A local election in Oswego County, New York suffered a technical glitch causing the outcome for town supervisor to end in a 0-0 tie.
Three simple keystrokes gave a college professor his mark in the history books and gave the world a new wave of digital communication.
San Francisco (CA) – Intel announced the formation of the USB 3.0 promoters group, a consortium that aims to create a "superspeed personal USB interconnect."
A fired Boeing senior aerospace engineer says the company’s upcoming 787 Dreamliner airplane is unsafe.
That online profile of a 21-year-old busty blonde may just have been written by a man, according to a British market research firm eMedia.
Tourism NZ, a commercial tourist company in New Zealand, will pay a reported $320,000 to YouTube to be features on the site's front page for 24 hours.
Yahoo has announced it will acquire Zimbra, a software company specializing in custom e-mail applications.
Sony is reportedly in talks with Toshiba to sell its high-end semiconductor facilities to Toshiba, including its much touted Cell processor.
Scientists at the University of Pennsylvania claim to have found a new non-volatile nanoscale memory technology that retrieves data 1000 times faster than flash, stores data for about 100,000 years and has the potential to scale into the terabit range.
A new music downloading service makes its debut today, offering free songs to people who are willing to cope with advertising and heavy DRM restrictions.
The inventor of the “KillaCycle” electric motorcycle almost killed himself during a demonstration at the Wired NextFest conference.
Yahoo has launched a beta version of Mash, its latest attempt at social networking.
Ann Arbor (MI) - Researchers working at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have discovered a way to use radio frequencies to cool very small objects. Similar previous techniques have involved laser light. The use of RF will help researchers push tiny machines toward ever smaller levels.
KillaCycle inventor Bill Dube says he doing just fine after crashing his electric motorcycle at the Wired NextFest fair in Los Angeles California.