How important can it be when giant companies that consume vast amounts of energy commit to buying renewables?
A 29-year-old single mom from Texas was arrested after it emerged that she tried to give away (or sell) her son on Craigslist.
Defense Distributed, the world's first maker of 3D-printed guns, has managed to obtain a federal license to manufacture and market firearms in the US.
Google might have its critics on the privacy and antitrust fronts, but it would be hard to fault the company when it comes to promoting a clean energy future.
A Texas student has failed in her bid to ban RFID tags from her school on the grounds that they're the 'mark of the beast'.
Climate change is set to trigger more extreme weather events around the world, an international team of scientists claims.
The Texas attorney general is accusing Google of unreasonably withholding thousands of documents in an anti-trust investigation into its search policies.
Well, it was always a rather ambitious patent claim, and Eolas's attempt to, in essence, patent the interactive web has failed.
An intriguing new study looked at where the most per capita video game spending took place, and ended up with some surprising results.
Texas law enforcement officials were left red-faced after Anonymous hackers associated with the AntiSec movement published "boatloads" of classified police documents extracted during a series of digital raids.
Want to be among the first in the country to pay for your groceries with your cell phone?
It's a grand gesture on the scale of Ozymandias - although somewhat less egotistical - a clock designed to keep time for ten thousand years.
Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have created a greatly enhanced supercapacitor, improving energy storage in everything from energy grids and electric cars to consumer electronics.
Researchers at Yale and the University of Texas say they've made a computer schizophrenic - causing it to claim responsibility for a terrorist incident.
The Texas state comptroller has confirmed a massive data leak that inadvertently exposed the social security numbers, names, addresses and birth dates of 3.5 million people.
A tech tradeshow is usually just a tradeshow; that is unless you’re headed to SXSW.
A gay couple has made legal history by getting married via Skype - neatly circumventing Texas' ban on same-sex marriages.
Google is fighting back against an anti-trust inquiry ordered by Texas' attorney general, saying that some of the companies making complaints have links to Microsoft.
Canadian 'technology licensing company' Wi-Lan is suing practically every major hardware manufacturer you've ever heard of for selling Bluetooth-enabled laptops and phones.