To its long list of achievements we may now be able to add the one crowning glory many think Google has long lusted after - the secret of how to save the planet.
We already know that Sony is planning to introduce 3D games to the PlayStation 3 next year, but what's the truth about backwards compatibility?
Giant Japanese mobile phone operator NTT DoCoMo is set to make a surprise move to bring its cutting-edge services overseas when it launches in the US some time next year.
The eternal question for Google of how to make money from YouTube could be about to get an answer after it emerged that talks are underway to bring movie streaming to the site.
Intel might own 80 per cent of the world market for CPUs used in personal computers, but that doesn't mean it's invulnerable, especially not after news of a new threat from the Far East.
Remember the good old Walkman? Somebody does, it seems, as it has just outsold the iPod for the first time in over four years.
While a fair chunk of the gaming world is rejoicing at the news of a new slim PlayStation 3 and its lower price, the hardcore Linux-loving PS3 fans out there are likely crying over their Fedora CDs.
Almost two years on from the arrival of the world's first commercial OLED TV set, a second model will join Sony's XEL-1, this time from LG Electronics.
It's well documented that the iPhone App Store has been a roaring success since it opened in 2008, but the sheer numbers being rung up on Apple's till are worth closer inspection.
We've previously heard of schools and colleges using e-books to cut costs and save paper, but had never really considered their environmental impact... until now.
If you're a heavy iPhone user, there's a fair-to-middling chance you're also well into Facebook, so it's fortunate that the beloved SNS has just had a spec-bump to version 3.0.
We've no idea why it chose to do so now, but Sharp Japan has completely ignored the success of netbook-sized PCs and delivered a tiny computer with just a 5-inch screen.