.
Google has launched a mobile web version of its popular Voice application for the iPhone and Palm Web OS devices.
The New Scientist has an interesting take on the launch of Apple's by now very renowned tablet PC - it's pieced together a number of patents that suggest just what kind of a machine it is.
Then we can add to the speculative mix all that stuff on Flurry yesterday about the kind of applications that are likely to be used.
Female elementary school teachers who are anxious about math pass on their fears to the girls that they teach.
Men are insensitive bastards, according to a new study, which finds they feel much less guilt than women.
A Chinese-American team says it's settled the long-standing question of how bird flight began.
Bill Gates says a malaria vaccine could be as little as three years away, with a prototype entering final trials.
Entropy: it's a bugger, innit? One day, the universe and everything in it will run down and die, making all human endeavour utterly worthless.
Colling Ruffenach of icodeblog.com takes an Apple developers journey through the possibilities of Jobs' Tablet.
If you’ve got oodles of time to waste on services like Twitter, it probably means you need a job, and guess what? Tweetdeck wants to help you find one.
You could be mistaken for thinking Hollywood has finally given up pretending that it actually uses sentient beings to make movies but, that's not the case. The BBC is airing the first film shot entirely by chimpanzees as part of a natural history documentary on January 27, 2010.
A mobile apps tracking firm known as Flurry Analytics has claimed that Apple recently tested 150 games on its overhyped tablet device.
Serial iPhone jailbreaker George Hotz claims to have hacked Sony's Playstation 3 in just five short weeks.
After years of trying to come up with a half decent revenue model to justify its billions of dollars of “worth”, it seems Facebook is turning to agriculture to make some moolah. And when we say agriculture, we mean, of course, Farmville.
Google has updated its popular Chrome browser with support for at least 1,500 extensions and a long-awaited bookmark sync feature.
Holy s***! Google’s Nexus One was apparently designed by a team of puritanical engineers determined to fulfill the now-tired mantra of “do no evil.”
AMD has debuted its $99 dual-core 3.2GHz Phenom II X2 555 Black Edition processor for overclockers.
The Chinese government has denied any involvement in the attacks on Gmail earlier this month.
A Chinese industry ministry spokesman said that claims that Beijing was behind the cyberattacks were "groundless".
"The accusation that the Chinese government participated in [any] cyber attack, either in an explicit or inexplicit way, is groundless. We [are] firmly opposed to that [and] China's policy on internet safety is transparent and consistent," the spokesman told China's Xinhua news agency.
Humans could run at 40 miles per hour, according to scientists, who reckon they have established the theoretical limits of running speed.
He says he's hoping to gain useful information about the stratosphere for future astronauts, but we suspect it's all just showing off.
Boys who watch porn are more likely to think sexual harassment is acceptable and less likely to form successful relationships when they get older.
A nervous astronomer from the UK's Royal Observatory in Greenwich warns that we should be jolly careful about contacting extra-terrestrials because they could turn out to be more Alien than ET.
A new experiment to reproduce planetary magnetic fields could be an important step towards nuclear fusion.
An Nvidia spokesperson, reacting to another story on TG Daily, told us that 3D gaming was a hot "reality" which had been warmly embraced by the multiplayer community.
It doesn’t take much to send Microsoft’s CEO, Barmy Ballmer, off the edge, but the Redmond chief handled a recent situation at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Tenn like a pro. A MacBook Pro, that is.