NY State installs suicide prevention phones on bridge

MySpace spat turns into real-life fight

GPS navigation units favorite target of thieves

Police officer under fire for anti-semitic YouTube clips

The Columbus Division of Police in Ohio is investigating a series of YouTube videos posted by a city police officer that blame Jews for the country's societal problems.

Childhood dreams may soon come true: Engines that run on water

Researchers at Indiana's Purdue University have further developed a recently described technology that can break down water directly into hydrogen and oxygen without input power.

Google’s announces first-year results of Mountain View WiFi

It’s been a little more than a year since Google launched its free “Google WiFi” service in Mountain View California and the company is taking time to congratulate itself in an official blog posting.

Scientists develop theory for quantum computer transistors

Scientist from the Niels Bohr Institute at University of Copenhagen and from Harvard University say they have developed a new theory which describe how transistors for future quantum computers may look like.

Finnish boy fined $4000 for posting teacher’s karaoke performance

Yahoo spices up webmail with new features

Yahoo Mail now gives users a more advanced search filter, an easier contacts manager, and the ability to send instant and text messages from the webmail application.

Fermilab: Excursions into matter, space and time

Batavia (IL) -  TG Daily recently had an opportunity to visit the facilities of Fermilab, home of the Tevatron, currently the world's highest energy particle accelerator. Join us on a tour through a stunning world of machinery that accelerates protons close to the speed of light to help scientists research topics of matter, space and time.    

Sony powers Walkman with sugar “bio battery”

Tokyo (Japan) – Cue up the Matrix jokes because Sony has developed a biological battery that runs on glucose.  The so-called “bio battery” converts the sugar into electricity with the help of enzymes, oxygen and water.  Sony researchers proved the batteries work by stringing four of them together and powering a Walkman.  

Warner exec in charge of high definition DVDs steps down

Senior VP at Warner Home Video Steve Nickerson announced that he will step down, relinquishing his position as the highest profile movie studio executive who still supported both Blu-ray and HD DVD.

Prices for second-tier 42" LCD TVs to fall to $699 by year-end

Tight supply for 22" LCD monitor panels

Mobile blogs offer new opportunities for cellular operators, says In-Stat

ATM machine mistakenly spits out double the cash

Senior citizens spend the most time on the Internet – study

DRAMeXchange: DRAM and NAND flash prices both trend downward

Worldwide semiconductor revenues growth to slow down in 2007, says IDC

LAPD’s dart firing, license plate reading, video streaming car

Los Angeles police officers are riding in style with a new police car that’s bristling with cameras, computers and even a GPS projectile launcher.