One is easier on the lungs, one on the planet, and two use compounds from fireworks. Any one of these being tested by the US Army could replace the WWII-era smoke grenades still in use.
Internet advocacy group accuses Motion Picture Association of America of being less concerned about stopping piracy than it is about controlling innovation.
Sony reckons protestors unwittingly provided a smokescreen for cyber thieves to launch the cyberheist that netted unknown wrong'uns data on more than 100 million of its users.
Tribute to the vehicle from the 1989 Batman film comes complete with a suite of functioning crime-fighting gadgets.
Analyst says three unidentified US banks have been hit with "low powered" DDoS attacks to cover fraudulent wire transfers.
Indie developer Phil Fish has announced the cancellation of Fez II and his retirement from making games after a vicious Twitter argument with game critic Marcus Beer.
The dustup over a YouTube app for Windows Phone serves as a reminder: consumers always wind up as collateral damage in the skirmishing between big tech companies.
Lady Gaga's UK website has been hacked, with fans' personal information pinched. Universal Music says no passwords or financial details were taken.
The makers of the premium Jawbone Bluetooth headsets have released a new version called the Jawbone Era. It features multiprocessor architecture, serial flash, and a built-in accelerometer, a first in Bluetooth headsets.
Following Steve Jobs' open letter addressing Apple's stance on the controversy surrounding the lack of Flash in Apple's mobile products, Shantanu Narayen, CEO of Adobe, offered his rebuttal to The Wall Street Journal.