Using texts to inform people of major decisions is full of dangers, as the organizer's of the US Olympic hockey team just found out.
Canada's Hockey Robotics has developed a robot with a wicked slapshot that may help reduce the frequency of hockey sticks breaking.
Britain leads Europe -- in the number of government requests to Google for our information.
Fatigue Science offers a digital watch and wrist movement detector that tracks activity to calculate fatigue risk based on sleep levels.
According GameDaily, a Nintendo rep says that the company has no plans to have other colored versions of the Wii come out in the U.S.
For the first time, an ISP has been ordered to block a pirate site. But you can't block the CNET UK team when we podcast the latest tech news and views.
Chaos is in the air on The 404 today as the show welcomes longtime friends Allie and Kenley to the program. The gang discusses the Stanley Cup riots in Vancouver and much more.
CNET's Ina Fried bought a ticket on the street and managed to get caught up in Vancouver's hockey fever.
The software company wants the new president to use Windows Mobile to avoid the devilish Canadians. They better throw away all the Nokia phones too.
Facebook releases a set of images, displaying discussion of the swine flu outbreak across the site.