Google Chrome has managed to capture at least 5 percent of the browser market share from rivals Internet Explorer and Firefox.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs has allegedly blamed Adobe Flash for the majority of OS X crashes.
As long as 600 million years ago, our tiny marine ancestors may have had a sophisticated brain that released hormones into the blood and was connected to various sensory organs.
"Typical television walls are just 'so yesterday'", according to Australian architects' firm Clarke Hopkins Clarke.
A Connecticut man faces up to 40 years in jail after trying to sell illegally-modified cable modems to the FBI.
NASA will next week launch a new spacecraft designed to help predict the sun's complex weather and storms.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt loves China. He really does. He loves “what China is doing as a country and its growth,” according to his speech at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Only thing Schmidt apparently doesn’t love about China? “We just don’t like the censorship.”
It seems the iPad adverts are telling iPorkies, pretending the much hyped device can actually handle Adobe Flash, even though it can’t.
Microsoft has criticized the Apple iPad for being a "locked down" device.
The 80's are back! Yes, Atari has decided to relaunch its classic game console at a $30 price point.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has adopted an openly skeptical attitude towards Apple's recently unveiled iPad.
A number of frustrated Nexus One owners have reported that their smartphones are currently unable to send or receive data.
A US study reviewing laws that ban the use of handheld phones while driving has come up with a surprising result - accident rates are the same as if they are used.
Americans care less and less about global warming, according to a survey.
The transfer of financial data from Europe to the US 'to fight terrorism' may be unjustified, according to EU Information Society Commissioner Viviane Reding.
What's the most important news story in the world today? The Haiti earthquake, the possibility of peace talks with the Taliban or Tony Blair facing questioning in the inquiry into the invasion of Iraq? Don't be silly. It's a new consumer gadget from Apple.
The right hand is the sinister one as far as left-handers are concerned, according to researchers.
A South American group has managed to shrink virtually the full content of Wikipedia onto a CD which can be read with on-the-fly compression.
The Verified by Visa and MasterCard SecureCode credit card checks are fundamentally flawed, according to security researchers.
The first laser fusion experiments at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s National Ignition Facility (NIF) have successfully overcome a hurdle that many thought would scupper the project.
Apple’s long anticipated iPad has been a long time in coming, and as reviewers from the Technorati weigh in on whether or not to buy one, the porn industry is also sizing up the device’s pros and cons.
A number of expert witnesses recently informed a US Senate committee hearing that cell phones have a detrimental effect on human health.
What is fascinating about a Steve Jobs event is that it almost doesn’t seem to matter what he presents - the folks at the event walk out like they have turned into Apple buying zombies.
After years of speculation, the Great Steve Jobs has finally revealed the Apple tablet. But let's be honest - the idea of the iPad isn't new and Apple does not nearly deserve the innovation credit given by the media.
MSI is reportedly preparing to launch a $500, Tegra-based tablet during the second half of 2010.
Nissan has accepted a $1.4 billion loan from the US Department of Energy (DoE) to modify its Tennessee plant for the production of electric vehicles.
Cypress Semiconductor has demonstrated a tablet-sized capacitive touchscreen with unlimited finger tracking capability.
A shocking report published by security company McAfee reveals that more than half of critical infrastructure enterprises worldwide have fallen victim to large scale or stealth cyber attacks.
At least two industry analysts have hypothesized that Apple's iPad is unlikely to be instantly embraced by either the hardcore or serious gaming community.
Apple may well have a fight on its hands from Fujitsu, which has just remembered eight years later it still has a product called the iPad.
A modder by the name of Eugene373 has managed to enable a dormant FM Radio feature on his Motorola Cliq.
Nobody likes to feel left out, and Adobe is a bit miffed that the new Apple iPad doesn't include Flash.
It's the stuff of many a nasty fairy tale, but researchers have found that old mice can be rejuvenated by giving them certain blood factors from young mice.
A Swiss team has applied Darwinian selection to robot development, producing robots that can walk, cooperate and even hunt each other.
We at TG Daily always had a sneaking suspicion that the makers of Barney had got it a bit wrong. And now it turns out that dinosaurs weren't purple at all - but ginger!
MIT is using automated machine learning to help develop a 'wiring diagram' of the human brain.
A rather embarrassing incident has left Facebook saving face, as the firm has had to apologize to a user whose vanity URL it snatched, purportedly to sell to a company for cold hard cash.
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.