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Incidents of copper theft have skyrocketed in recent months as the price of the ductile metal continues to significantly increase in value.?? read more
If you were thinking eBooks wouldn't eventually kill off those heavy textbooks, you were wrong. Well, at least partly wrong. read more
The U.S. government is suing former NASA astronaut Edgar Mitchell for attempting to sell one of two cameras from the Apollo 14 lunar module Antares. read more
Despite his powerful gift of the gab, Nvidia’s Roy Taylor fell just short of winning CES’s prestigious “Last Gadget Standing” award for the firm’s sleek looking Tegra Tablet on Friday, as D-Link’s Boxee Box and Showwx’s Laser Pico Projector took joint first place.
Shivering in a UK county that's only two degrees Celsius colder than the South Pole, I'm beginning to think that on the whole I'd rather be in Las Vegas.
Unmanned, remotely operated military drones are either loved and hated in almost equal measure, depending on who you ask, of course.
Just when you thought the iPad was the coolest item in your electronics arsenal, the iPad2 comes along and all of a sudden, the original iPad isn't as feature-rich as it seemed before.
Don't go running out to buy Nvidia's Geforce 3D Vision pack because the price just came down, unless you happen to own a specifically equipped 3D computer.
It's official! Apple's iPad 2 pwns and owns the competition - at least when it comes to raw graphics horsepower.
Financial analyst Piper Jaffray says that most iPad 2 buyers are new users - a whacking 70 percent, in fact. However, it says, some 65 percent have an iPhone already, so aren't entirely new to the world of joy that is Apple. Piper Jaffray...Show More Summary
European consortium Crisp says it's created a self-testing and self-repairing chip that can test cores and connections, with a resource manager dynamically assigning the chip’s tasks to fault-free parts.
Earlier this week, Intel said reports of MeeGo's unceremonious death at the hands of Nokia and Microsoft had been greatly exaggerated.
A British company has created a bike that, it says, could be grown at home by consumers too lazy to go to the store.
AMD has launched its long-awaited Antilles (Radeon HD 6990) graphics card, which routinely scores a screaming P11865 during 3DMark11 benchmark sessions.
Apple will be removing a number of third-party peripherals, hardware, and software from its retail stores, in order to make more room for employees to sit down with customers and set up their newly purchased Mac computers.
Have you ever wondered what a robotic clone would look and feel like? Well, meet Geminoid DK, the robot of nightmares for Automatonophics throughout the galaxy.
JVC is betting you would prefer to watch a lot more 3D content than is currently available on TV or in movie theaters.
Intel, like many other industry heavyweights, believes we are navigating towards a cyber future that will be heavily dominated by Cloud-based computing.
The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) is warning people that they should turn off electronic gadgets an hour before bedtime, following a survey showing that they can keep you awake at night.
The U.S. Navy recently issued a proposal to build "a coordinated and distributed swarm of micro-robots" whose main function will be to create "novel materials and structures."