The US and EU have approved a mega search deal - without restrictions - between Microsoft and Yahoo.
NASA has released the first pictures from its Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer, WISE.
A new website called PleaseRobMe aims to highlight the dangers of broadcasting your every move on Twitter.
A drunk and deranged WoW player was recently shot by an irate grandfather after attempting to choke his mother to death.
The next-generation Nintendo DS2 will reportedly boast "tilt" controls capable of outperforming a similar function found on the iPhone.
Amongst all the talk of “mobile synergies” and “user centric experiences” and CEO superstars, one woman in particular stood out at Mobile World Congress.
Google "hearts mobile" was the message delivered by the firm’s CEO at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
Google has made a $2 million donation to the Wikimedia Foundation.
Clemson University researchers have developed a hands-free way of texting while driving.
It's not the conclusive answer they were probably hoping for, but Nielsen has found from a massive survey that people 'might' be prepared to pay for online content.
Yesterday, a massive cyberattack took place against the US.
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski has outlined an "ambitious" national plan which envisions the US as hosting the world's largest market of high-speed broadband users.
OpenPeak is currently showcasing its Moorestown-powered OpenTablet 7 at the 2010 Mobile World Congress (MWC).
Verizon has confirmed that Skype will arrive on a number of its 3G smartphones in March.
Apple has allegedly taken steps to ban at least two iPhone "hackers" from its iTunes App Store.
Capcom is reportedly developing an iPhone-friendly version of Street Fighter IV.
Sexting is bad according to LG Electronics, but it may be good for RIM, which has seen a record number of teens and young people signing up for a blackberry over the past year, attracted mainly by the magnetic pull of its Blackberry Messenger service.
Guess what? It's your legal right to bitch about your teacher on Facebook, and the school can't do a thing to stop you.
It isn't officially an update to Google's Nexus One, but HTC's new Desire handset looks awfully like it.
An Nvidia marketing director was hauled off a plane and chucked in jail last week after allegedly joking that he had a bomb.
Physicists have created a 'quark soup' with a temperature of four trillion degrees Celcius - almost as hot as the temperature just after the Big Bang.
Samsung has unveiled a Bada-powered "super-AMOLED" smartphone at the 2010 Mobile World Congress.
Apple's iPhone 3GS recently outperformed Google's Nexus One smartphone in a graphic drag race conducted by Distinctive Developments (DD).
Acer has confirmed that its 10.1-inch Aspire One 532G will be the first netbook to feature Nvidia's next-generation Ion 2 GPU.
Being attractively different may be the first requirement for something to step out from under the iPhone's and Android's shadows.
Hewlett Packard and Shell have agreed to develop a wireless sensing system that will be used to acquire high-resolution seismic data for the oil and gas industry.
While everyone waited with baited breath for Microsoft to announce a "Zune phone" at this year's MWC in Barcelona, Steve Ballmer added a surprise Microsoft twist to the mix, effectively announcing that all Microsoft phones would be Zune phones from now on.
A Google employee has claimed that Adobe is currently blocking the latest publication of HTML5.
Motorola has debuted a new Android-powered smartphone at the 2010 Mobile World Congress (MWC).
Adobe has confirmed that a beta version of Flash Player 10.1 has officially been made available to content providers and mobile developers - with general availability of the platform expected during the first half of 2010.