EA hints at more fitness games for Wii

Electronic Arts, one of the biggest video game publishers in the world, recently reconfirmed its bullish stance on the Wii and hinted that it is particularly pleased with the success of its "EA Sports Active" franchise.

Porn dongle anyone?

Lady Gaga may rave about disco sticks, but here at TG, we’re much more into our dongles, and this particular porn detection dongle has caught our eye.

Atari shifts into overdrive with Test Drive Unlimited 2

Atari has confirmed that its long-awaited Test Drive Unlimited 2 will be a Massively Open Online Racing (MOOR) game.

Lockheed Martin designs world's largest heat shield

Engineers at Lockheed Martin have successfully completed fabrication of the world's largest heat shield.

ATM skimmer swallows Kingston flash drive

An accused ATM skimmer swallowed a Kingston flash drive during a federal raid in a desperate attempt to destroy potentially incriminating evidence.

Opera says its browser is the "fastest" of them all

Opera Software has launched version 10.50 of its web browser - which it claims is the world's "fastest" for Windows-based systems.

Skype arrives on Symbian smartphones

Skype has released a version of its popular client for Symbian-based Nokia smartphones.

Report: Apple iPad production remains on track

A new report suggests that production of Apple’s iPad has remained on track, with 600,000-700,000 units expected to ship this month.

Too much screen time makes kids antisocial

Spending hours glued to the television or PC damages childrens' relationships with their friends and parents, according to a new study.

Spanish police stamp out butterfly botnet

Another day, another botnet. This time, it has the rather pretty name of Mariposa - it means butterfly - and is believed to be one of the world's largest.

Child directs flight traffic at JFK

When an air traffic controller's son had the day off school, he was brought to work - into the control tower at one of the busiest airports in the world. The FAA is now investigating.

Astronomers use galaxies as lenses

Peering through entire galaxies as their lenses, a team of researchers has found a new way to establish the size and age of the universe.

Space Invaders movie may be on the way

The 1978 arcade game Space Invaders is considered to be a true classic, but it probably hasn't crossed the minds of too many people that it could be adapted into a full-length motion picture. However, Warner Bros is reportedly taking that leap.

Disposable toilet could clean up slums

A Swedish professor has invented a disposable toilet that turns human waste into fertiliser.

Activision creates new Call of Duty division

After the president and co-founder of Call of Duty's development studio were fired yesterday, Activision has created a new business unit to handle the hotly successful first-person shooter franchise.

Online payments come to Facebook

A new application lets Facebook users make small payments to each other, to charities and to businesses.

Device uses nose shape to sniff out terrorists

You can tell this idea came from a country where they're not big on plastic surgery. Scientists at the UK's University of Bath reckon that noses are a better way of identifying people than iris or fingerprint scans.

Microsoft device uses the skin as a touchscreen

Microsoft and Carnegie Mellon University are working on a gadget that turns the user's arm into a touchscreen display.

Google botnet attack was 'amateurish'

The Aurora attacks on Google which prompted it to threaten to pull out of China were carried out by a bunch of amateurs, according to security firm Damballa.

Sprint to cut Virgin Mobile contract subscribers

Sprint announced on Tuesday that it will cut service to all 86,000 of its Virgin Mobile customers who are currently on a contractual service plan. It is part of Sprint's restructuring of its newly-acquired prepaid mobile arm.