Apparently someone over at the Youtube offices in California thought that it would make a lot of sense if Web browsers needed to put on a pair of 3D glasses before watching the latest viral videos.
In just a few short months, a new name in social media has taken everyone by storm.
Unmanned Navy aircraft will soon be able to distinguish small pirate boats from other vessels, says the Office of Naval Research (ONR).
Google's being accused of doing too little to prevent ads from human traffickers from appearing on its sites.
Microsoft's Web browser may be experiencing a nice turnaround after years of nearly consistent decline.
An app that allowed men to stalk women in their vicinity has been pulled from the iTunes store - although its developer says it can't see what all the fuss is about.
Apple's powerful voice recognition platform is spreading its wings.
Cloud-based storage is all the rage today with multiple providers - including Dropbox and Apple - competing in the lucrative space.
After three-months of alpha testing, BlueStacks has rolled out the official beta version of its Android App Player.
A University of Buffalo researcher says she's developed a lie detector based on human eye movements that's more accurate than expert human interrogators.
A report from British watchdog Internet Watch Foundation says that pedophiles are successfully disguising websites to hide their illegal content.
I can certainly understand the call from Washington and state governments to eliminate distracted driving as much as possible.
LucidLogix has rolled out a utility dubbed "DynamiX" which allows
certain high-performance games to be played on mainstream, low-end laptops and Ultrabooks equipped with only an integrated GPU.
Some people ignore the very existence of their spam folder; others, though, have a check-through every now and again to see if they've missed anything vital.
The Consumer Preview of Windows 8 launched right on time, so now it's time to nail down the final launch date.
Free mobile apps using third party services to display ads are draining users' batteries, researchers from Purdue University and Microsoft say.
Kim Dotcom was only recently let out of jail on bail, yet reports are now surfacing that there has been a significant procedural error in the case that could see some of his seized property returned.
Redmond has revamped it flagship Internet Explorer (IE) 10 browser to match the style and feel of Windows 8 Metro - a slick UI targeted at tablets and other mobile devices.
I'm sure we're all familiar with Anonymous by now. The hacker collective has claimed credit for numerous attacks on corporate, government, and law enforcement websites around the world including the Vatican.
Google's believed to be on the point of transforming the way it delivers search results, taking a leaf out of rivals' books and providing answers rather than links.