The Traxxas XO-1 is just 27 inches long, but draws from full-scale supercar technologies to hit speeds of 100 MPH.
Researchers at North Carolina State University (NCSU) have published a paper which details differences in Android security across eight models.
Acer and Lenovo have apparently scheduled the launch of their quad-core Tegra 3 tablets for the first quarter of next year.
Apple may have a market cap of nearly $350 billion, but it should be much higher, claims Andy Zaky in a passionately worded blog post.
Facebook is shaking up the common theory of six degrees of separation. Kevin Bacon is closer than ever.
Nintendo is finding itself in financial trouble as the company has not an effective tool to halt the decline of its console shipment numbers.
An gem in the IT patent landscape surfaced last week. The USPTO reissued U.S. patent 6,956,564 to Apple.
There have been some questions why Amazon can sell its Kindle Fire for just $199 and there has been speculation that Amazon may be taking a loss with every Fire sold. IHS seems to confirm those rumors.
IP company LVL Patent Group has filed nine patent infringement suits against a total of 120 defendants primarily in the wireless and communications industry.
Android continues to be a gold mine for Microsoft. ViewSonic and Acer are the latest two companies to have signed patent licensing agreements with Microsoft.
Future movies may be using a different type of motion capture technique than we are used to today. rather using a camera to record the motion of a person or object, actors may be wearing numerous outward-facing cameras on a body suit.
More than 201,000 people in the United States have been sued over illegal file sharing activity using BitTorrent since the beginning of 2010, according to a post published by Torrent Freak.
Researchers at the University of Washington have developed a software that can animate a face in a picture and create the impression of a movie.
A group of students and professors at the University of Michigan have developed Telex, a software that could allow users to break through a government-level censorship of websites.
While telling its shareholders that it has made substantial investments to increase the production volume of Apple products, Foxconn dropped a note that Apple products are "very difficult to make", according to a report published by Bloomberg.
We are hearing there is no possible way to make a single step on the Computex show floor without tripping over a new tablet.
During their Q1 conference call, Google's executives discussed their Chrome strategy, which provided plenty of answers, if you were wondering why Google is putting so much focus on a product that is given away for free.
As of this morning, we know that Mozilla has pulled in the launch of Firefox 5 by one week to June 21 and announced two versions of a versioning system as well as a renamed developer channel.
Google may have simple been tired of lawsuits that are being filed against it. Fortunately, the company is sitting on a pile of cash to deal with this problem: It simply buys patents.
Market research firm IHS iSuppli has taken a new CDMA iPhone 4 apart and found that the device does not only fix the antenna reception issue, but is also prepped for LTE 4G and cheaper to manufacture.
You may not think much of SMS messages hitting your phone every day, but two researchers revealed earlier today at a hacking conference in Berlin, Germany, that SMS could be used to attack and shut down individual cell phones or an entire carrier network.