A team of French scientists has created an artificial heart that's part machine and part ... cow? Could the team's new development help save lives around the world?
Mark Shuttleworth, founder of Ubuntu, a free open-source operating system, recently said that the combined market share of Apple's iOS and Google's Android has finally dethroned Microsoft as the world's largest OS provider. Is he right?
Yahoo has landed in hot water with one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world, British Telecom, for a hacking attack which has compromised the security of some 6 million customers. No surprise then, that BT is ending their 10-year marriage with Yahoo.
Tesla co-founder Elon Musk said he won't leave his electric car company until it accomplishes one of his biggest goals: creating a affordable, quality, electric sedan for under $40,000 — something which could happen in the next three to four years.
Both the U.S. and China have agreed to sit down and have a nice chat about cyber-espionage. The talks likely won't change anything in the short term, but they could establish a new cyber-etiquette between the nations.
The next generation of gaming console may be just around the corner, but what about the next generation of gaming laptops? Well, MSI has you covered with its GT70 Dragon Edition.
The Camino web browser has officially shut down after spending ten years on the market. But, the Camino team's loss is the web's gain.
Apple's two-step verification system has a major problem: it doesn't protect user data. That's right, the tech giant's security feature may prevent children from making unauthorized purchases, but it'll do little to prevent a hacker from destroying your online life.
Much has been said about Motorola's password pill, but the company is also advocating the use of an electronic tattoo to replace passwords, and render two-step verification security measures useless.
Google said the company won't approve of any facial recognition applications on their new Google Glass hardware. But is such an important decision even up to the Internet search giant anymore?
Hardware manufacturers are growing tired of being limited to Microsoft's ecosystem for PCs. Will Acer lead the desktop exodus from Windows to Android?
A new Kickstarter campaign promises to bring 3D printing to the home with an all-in-one 3D printing system. But will the printer be able to produce quality goods at low price?
Bitcoin's biggest exchange, Mt. Gox, just announced that it's limiting one of the virtual currency's biggest features: anonymity. Is it because fellow virtual currency Liberty Reserve just got raided?
A new camera sensor promises to capture more light than most of today's available light sensors, allowing for better photography in low-light conditions. The sensor is made out of graphene, one of the neatest materials available today.