The country's first homegrown microprocessor could be used in Internet servers and routers.
12-year-old Aaron Hill has won a British competition asking teenage programmers to write software for the Raspberry Pi.
Computer-security researcher Eugene Kaspersky says he is testing control software that won’t run malicious code.
These days Hewlett Packard can’t do anything right. But, in particular, it really can’t do software.
Ever see an attractive person and wonder what he or she looked like naked?
The United States used U.S.-Israeli spy software to hack into the French presidential office earlier this year, the French cyberwarfare agency has concluded, according to the newsmagazine l’Express.
Mobile app development hit a major milestone today when Apple accepted its one-millionth — yes, one-millionth — app for sale in the App Store, further underscoring Cupertino’s lead in the apps space
A new Wii, a little bit like the last Wii, that gains a surprising amount from what sounds like a gimmick--even if every game doesn't take advantage of that.
IBM is developing a cognitive computing program under a DARPA program and just hit a major high.
It's like the trippy parts of A Space Odyssey for Google Chrome, basically.
HTML, or HyperText Markup Language, is the programming language used to display Web pages via an Internet browser
Is smartphone evolution at a standstill? Today's batch of phones have ultra-sharp displays, zippy performance, and great cameras. What's left? One man hopes that the next big thing will be infrared sensors.
Antivirus software entrepreneur John McAfee is reportedly on the run from the police in Belize.
In the summer of 1998, when Larry Page and Sergey Brin were drafting an official business plan for the company they hoped to build around their Google search engine, they asked Guido Appenzeller for a little help.
Make sure nobody will ever see your classified documents.
Google Maps' satellite view offers an easy way to virtually visit hard-to-reach spots around the world, from tropical islands to Antarctica.
Software turns English into synthesized Chinese almost instantly.
Apple is exploring how to drop Intel chips in favor of its home grown chips, Adam Stariano, Peter Burrows, and Ian King at Bloomberg report.
Ohio recently installed untested, uncertified software patches on ES&S voting machines in 39 counties, says liberal tabloid
Starships! Warp drive! Teleportation! "Star Trek" has given real scientists more futuristic technologies to strive for than any other piece of science fiction
Some states—including swing states—are more vulnerable to glitches that could tip the election. But the lack of a paper backup means such errors can go undetected.
Here’s the thing about contemporary rapid prototyping tools — while they’re rapid compared to sending your designs off to a factory, they still aren’t all that rapid.
Silicon can't keep up with our demand for smaller and faster chips, but IBM researchers may have found a way to continue accelerating chip performance with a whole new kind of transistor.
In November, Nintendo will release Wii U, the first update to the groundbreaking motion-controlled gaming console that took the industry by storm in 2006.
The notion that a home entertainment center must be in your actual home is antiquated.
Lately, Mike Janke has been getting what he calls the “hairy eyeball” from international government agencies.
AOL's problem is it largely depends on two declining sources of traffic, people who use AOL to get online and Web-based AOL.com email users.
They’ve been indicted by the U.S. government for conspiracy and briefly thrown in jail, but Kim Dotcom and his partners in the digital storage locker Megaupload have no intention of quitting the online marketplace.
The language, Dog, is designed to reduce the complexity of existing programming languages.
On Friday, a single mysterious program was responsible for 4 percent of all stock quote traffic and sucked up 10 percent of the NASDAQ's trading bandwidth. Then it disappeared.