A blog on a site promoting Al Gore's climate change documentary, An Inconvenient Truth, has been hacked by penis pill-promoting spammers.
A suspected arson at a Manchester electricity substation left thousands of Virgin Media customers without TV and broadband for several hours overnight.
IBM will provide extra processing power to the US Department of Energy (DOE)'s Argonne National Lab, quintupling Argonne's power to 556 trillion floating point operations per second (teraflops)by using Blue Gene/P supercomputer tech.
UK astronomers have discovered that the material flowing out of newborn stars contains a coiled, spring-shaped magnetic field.
The staple diet of cook-phobic carboholics is about to become more expensive, as pizza-peddler Domino's has warned the cost of ingredients is rocketing.
The shoot of the second X-Files movie will kick off on 10 December in Vancouver, 20th Century Fox has announced.
European targets for use of biofuels will make life worse for some of the poorest people on the planet, according to a report from charity Oxfam.
Miscreants have released a sophisticated Trojan into the wild that targets Mac users, according to Intego, a company that markets security software that runs on OS X.
Florida prosecutors have decided not to pursue Andrew "don't tase me, bro" Meyer through the courts if he keeps his nose clean during 18 months probation.
The European Commission has publicly questioned whether the UK's top telecoms regulator has any idea what he's talking about when it comes to, er, telecoms regulation.
Aren't you glad you're not getting all the government you pay for now?