Singapore replaces the states in a listing of the top tech nations, but the real story may be the high scores of Iceland, Finland, Denmark and Sweden.
Saab shows off a new convertible concept at the 2008 Paris Motor Show.
Jabbing at Google's elaborate Chrome speed test, Opera counters with low-tech browser video involving potatoes and kinetic energy.
The company, a leader in multi-room wireless audio, is going upscale with a stylish subwoofer that retails for $699 and delivers booming bass.
Urbanears is a Scandinavian start-up that realizes headphones are for more than just music, as they've become a lifestyle fashion accessory.
A Danish court orders an Internet service provider to block access to one of the world's largest BitTorrent search engines.
But in Capitol Hill testimony on Wednesday, Victoria Espinel fails to provide enough details for some lawmakers on how she plans to get the job done.
Peter Sunde says Pirate Bay founders are re-launching SuprNova to prove to MPAA that torrent sites can't be shut down.
Some enterprising hackers have rooted the Barnes & Noble Nook, giving them unrestricted access to the underlying Android operating system. Black and white tablet FTW!