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Sony tired of losing money on TVs, plots revamp

Sony wants to change how it produces TVs in order to end its eight straight years of losing money on selling TVs.

Home Theater

Asus quad-core keyboard tablets coming this year?

Bucking the trend of manufacturers disappointed with tablet sales, Asus is excited about the tablet market and plans to introduce several more tablets by the end of the year, including a new Eee Pad Transformer that may run on Nvidia's quad-core Kal-El…

Android Army

Apple may launch video streaming service called iTunes Replay

Apple may have a "secret" video streaming service in the works, according to market analysts and other reports.


RIM debuts 3 new BlackBerry touch phones to compete with the iPhone (pictures and specs)

In another attempt to better compete with fierce competitors, Android and iOS, RIM today unveiled three new touchscreen phones, including a new torch that has no QWERTY keyboard at all, looking more like an Android phone than a BlackBerry. The new devices all…


Scientists create another glow-in-the-dark dog

A South Korean team has developed a beagle that glows green using genetic manipulation.

Cool Tech

Watch this Lithuanian city’s mayor crush an illegally parked car with a tank

A new promo video shows the mayor of Lithuania's capital city crushing an illegally parked Mercedes.


With 25 million users, Google+ becomes fastest-growing social network

Since its launch in late June, Google+ has amassed more than 25 million users, according to comScore, making it the fastest growing social network of all-time.

Social Media

British government scraps plans to block P2P sites, legalizes ripping

The Digital Economy Act, which would have put pressure on ISPs to block pirate sites, is dead while ripping lives.

Cool Tech

Study of Internet Explorer users’ IQ was likely a hoax

Research showing low IQs for Internet Explorer users was fake, and so was the research firm that conducted it.


Apple fined by South Korea over iPhone tracking allegations

After previously settling a lawsuit over location privacy in the country, Apple has been officially slapped on the wrist.


UN among victims of biggest series of cyber attacks ever

Computer security specialists McAfee revealed on Wednesday it has discovered a number of cyber attacks in what it's calling "the biggest transfer of wealth in terms of intellectual property in history." The UN is among those hit.


Scotland Yard arrests another former editor of Murdoch’s defunct newspaper

Rupert Murdoch may be out of the media spotlight lately, but it seems that the News of the World scandal just claimed another previous employee. authorities have made another arrest in the phone hacking scandal.


Anonymous attacks PasteBin to test new DDoS attack tool

Anonymous sharpens their claws on PasteBin, testing a new DDoS tool to replace the current Low Orbit Ion Cannon


Cybercrime costs rise 56 percent in 2011 for companies

Cybercrime seems to be skyrocketing this year and more companies are finding themselves under-prepared for digital attacks. A new study highlights the rapidly rising costs of dealing with cyber-based attacks.


Space competition offers out-of-this-world prize

A competition launched in the US this week is offering one lucky winner a free space trip.