A massive basin off the coast of India could be the world's largest, multi-ringed crater - and the impact that caused it could have been the real cause of the mass dinosaur extinction 65 million years ago, say researchers.
While mapping the solar system's edge for the first time, NASA's Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX), spacecraft has discovered a 'space ribbon' two billion miles long.
Sony has unveiled an updated version of the PS3 Slim. The $350 console
features a 250GB hard drive and will be available on November 3.
In case your living room isn't yet cluttered enough, Nintendo is planning to launch its biggest peripheral yet: an exercise bike.
Apple is reportedly developing an in-house radio application for the iPhone and iPod touch. According to 9to5mac, the nascent app will be capable of functioning "in the background" and is likely to offer the "same functionality" as the Nano FM radio.
Apple has released an updated Bootrom file in an effort to prevent iPhone jailbreaking. The file - known as iBoot-359.3.2 - effectively disables a popular software exploit known as "24kPwn."
A couple of scientists reckon that God or time travellers broke the Large Hadron Collider. The duo, who are, remarkably, still walking the streets, have published a paper claiming that the world’s largest particle accelerator, which failed a week after being switched on last September could have been broken by divine intervention or time agents from the future.
You'll have to excuse me while I drift off into a nostalgic reverie. But Polaroid products including 600 Color Instant Film and the One-Step Camera are to be resurrected under a distribution deal with Summit Global Group.
Over the years one of the words that have consistently been connected
to Windows is the word “Bloat”. Year over year, ever since Windows
95, we complain that Windows has become too bloated, calling it
bloatware and suggesting
Microsoft needs to start over to create something leaner.
News Analysis Microsoft's future begins next week. That's when the company ships
Windows 7, its latest operating system. If Microsoft stumbles with
Windows 7 as it did with Vista, people will start asking whether
Microsoft has much of a future at all.