A cube-shaped wedding cake is no big deal, but a Borg cube-shaped wedding cake is enough to make Trekkies everywhere want to get married.
In an instant-chat interview with The Economist, the group attacking sites that have offended WikiLeaks offer a glimpse into their "Star Trek" psyche.
Speaking at an event for the Google Lunar X Prize, Google co-founder Sergey Brin reiterates his company's position on a Microsoft-Yahoo union.
The Oak Ridge National Laboratory creates mobile, autonomous cyberrobot software called Untame to protect the United States' computer network infrastructure.
Microsoft has an offer open-source startups are having a hard time refusing. Should they?
'Teleglass' about to go on market in Japan
New version of "Teleglass" is far more discreet.
Scientists from China have installed a computer chip into a pigeon?s brain, allowing the bird to be remote controlled.
Latest anti-sleep devices take discreet form.
Some rather sleek-looking wireless headphones from Saitek -- they make you look like you've been absorbed into a cyber-race, and they sound pretty good too. Shame they feel like they're just about to fall off...