Opera has confirmed that its Mini iPhone browser was downloaded more than one million times during the first day of its availability.
The State of Israel has officially banned Apple's "magical" iPad from entering the country. But why?
A new type of malware is humiliating porn-lovers in Japan by publishing their web history online and then blackmailing them.
Senior Intel fellow Kevin Kahn has predicted that Light Peak technology could eventually replace USB (3) as the industry standard.
A team of unknown hackers recently engaged in a "brute force" attack against Apache's servers.
Google has introduced a new feature that allows users to trawl the murky depths of public Twitter archives.
Adobe Systems is reportedly preparing to sue Apple over the latter's decision to ban Flash-converted (and Silverlight) apps on the iPhone 4 SDK.
The US Library of Congress has announced that it is to acquire the entire Twitter archive and preserve it for posterity.
Intel has detailed its next-gen Atom-based SoC. The chip - codenamed "Tunnel Creek" - is being prepped for deployment in vehicle-infotainment and IP media phones.
Often those of us who live with technology get excited about how much a new product can do and forget that most folks don’t want a Swiss Army Knife product nor do they want a Porsche, they want something simple and affordable that does the few things they want to do well.
Apple is to delay the international release of the iPad by a month, citing high demand.
A German research institute has developed a touch-screen interface that users operate with their feet.
Intel is showcasing its oft-delayed Moorestown platform at the annual developers conference in Beijing.
Hitachi has reportedly unveiled details of a new 3D display for handheld electronic devices.
Cisco has introduced its Flip Slide HD video camera. The $280 device stores up to four hours of high-def digital video and up to 12 hours of content.
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.
Intel has targeted ARM's dominate position in the mobile marketplace by porting Google's Android OS to run on Atom-powered smartphones.
Samsung has announced that it will deploy Microsoft's PlayReady technology in its consumer devices to facilitate the easy transfer of content between TVs, mobile phones, set-top boxes and other devices.
Opera has become the first browser other than Apple's own Safari to be approved for the iPhone.
Nokia has announced three new low-cost handsets with full Qwerty keyboards aimed at social networking applications.