A Canadian computer science grad is mapping the way the human brain works to technology that will power a search engine for visual images to be launched mid next year.
Fresh from playing in the international friendly between LA Galaxy and Sydney FC, David Beckham was all smiles as he prepared to launch Motorola's latest RAZR.
Windows Mobile Gmail fans are getting antsy about a known glitch in the mobile e-mail offering that hasn't been fixed by Google in about a month.
UK-based trade mag MCV today reports that Brisbane-based developer Vile Studios is suggesting that an "appealing lifestyle looks set to lure US and European talent" to Australia in a capacity set "to rival current European, Japanese and American mark...
Samsung Electronics has developed an RFID (radio frequency identification) chip it hopes will turn mobile phones into more useful tools to tell people about the products and services they want.
A class-action lawsuit was filed against six monitor manufacturers on Tuesday, alleging the companies of being a "global cartel" involved in price-fixing of CRT monitors.
Imagine a passenger in your car that is never wrong with directions, keeps you in good spirits and will check your e-mail while you're driving. That vision of the future was presented by Nissan Motor at the Tokyo Motor Show 2007.
Samsung looks ready to make good on its plan to release a dual-format Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD player in time for the year-end holidays.
Nokia fell from first place to ninth and Nintendo placed last in the latest guide to green electronics from Greenpeace.
A large-scale, coordinated campaign to steer users toward malware-spewing Web sites from Google search results is under way, security researchers said Tuesday.
Webroot announced this week that will be teaming up with Email System, a software-as-a-service security provider, to deliver e-mail security services to enterprise users.
Microsoft is working on a fix for an eight-year-old flaw in Windows that lets hackers exploit a Web proxy autoconfiguration protocol and take over groups of machines via a single attack. Microsoft has yet to release the update it has been working on ...
Cisco late Monday confirmed that it is still experiencing problems with its Cisco.com Web site, portions of which have been inaccessible to customers and visitors for most of the day.
Hewlett-Packard is investing in wind and solar energy in the US and Ireland in an effort to reduce its carbon footprint globally.
An American man living in Mexico has been indicted for allegedly e-mailing in bomb threats to an airport in Texas.
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