Google admitted today that 14 per cent of Google users worldwide suffered poor service and interruptions.
American technology advocates and legal experts have condemned the EU's decision to fine Intel nearly a billion pounds for breaking anti-trust laws.
The Wolfram Alpha computational knowledge engine will go live this week. Scientists, students and researchers will love it - the general public might wonder what all the fuss is about.
Dell today became the first major computer manufacturer to ban the export of non-working electronics to developing countries as part of its global policy on responsible electronics disposal.
Engineers at Lockheed Martin's Advanced Technology Laboratories are using brain-inspired computing techniques to enable machines to think like humans.
NASA astronaut Mark Polansky, commander of the next space shuttle mission to the International Space Station in June, is sharing updates about his training and flight on Twitter.
The US Energy Secretary yesterday announced that the American government would not be funding any further research into hydrogen fuel cells for cars.
Students at Georgia Tech University have created a CRT emulator to help educate today's youngsters about the eye-bleeding, flickering hell-hole that TV gaming used to be.
Amazon looks set to announce a large screen version of its Kindle ebook reader for digital newspapers this week.
A digital forensics expert at Sam Houston State University in Texas is developing a forensics toolkit for the Xbox gaming console to help police find illicit hidden materials easily.
A high-level Korean executive from LG has agreed to plead guilty and serve a year in jail in the United States for participating in a global conspiracy to fix prices in the sale of LCD panels.