Planning to beat physical limit on storage capacity
We all love our gadgets but they appear not to be so kind back to us - that's the finding of a new report from the IEA on the impact of the energy consumption of our shiny new toys.
Reports from Japan say that a new supercomputer processor has taken the crown of world's fastest by not just beating, but obliterating the old record.
It's not often that student pranks make headlines across the world, but the rise of the internet has helped one 22-year-old do exactly that.
Another day, another Twitter story and this time it's a bit more than yet another celebrity prattling on about lots of nothing much.
We knew Microsoft was almost ready to lift the lid on the next version of its Office suite of software, but we hadn't expected the surprises that appear in the offing.
In this increasingly environment-aware age we're glad that at least one firm has seen sense and combined the power of ZigBee wireless networking and dung beetles to cut carbon emissions.
We already know the iPhone has done reasonably well in the UK, selling over a million handsets, but the latest data on how people use the device provides a few surprises.
If you haven't yet found enough ways to waste time with Twitter, then how about adding something akin to watching grass grow to your Web 2.0 mix?
In a move that could spell changes for its laptop PCs worldwide, Dell is starting a service in Japan that bundles new machines with built-in instant internet access.
Digital copyright protection is a thorny issue at the best of times, but it's hard to see why Amazon has made its latest move to keep third-party e-books off the Kindle.
Fans of geotagging their photographs will doubtless be keen on Sony's newest GPS unit, especially as it works with cameras from almost any maker.
For a supposedly cutting-edge firm, Google surprised many when it launched its Chrome browser first on Windows only, leaving Mac and Linux users in the cold.
If you ever doubted the power of Google, then a minor snafu late Saturday exposed just how reliant the world is on the California search giant.
Back in the 1950s, boys' comics often featured utopian visions of a future world where cars variously flew, spoke to their owners or drove themselves. Some of that may soon become a reality.
By now, we all know that Sony is supposed to be hitting us with its first netbook PC at CES next month but, amid the various teases, leaks and rumours, how much is clear?