An update to the Google Earth ocean-floor-mapping algorithm eliminates a grid-like pattern that some suspected might be the mythical lost city of Atlantis.
MegaUpload founder Kim DotCom, allegedly worth more than $200 million, looks to be stuck in a New Zealand prison cell over fears he's a flight risk.
German court tosses Apple-proposed sales ban on Samsung tablets and smartphones, says Apple likely to lose touch screen patent.
A new program allows neuroscientists to translate brain waves into recognizable words.
Want to wave your arms or kick your legs in front of your laptop? Asus is working to make it so.
A new tool, allegedly released by Anonymous, unwittingly ropes casual browsers into helping with distributed denial of service attacks.
Microsoft acknowledges Xbox 360 video playback issues, says it's working on a fix.
Developer Irrational Games announces news hardcore difficulty mode, implies it'll involve more than just a hit point boost for bad guys.
BioWare says it'll release a Mass Effect 3 demo for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 (including Kinect support) next month.
Take-Two announces two-month Max Payne delay, says it'll force the company to take a net loss on its fiscal year.
Sony's director of hardware marketing spins the PS Vita's post-launch sale slump as a supply problem, says satisfaction with handheld 'is really high'.
Sony's Kaz Hirai tells roundtable we won't see a new PlayStation this year, end of story.
Microsoft's Kinect for Windows bundle will be available in 12 countries next month, but you'll pay nearly twice what the Xbox 360 version costs.
Sony says the PS3 is in its halcyon phase and that it's not so much so much as 'contemplating' talking about its next console at this point.