Famous hacker George Hotz is rumored to have left Facebook and was recently seen at a Backplane hackathon.
Poker-face pop megastar has made an online home for all her little monsters so they can share their mutual ga-ga-ness for Gaga.
Simpsons fans in Los Angeles are meeting up today to kick off the Ultimate Fan Marathon Challenge in an effort to beat the world record for consecutive TV watching, currently set at 86 hours, 6 minutes, and 41 seconds. On today's show, we'll discuss the challenge and propose one of our own that may be a little more difficult to achieve.
Qualcomm acquires a display tech company that may help it advance its development of mirasol displays for smartphones and tablets.
You're being lied to everyday, and it's only getting worse. If there's anything we've learned, it's that there are lies, damn lies and product specs.
The pop star and the Google honcho have invested in Backplane, a startup run by Gaga's manager that focuses on musical artists and sports teams, according to The New York Times.
At a developers conference in Redmond, the software maker also touts coming improvements to Windows Azure as well as momentum for Windows Phone.
At Ceatec, Hitachi Displays unveils a prototype display, developed with a U.S. company, that uses microelectromechanical systems, or MEMS, technology.
Microsoft tries -- again -- to bribe users to Bing it while Blockbuster goes bankrupt and Blackberry bets on BlackPad. Also: Blogger bounced from bar. Bye!
EMC has unveiled a vision for globally federating data, essentially a cache for storage across wide area communication links.