In the ongoing quest to push processor performance, the key is being able to effectively shrink their component parts. A new transistor, based on a single atom, may go further than helping speed things up: it could shatter Moore's Law.
According to a screenshot of a survey sent to Coolsmartphone, Orange is going to launch the Orange London -- a Gorilla Glass-equipped 4.03-inch smartphone powered by a 1.6GHz Intel CPU at its heart.
Zeppelins are actually quite an impressive species of aeronautical engineering—you know, when they aren't on fire. That's especially true considering the level of technological prowess in the 1920's. Our friends at Oobject have assembled 12 shots of these magnificent air-borne cruisers before they ever lifted off.
26-year-old Glenn Mangham, who admitted hacking Facebook from within his bedroom at his parents' house in York, has been jailed for eight months. At least it now means he's moved out of mum & dad's house.
If you think about it, portable data storage is an incredible thing. Little USB sticks that you can cram, music, pictures and movies on to – and it’s small enough for you to carry around in your mouth. Yes, YOUR MOUTH.
Sky’s won the rights to broadcast F1, but it’s not just doing standard TV broadcasts; it’s rolling out a whole channel dedicated to F1 and it’s being backed up by a sweet-sounding iPad app that’s due to launch before the 18th of March.
The Anonymous hacking collective has been pretty busy of late protesting against copyright acts like ACTA. Recently it seems the group has been concentrating its firepower on Fridays in what it’s calling #FFF.
Poor little Corey Seymore, aged nine, suffered heart failure after an asthma attack in his home. Delays in the arrival of the ambulance, which were blamed on a faulty satnav device, were one of the reasons he died.
If, for some reason, you still use Google Latitude, you'll find you can now gain points for your check-ins, meaning you can be ranked on a global leaderboard. Yes, Latitude Leaderboards rips off another idea from Foursquare. The question is, though: who'll bother to use it?
Android favourite CyanogenMod, which brings exciting new versions of Android to phones either abandoned or not yet updated by their makers while also throwing more features into the mix, has acquired two new "Xeon-class boxes with lots of RAM" thanks to a public fundraising appeal.
If you thought Intel's Atom processor line was dead, think again: the company is launching a new version of the silicon, code named Rosepoint. Don't be too quick to dismiss it, either, because it sounds like the new mobile processor could mean business.
My computer takes too long to boot up. Around a minute and 18 seconds, to be precise(r). Which is why I want a solid state drive. But I don't want to pay £400 for 256 gigs of storage. Enter Seagate's Momentus X Hybrid drives, which promise near-SSD speeds, but with giant HDD storage—and not-so-giant prices.
Panasonic’s not the only Japanese electronics giant eyeing up the European phone market, as Fujitsu is set to launch a wide range of Windows Phone and Android smartphones and tablets in our waters at MWC next week.
Chinese mobile maker ZTE has revealed it'll be showing off two new Android models at next week's Mobile World Congress event, one of which we're pretty likely to see hit our shelves during 2012.
"Laughing at people talking about the internet decades ago" is one of our favorite video subgenres here at Gizmodo, and this specimen doesn't disappoint: a fatherly narrator explains the dangers of hackers. Look out! Your modem is under attack!