Planes didn't fall from the skies and nuclear power stations didn't melt down, but it seems some Microsoft products weren't expecting the new decade.
New figures for browser share show that Google's Chrome browser has overtaken Apple's Safari for the first time.
President Obama recognized IBM and its Blue Gene family of supercomputers with the National Medal of Technology and Innovation.
Google has agreed to provide On Demand Books, the maker of the Espresso Book Machine, with immediate access to over two million public-domain titles in the Google digital files.
Leica has said that it will a launch the 'next generation' of Leica cameras during a live webcast on September 9.
A Mac security blog today raised the possibility that Friday's Snow Leopard upgrade to OS X may include anti-virus features.
Microsoft's trademark application includes more information about its upcoming move into retail - including a brand new logo.
The US Navy's The Naval Research Laboratory has completed a successful flight test of the fuel cell powered XFC (eXperimental Fuel Cell) unmanned aerial system.
It's been years in the hyping, but Toshiba's direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) could be arriving shortly.
Two hacktivists at DEFCON last week revealed details of a new type of automated World of Warcraft character that can level itself with human control.
From today, Facebook members can take pictures with either of the Nintendo DSi's cameras and upload their photos directly to their Facebook profile
Mozilla today announced that its Firefox web browser has now been downloaded over one billion times.
A report in Taiwanese newspaper Apple Daily has the country's leading gadget maker, Foxconn, in line to assemble Apple's new 3G tablet.
Scientists at Vanderbilt University, in Nashville have created a computer program that can drivers when you are yawning and could prevent road traffic accidents.
Path Group launches the third model in the new Headfunk range of personal audio products, the 'URBAN GUERILLAZ' headphones.
NASA will provide a unique audio 'time capsule' in observance of the fortieth anniversary of the first human landing on the moon.
Sony has announced the launch of the HDR-CX520VE, the world's first camcorder to reduce camera shake in three directions during video shooting.
The number of LTE next generation networks is set to grow significantly with the number of subscribers exceeding 100 million by 2014, according to a new report from Juniper Research.
The Chinese authorities have again turned on web giant Google in an effort to reduce access to pornographic material online.
Microsoft's freebie anti-virus app has lost its Morro codename in favour of the yawn-inducing (but presumably reliable-sounding) Security Essentials.
TomTom has joined forces with Twentieth Century Fox to bring the original voice of Homer Simpson to TomTom sat nav devices for the very first time.