The iPhone 5S is getting closer to launch and if PayPal’s chief information security officer is to be believed, the new version will feature a...
Details of a 2011 incident report suggests than an iPhone may have caused interference with flight equipment onboard a regional airliner.
The worm which infected Iran’s uranium enrichment facilities in 2009 and 2010 may have actually increased Iran’s nuclear potential.
Figures suggest a whopping seven million adults in the UK have never connected to the internet. The majority of those are, as one might expect,...
Guerilla Games has talked about what it’s like to program on the PlayStation 4 and the news is good; it’s easy to work with.
War Thunder, an MMO for the upcoming PlayStation 4 has been revealed to have a holiday 2013 release date.
Internet connection between Syria and the rest of the world has been cut off according to a US web tracking firm, and phone lines into...
A construction company in need of crushed rock saw it fit to destroy one of Belize's largest pyramids for a road-building project.
An anti-piracy company in Canada has launched a moody website ripe with black and white photos which are being used without the original photographers' permission....
CFM International is using 3D-printed components in their jet engines, leading to an overall fuel efficiency increase of 15%
Researchers at Northwestern University have discovered a way to extract gold that uses cornstarch instead of a conventional, cyanide-based method.
Dust 514, the free-to-play shooter set in the EVE universe is now available as an exclusive PS3 title.
A new class action lawsuit is claiming that the iPhone 4 has a defective power button which Apple knew about but didn’t disclose during sale.
A new hardware stand by Square featuring a built in credit card swiper has debuted, letting you convert your iPad into a full-fledged register.
BlackBerry has just announced that the BlackBerry Messenger service will be launching on Android and iOS devices this summer.
Manufacturer Pirate3D has created a 3D printer capable of extrusion based printing at a cost consumers can actually afford.
BlackBerry’s CEO Thorsten Heins has just unveiled the BlackBerry Q5, a budget phone designed specifically for use in emerging markets.
Nvidia’s Android-based portable gaming system, the Shield, is finally taking preorders with a price tag of $349, to be released in June.
Despite earlier reports, an insider is now claiming that the release of Sony’s PlayStation 4 will not be delayed until 2014 for the European market.
A Pirate Bay user from Sweden previously fined is now facing jail time after being caught sharing 57 movies during a friend’s house search.