In one of the weirder, more curious ads for any gadget ever, Nokia paints a nostalgic picture of, well, hair and its Lumia 2520 tablet.
Internet engineers have known for at least 13 years how to stop major distributed denial of service attacks. But thanks to a combination of economics and inertia, attacks continue. Here's why.
Purported chunks of the meteor that streaked over the Siberian sky last week are going for hundreds or thousands of dollars on eBay and Russian classifieds sites.
Nanotech fosters another big medical breakthrough: a Viagra patch. The high-tech drug delivery system promises faster acting, longer-lasting doses.
The FDA has just approved the Viberect, a gadget designed to overcome erectile dysfunction issues without the need for popping pills.
Yesterday, a story broke that Android developers get your full name and email address when you purchase an app. Before you panic, it's not a bug.
New social network Google+ is already the subject of a spam campaign that leads unwitting recipients to an online vendor of Viagra.
In the psychological evolution of Google products for people who rely on them every day, convenience regularly trumps privacy concerns. Are you cool with that?
HTC reckons that you want thin smart phones rather than long-lasting batteries.
Siri can tell you where to find dope or an escort, or where to bury a body, but not where to find birth control or abortion services.