In a bid to expand its viewing base and make old programming available to more people, the BBC has decided to release some of its popular older shows over BitTorrent.
A controversial proof of a 102-year-old mathematical puzzler has taken the top spot on the journal Science's annual list of scientific breakthroughs.
The world's smallest construction site is taking shape in a laboratory in Switzerland, thanks to the development of new welding techniques that work at scales of a billionth of a metre.
Low-cost femtocells could emerge as an attractive alternative to voice over Wi-Fi (VoFi) in future homes, according to research firm Strategy Analytics.
The ASP (average selling price) for large-size LCD panels continued to drop in the second half of December, according to research firm WitsView Technology.
Samsung Electronics has announced its 3-megapixel CMOS image sensor (CIS) with a 1/4" lens aperture for ultra slim camera phones.
Samsung Electronics was the top LCD TV manufacturer with a 13.2% share of the market in the third quarter of 2006, closely followed by Sharp.
Organic - or carbon-based - transistors are not new and can be used to design flexible computer displays, RFID tags and sensors.
Stun guns could soon be able to deliver a disabling shock even to recipients wearing insulating clothing.
Prices for 42" LCD TVs are likely to drop to US$999 by the end of 2007 in North America, according to LCD TV makers amid heated competition in the TV market.
Hynix Semiconductor today introduced a family of components and high capacity modules based on its 60 nm-made 1 Gbit DDR2 DRAM chips.
Using software to analyze images is not new. In fact, it's almost a mature technology. But there are still issues to solve, especially when you need to analyze images in real time.
NASA's planned moon base announced last week could pave the way for deeper space exploration to Mars, but one of the biggest beneficiaries may be the terrestrial energy industry.
Microsoft released an update to Windows Vista that will shut down unauthorized versions of the OS that allow users to skip the product's activation system.
Even Microsoft founder Bill Gates finds it easier to "just buy a CD and rip it" than grapple with the copyright protection used by online music stores.