Ever wanted to play life-sized Tetris and control the motion of the blocks with your body? A Spanish group of artists and programmers has created a version of the game you can play with a friend and your movements as the controller.
Gateway has introduced a trio of high-definition monitors with modern designs and low power consumption. But will these slim new displays deliver?
Need more storage space in your network servers? Seagate has announced the BlackArmor NAS, a four-bay network storage server filled with 3TB drives for up to a whopping 12TB of storage.
An ActiveX control used by Microsoft to prevent the owner of a computer from saving or viewing certain files is susceptible to several attacks, leaving your computer vulnerable to malicious attackers.
Marvell's new 1.5 GHz tri-core processors for smartphones and tablets can deliver dual stream 1080p 3D video.
A tracking cookie that can’t be removed, dubbed "evercookie" by researchers, demonstrates that Websites can circumvent your privacy protections.
Optimized for 64-bit machines, the latest beta for Adobe Flash not only supports Internet Explorer 9 Beta, but has also been rewritten and optimized for Mac OS X from the ground up.
A wireless NAS drive from LaCie not only stores up to 2TB of data, it also is a wireless router and a video streaming center. For less than Apple's Time Capsule. How does it stack up?
A new worm spreading through e-mail looks like a harmless message, but instead downloads malware that searches for and tries to delete your security software, then spreads via your address book.
Not to be outdone by Iomega, LaCie is making tiny portable USB 3.0 drives with up to 2TB of storage. How do they stack up against the competition?
Ever wonder what’s inside your Kindle 3? The folks at EEVblog have completed dissected Amazon’s famous e-reader to reveal the guts of this portable device.
Most new smartphones seem to get rooted within a week or two of their release, but four weeks before they go on sale? Hackers have cracked a prototype tablet from Samsung, the Galaxy Tab, a month before it hits shelves.