Researchers are Stanford University in California have invented an open source camera that can be loaded with new features in a flash.
Dolby Laboratories today announced a limited beta release of its new Dolby Axon desktop client software that brings surround sound voice technology to a chat room environment.
Snapfish by HP today announced a simple new way for people to quickly create custom photo books, along with a host of convenient tools designed to make accessing and sharing photos easier.
Computer scientists in Taiwan have devised a neural network program that can successfully classify a computerised music file based on its beat and tempo.
Robonica, a South African/U.S. start-up focused on developing new forms of robotic entertainment, announces the launches of an all-new product category - Robotic Gaming - with its Roboni-i system.
Twitter is emerging as a potentially valuable means of real-time, on-the-go communication of healthcare information and medical alerts, say doctors
Ricoh today announced the launch of a 10.7x (28-300mm) superzoom offering automatic high dynamic range shooting, 5fps continuous shooting and more.
Canadian researchers have created a touchy-feely robot that detects tougher tumour tissue in half the time, and with 40 per cent more accuracy than a human.
Boffins at Dartmouth University in New Hampshire are proposing a new way of creating a reproduction black hole in the laboratory on a much-tinier scale than their celestial counterparts.
Mozilla Foundation Chair Mitchell Baker has slammed Microsoft's proposal for a browser ballot to give users a choice of internet browsers on Windows PCs.
The Wireless Power Consortium announced that it has chosen the logo Qi to represent the first international wireless power standard for consumer electronic devices.
Albert Gonzalez, 28, of Miami, Florida, was indicted today for conspiring to hack into computer networks and stealing data relating to more than 130 million credit and debit cards.