Well, it seems that people like us are just spoiling things for everybody else. A study has found that just ten percent of mobile users account for a whacking 90 percent of data traffic.
The European Space Agency has released the fist results from its Planck mission, focusing on the coldest objects in the universe.
Microsoft is looking into reports that phones running Windows Phone 7 are sending out large amounts of data without their users' knowledge.
A group of online tracking companies is promising to allow consumers to see what data is being held on them.
'Perfidious Albion' is about right: a new survey from security company Imperva has discovered that more than two thirds of Brits plan to filch corporate data from their workplace when they leave.
Britain's privacy watchdog, the Information Commissioner's Office, has reached a conclusion about Google's illegal gathering of Wifi data with its Street View cars.
Oh, great. The moving men were booked, we'd said goodbye to the neighbors and we'd given away the cat - and now it seems that there may not be a habitable planet orbiting Gliese 581 after all.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has embarked on a crusade to get rid of illicit radio broadcasts that are interfering with its observations.
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has utterly failed an extensive cyber-security audit conducted by the agency's own Inspector General (IG).
US Senators Mark Pryor (D-AR) and Jay Rockefeller (D-WV) have moved to pass legislation that would ensure the "robust" protection of sensitive healthcare data.
Symantec has positively identified a stealth trojan hidden in a Tapsnake video game app for Android smartphones.
Up to half of free Android apps, and a quarter of free iPhone apps, are gathering and sharing sensitive data from a user's phone.
Intel researchers have developed a silicon-based, optical data connection prototype capable of transferring up to 50 gigabits per second.
European regulators are set to receive data inadvertently collected by Google from unsecured WiFi networks across the Continent.
Apple has disputed the accuracy of recent data published by the NPD Group which showed Android-based devices outselling the iPhone in the United States.
Nokia has sued Apple for allegedly infringing on five "important" patents with its popular iPhone and iPad 3G.
A recent study conducted by IDC estimates that the global volume of digital data increased by 62% between 2008 and 2009 to approximately 800,000 petabytes (PB).
Intel has confirmed that production of processors featuring its next-gen Hi-K 32 nanometer (nm) "Sandy Bridge" architecture will kick off in late 2010.
Mobile data traffic originating from PC (USB) modems and routers is expected to increase from 2,000 petabytes of data to a staggering 8,000 in 2014.
Motorola has debuted what it claims is the "world's first" push-to-talk Android-powered smartphone at CTIA 2010.