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.
The creative director of Halo: Reach has confirmed that the game will push the Xbox 360 to the limits of its current processing capabilities.
Microsoft reportedly took at least three months to patch a critical IE6 vulnerability, which allowed Chinese-based hackers to load malware onto Google computers, obtain intellectual property and glean information linked to Gmail users.
Google CEO Eric Schmidt has downplayed reports of rising tensions between his Mountain-View based company and Apple.
Apple has reportedly chosen AT&T and Verizon to bear its Holy Tablet to the adoring masses.
A hacker known as Cyanogen has modified Google's Android 2.1 OS to enable multitouch capabilities on the Nexus One smartphone.
It's one of the most controversial subjects on earth, but if data from NASA is to be believed, the past decade on the planet has been the warmest ever.
When Apple launched the iPhone it was one of the largest phones of its type in the market. This gave it certain advantages that few spoke about...
In quick succession, YouTube and Vimeo have launched HTML 5 video players, removing the need for many users to use Flash.
Too much sex can give you carpal tunnel syndrome, according to a researcher - and, yes, he's talking about sex with other people.
Parental control just isn't what it used to be. Flaws in Apple software let's kids see the dreaded NSFW images that we spend most of our time trying to find.
With digital music on the rise, growing a whopping 20,900 percent since 2003, it’s no wonder the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) is making such a song and dance about piracy.
You may think you’re smart if your computer password is “password”, but in actual fact, it has now been proven that you are a moron.
The magical Apple tablet created by Saint Steven Jobs and his dedicated team of silicon alchemists has apparently been shown to high-level executives at Electronic Arts.
US Custom officials have reportedly seized and searched over 1,500 electronic devices from international travelers, including laptops, thumb drives, cell phones and DVDs.
ABI researcher Jeff Orr has predicted that ARM-based processors - and not X86 chips - will dominate the MID market by 2013.
In response, presumably, to massive public demand, scientists have developed a way to recharge cellphones and the like by plugging them into your clothing.
A 21-year-old British woman has been recognised as the biggest collector of Pokémon memorabilia in the world, having accumulated 12,113 different items over 13 years.
A clever bunch of boffins have managed to port Android to an x86 platform, allowing people to run Google’s OS on Asus’ Eee PC netbooks as well as several other already tried and tested 32-bit (x86) platforms.
Robots, it would appear, are clunking their way back into fashion this year, and not just as sexual companions, but also as automated carers for the elderly – or so believes Japanese car maker, Toyota, who is ready to cash in on the whole robotic rabble.
A recently report published by the Kaiser Family Foundation has confirmed an already known fact: American kids are hopelessly addicted to the Internet and other forms of entertainment media.
We haven't got a teaser for this article that wouldn't put us in hell. Is it hot in here? I'm burning up, man!
Apple has reportedly kicked off negotiations with Microsoft to replace Google as the default search engine on its popular iPhone.
A 42-year-old Taiwanese man with a history of high blood pressure has died of a stroke after becoming somewhat overexcited watching blue blockbuster Avatar.
The European Southern Observatory has amalgamated images from its La Silla observatory in Chile to produce the best pictures yet of the Cat's Paw Nebula.
The most important product in the history of everything, ever, Apple's indescribably-exciting tablet computer, is unlikely to hit the shelves before June due to battery life and reliability issues.
Microsoft has issued an 'out of band' patch for the antique Internet Explorer 6 following ill-advised panic on the part of the German and French governments.