If legislators in Maine and San Francisco have their way, American mobile phones will soon carry warnings about radiation and even brain cancer.
A group of scientists from Yale University has succeeded in creating the first transistor made from a single molecule.
PDC 09 Microsoft seems determined to give Adobe's all-conquering Flash framework a run for its money, with the unveiling at PDC of a Silverlight 4 beta.
PDC 09 Smaller, faster and more efficient, Microsoft claims that Windows 7 represents a big leap forward.
PDC 09 Microsoft today announced the availability of the Windows Azure platform at the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC) in LA.
In the never-ending battle to protect computer networks from intruders, security experts are deploying a new defense modeled after one of nature's hardiest creatures — the ant.
IRex today unveiled the IREX DR800SG - a sleek, 8.1-inch, touchscreen eReader that offers multi-mode 3G wireless capabilities.
Google today announced Sidewiki, a Google Toolbar feature that enables people to tag websites with comments and links
Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini today displayed a silicon wafer containing the world's first working chips built on 22nm process technology.
Speck claims its newly re-engineered CorePack FLY bag is one of the most TSA/airport checkpoint friendly notebook bags on the market.
HP announced today 10.2- and 13.3-inch DreamScreens, internet-connected photoframes with audio streaming, Facebook access and time, weather widgets.
A new computer algorithm developed at the University of Washington uses hundreds of thousands of tourist photos to automatically reconstruct an entire city in less than a day.
T-Mobile USA today announced the upcoming availability of the Motorola CLIQ, the first Android-powered device from Motorola and the first device to feature the Motorblur solution.
Apple today announced that iPod shuffle, the world's smallest music player and the first music player to talk to you, is now available starting at just £45 in five colours.
Microsoft today announced its thinnest keyboard ever - the Bluetooth Mobile Keyboard 6000 - made exclusively for Bluetooth notebook and desktop computers.