Scientists at Purdue University in Indiana have created 'spaser-based nanolasers', spheres 44 nanometers, or billionths of a meter, in diameter.
Yahoo, the world's largest email provider, is intending to launch a pay-per-email charity drive that it hopes will curb the rising tide of spam.
A new Twitter service called Maxitweet has found a way around Twitter's 140-character limit by use of letter-like symbols called Unicode characters.
Microsoft Corp.'s Macintosh Business Unit today shared details about the next version of Microsoft Office for Mac, announcing that a new application, Outlook for Mac, will replace Entourage for Mac.
If you've already got a copy of RealDVD copying software, you're free to keep copying your DVDs. But RealNetworks has been permanently banned from selling it - and could face a large fine.
Less than two days after shutting down its service and announcing it was moving to 'greener pastures', Tr.im is back to its business of shortening URLs.
Cloud security company PandaLabs announced that it has discovered that 52 per cent of new viruses last only 24 hours
A new breed of spectacles allows you to adjust the focus from close-up to distance at the flick of a finger.
The URL shortening service tr.im has announced that it is to close after bit.ly has become the default choice of Twitter.
QinetiQ North America has developed a kit that can be installed in about 15 minutes on any of 17 models of Bobcat loaders, temporarily turning it into a remotely operated robot.
Wireless speed-charging solution could be found on over 22 percent of handset by 2014, according to a new report by Strategy Analytics.
Google has added information on its Maps website to include points of interest: tourist attractions, hotels, restaurants and shops.
Microsoft has debuted the ergonomist-approved Wireless Comfort Desktop 5000, with smart one-touch features for Windows 7 to help consumers make the most of their new Windows 7-based PCs.
A boot camp intended to cure teenagers of 'internet addiction' instead killed one, it was reported today.
Yesterday, Nissan unveiled the Leaf, an all-electric hatchback with a range of 100 miles between charges.
Microsoft's Chief Research & Strategy Officer today demonstrated an office cubicle of the future, utilising Microsoft's new Natural User Interface (NUI).
The President of Microsoft's Entertainment and Devices Division today confirmed the company's commitment to improving Windows phones with better browsing and media features.
In a bullish presentation to financial analysts today, Steve Ballmer promised Windows 7 PCs that would 'overturn the conventional wisdom that Apple has the coolest hardware'.
Steve Ballmer told financial analysts today that yesterday's deal with Yahoo! will mean new products, better search and more economic value for both companies.
The company has just announced that it will be allowing users of its Sony Reader devices to download over a million free public domain titles from its ebookstore.