Here we go again.
It's been mentioned here and there before, but John Carmack confirmed its development in a Doom Classic update.
Apple is supposedly developing a radio application for the iPhone and iPod Touch, unlocking the dormant FM hardware.
John Carkack laid out the iPhone roadmap, announcing eight current and future titles...including a Rage-themed game.
We've all heard about iPods and even iPhones overheating. What most of us don't know that it appears Apple tries to keep these kinds of occurrences on the down low.
Chalk another one up for the Apple App scientists, as they have now rejected President Obama's HOPE poster for no apparent reason.
According to researchers at the University of St Andrews, the St. Andrews Air battery (STAIR) may be the ticket to a new era of laptops, mobile devices, and electric cars, discarding traditional chemicals and using air as a source of power.
Apple yesterday issued a warning to customers using its earbuds about a build up of static electricity that could result in a small electrical shock.
Not in the mood to hack the PSP? China Grabber offers a $90 clone that serves as an emulator, playing old classics found on Sega's MwgaDrive amd Nintendo's Famicom consoles.
With a just-released iPhone app and the USB Missile launcher, you too can terrorize co-workers without "theoretically" breaking the law.
What? Huh? There's Bluetooth in my touchy little iPod Touch? It's probably a given that many consumers had no idea the device has Bluetooth capabilities, remaining dormant... until now.
Is it an iPod Touch, or an iBomb? Apple is now facing a lawsuit regarding a boy's iPod Touch exploding in his pants. Is he sure that was Apple's device?
Could it be possible to recharge batteries in seconds rather than hours? Apparently, that's a definite "yes" according to MIT engineers after creating an electrical beltway.
Talk about entering cyborg territory: a Canadian filmmaker says that he plans to install a mini camera in his prosthetic eye.
While the PSP seems to be the black sheep of the current crop of gaming consoles (and apparently loved the least), there's quite a lot of buzz about its next incarnation, whether it's part of the x000 line or a sequel.
There's talk that Apple is gearing up to provide streaming video for iTunes users with a web-enabled device.
Amazon.com today introduced the company’s second generation electronic reader, the Kindle 2. The follow up from the company’s successful Kindle ebook reader offers customers a slim new design with longer battery life, faster page turns...
Rumors of the only satellite radio provider in North America increasing its rates have been confirmed. While certain included services will no longer be free as well. The company is advising customers to "lock in" now.
A recent article out of Brussels warns that young Europeans are in danger of damaging their ears by playing MP3s.
First Microsoft faces accusations of knowing about faulty Xbox 360 hardware before the consoles ever shipped, and now the company is facing another hardware-related crisis: Zune mass destruction.... or rather, the Zunepocalypse.