A UK firm today unveiled plans for a service that allows members of the public to send pictures of antisocial behaviour to local authorities using mobile phones.
Communications networks remain largely intact, but mobile and fixed-line phone networks are severely congested.
Two-thirds of U.S. college students see nothing unethical about downloading digital copyrighted files without paying, a survey found.
US space agency (Nasa) scientists are celebrating after seeing a probe crash into the heart of a comet.
For doodlers who can't get enough etching and sketching at home, Etch-A-Sketch is coming to a cell phone.
The Florida LambdaRail Network -- the next-generation Internet with 100 times the capacity of the previous system -- has gone live at 10 Florida universities, moving information at 10 gigabits per second.
A voice-operated computer assistant is set to be used in space for the first time on Monday its operators hope it proves more reliable than "HAL", the treacherous speaking computer in the movie 2001.
Fourteen U.S. states have passed laws limiting municipal broadband services, with large Internet providers lobbying against city-offered services. Two U.S. senators have jumped into a growing debate about whether cities should be allowed to create tax-funded broadband services, with the two introducing a bill that would prevent states from outlawing municipal broadband projects.
Smart homes in which a single button controls lighting, heating, security, music, film - everything digital - has long been promised, but has never quite delivered... until now?
With oil prices hitting new highs, venture capitalists are considering a kind of car you can plug into your home power outlet at night. And one person they'll be hearing from soon is Palo Alto's Felix Kramer.