Microsoft was granted a patent covering the Photosynth app, which enables iOS users to view 3D landscapes that have been created via a mesh of 2D images.
Kim Dotcom may be one of the last people on this planet who would be - at least at this moment - entrusted with the task of stopping copyright infringements and digital piracy.
Jason Kilar, one of the most visible luminaries in the streaming media industry, announced that he will be leaving Hulu during the first quarter of this year.
Polaroid said it will be opening "experiental" stores that will allow consumers to turn their digital pictures into "cherished pieces of art".
Apple continues to win awards as the best application storefront for mobile devices, but there are now a few chinks in the chain.
Zynga's cost-cutting has extended from layoffs to actual products. 11 games got the axe and players are asked to move on.
Lycos once was one of the world's pre-Google big search engines next to Yahoo, Excite, HotBot and Altavista.
TorrentFreak said it discovered static IPs leading back to Paramount Pictures, Warner Bros., Disney, Sony Pictures und 20th Century Fox among shared movie downloads on BitTorrent.
Instagram has caused quite a stir with a quiet change to its terms of service, which now allow the company to share your content as well as user information with "affiliates" and "advertisers".
According to survey results released by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), 62 percent of online consumers interested in learning more about home automation said that they they primarily look at safety and security such technology can provide.
NASA said it has funded a new weather forecast system developed by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) that can help airplane pilots avoid major storms.
Researchers from the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), the NASA Glenn Research Center, and National Security Technologies have developed a fission reactor prototype they believe could be used as power generator on future space flights.
Forget slander. Your simple presence on Facebook during your work time may be considered a federal crime.
For those who experienced the fight against Napster more than a decade ago, last week's appearance of Napster's Sean Parker and Metallica's Lars Ulrich was a surreal experience.
The recent released of a PS3 hack compelled Sony to reminds its customers that the use of such software is a breach of contract and violation of "Terms of Services and User Agreement" for the PSN and SEN.
Nokia says it has entered into a partnership with Mozilla and intends to support the upcoming Firefox OS with a maps application.
Google released a major update for Earth. Now in version 7, the application comes with sightseeing tours as well as new 3D imagery that replaces Earth's legacy 3D image data.
George Lucas will not be keeping all of the $4.05 billion he will receive from Disney for Lucasfilm for himself.
We typically only hear about missile launches that are designed to demonstrate a certain attack capability over certain ranges.
ESO has released a 9-gigapixel image of the central part our galaxy that shows more than 84 million stars. It is the largest picture ever taken of the Milky Way.
TV operators may be facing an increasingly difficult challenge as consumers are considering ditching pay TV in favor of online video sources.