The latest Apple iPhone 5 rumor centers on the anticipated smartphone featuring a 4-inch screen, bigger than the standard 3.5-inch display of current iPhones and...
Ultimate hoarding: A USC study estimates the volume of exabytes of data that humanity could compile -- and how quickly.
An interactive doodle atop Google's search page honors the 183rd birthday of science fiction author Jules Verne.
The Motorola Xoom, the much anticipated Google Android 3.0-based tablet unveiled during CES last month, will sport a price tag of about $800 and be available on...
Verizon, on the same day it began and then halted pre-orders for the iPhone 4, started airing an ad in which the Verizon Guy holds up an Apple smartphone and says, "Yes, I can hear you now."
More than a quarter of AT&T customers and about a quarter of Verizon customers say they are willing to wait in line on Feb. 10 to switch over to Verizon's iPhone.
All hail the Zuck: Facebook CEO Zuckerberg appears on Saturday Night Live as The Social Network actor hosts.
Dan Kaminsky was pretty quiet last week considering there was a Black Hat security conference in DC, but maybe that's because his latest revelation isn't about IT security. It's about helping colorblind people to recognize the difference between colors such as red, green and brown.
Apple has added a page to its iTunes Store that reveals the top iPhone and iPad app downloads since the App Store opened in mid-2008.
Facebook movie 'The Social Network' won a whopping four golden globes on Sunday night.
The simple yet sophisticated nervous system cells in the bodies of fruit flies are being used as a model that could improve wireless sensor networks and distributed computing.
Boy Genius Report has published an exclusive look at a new RIM BlackBerry smartphone dubbed the Dakota that strikes a resemblance to the original BlackBerry Bold.
A Sophos IT security consultant has issued a warning not to fall prey to malware that uses a PowerPoint presentation demonstrating sexual positions from the Kama Sutra
Google (NSDQ: GOOG) is urging youths ages 13 to 18 to take part in a worldwide science fair that will be hosted by the search giant online.