Nokia's introduction of its new ESeries smartphones was more than just another product announcement. It was an open declaration of war against Microsoft. With both of them squarely targeting the North American enterprise, this could be an absolutely fascinating battle.
If you plan to be anywhere in Europe, Africa or parts of western and southern Asia on Monday, Oct. 3, you will be treated to a solar eclipse.
The astronomers who claim to have discovered the 10th planet in the solar system have made another intriguing announcement: it has a moon.
For years, Microsoft has been able to use its money and size to muscle aside its competitors. Now it's facing a competitor it can't push around so easily -- Google.
In other Google news: Wireless overlord
We profile the shortlists for the Projects of the Year in the prestigious Computing Awards for Excellence 2005, to be hosted on 16 November in London.
Is technology making us smarter? Or are we lazily reliant on computers, and, well, dumber than we used to be?
The cell phone, which already plays music, sends and receives e-mail and takes pictures, is adding a steamier offering: pornography.
Japanese automaker Toyota has developed a safety technology that it says will keep the driver's eyes on the road.
New observations by the international Cassini spacecraft reveal that Saturn's trademark shimmering rings, which have dazzled astronomers since Galileo's time, have dramatically changed over the past 25 years.
A number of wireless carriers said this weekend they are starting to restore service in the New Orleans area in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, in some cases with generators on the roofs of hotels.