Sony has jumped head first into the binoculars business with two high-tech models that allow users to record high-definition video from far, far away.
Yesterday, HP's webOS team held an emergency meeting to address what the hell might happen to webOS. Department head Stephen DeWitt didn't have any answers, claiming that a plan to make a plan was underway.
Commercial Space Station expects to welcome hotel guests in 2016.
Google's 'Nexus Prime' smartphone will allegedly arrive in October running the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system, just in time to do battle with Apple's rumored iPhone 5.
Running robot can reach speeds up to 6.8 miles per hour, but still can't outrun the average human.
Apple's rumored iPad 3 will come loaded with an ultra-high-resolution Retina display, and hit stores in early 2012, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Two new clips from the Doctor Who midseason premiere offer inside (literally) look at "Let's Kill Hitler!"
It sounds like Bioware and Electronic Arts are worried that Star Wars fanatics will descend on The Old Republic in massive numbers and send server performance into the Great Pit of Carkoon.
DARPA is looking to make starships a reality. The US defense organization is awarding a $500,000 grant to one organization willing to take on a 100-year research project for humanity's future.
In an effort to impove customer service and efficiency aboard flights, British Airways is trialing the use of iPads with its cabin crew.
If you have ever eaten at a Morton's Steakhouse, you will understand the delicious nature of this social media-inspired act of customer service.
Star Wars coins being introduced in November on the tiny South Pacific island of Niue will be legal tender.
Foursquares' new feature will formalize major events, allowing users to show-off specific event destinations and view details at venues
Reports suggest that Research in Motion, maker of BlackBerry smartphones, will launch its own music streaming service within the next couple of weeks.