The Large Hadron Collider won't be smashing any protons for at least two months as a magnet failure is repaired.
The Identity Theft Enforcement and Restitution Act has passed Congress and is on its way to the President to be signed into law.
Apple is recalling some iPhone adapters because some are prone to breakage, the company announces.
Samsung is making its first foray into the subnotebook market with a machine that sports a full-size keyboard, which is covered in silver ion to be antibacterial.
In a new blog dedicated to his personal life, Sergey Brin revealed that he has a rare genetic mutation that may lead to the onset of Parkinson's Disease later in life.
iLuv's new iSP100 portable speaker system runs off three AAA batteries and offers 720-degree surround sound.
Using Kleer wireless audio transmission technology, the Jet Stream cuts headphone cords without resorting to Bluetooth.
When T-Mobile rolls out the first Android phone, it will also also be introducing 3G data services in 20 new U.S. markets.
As if anyone needed more evidence of Google's dominance of Internet search: comScore finds Google accounted for 63 percent of U.S. searches in August.
What do you get when a guy used to slapping Ferrari logos on products makes an iPod dock and streaming sound system? A $1500 block of billet aluminum.
Cisco has announced a deal to acquire messaging and "presence" company Jabber to beef up its Internet communication products.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has files a lawsuit on behalf of AT&T customers to end ongoing government monitoring of customers' phone and Internet records.
Google has been speculating on how online search will develop over the next decade, and cloud computing and Internet connectivity will be important factors.
The group called Anonymous has hacked into Sarah Palin's Yahoo account and posted the mails it found in Wikileaks.
Google is teaming with GE to develop a "smart" electric grid and promote the development of clean energy.