We could well be about to see a blanket ban on easy access to usenet archive site Newzbin, with the Motion Picture Association now asking another two UK ISPs to restrict access to the popular download resource.
As if the tablet-based controller concept of Wii U wasn't bonkers enough, Nintendo is also considering bringing crazy touchscreen nonsense to the original Wii, revealed by a patent for a strange clip-on Wii Remote touchscreen.
All those packages you get from Jersey and Guernsey will soon cost a bit more, thanks to the government giving in to EU demands to stop businesses in the Channel Islands skipping charging VAT on small purchases.
Nvidia has today officially announced its imminent Tegra 3 mobile chipset, with the quad-core processor previously known as "Kal-El" being sold as more powerful and 61 per cent more efficient. Nvidia says it'll manage 12 hours of average HD playback.
Fans of gadget fire sales might soon be able to pick up some cheap going-out-of-business Olympus equipment, as the troubled camera maker has admitted to cooking the books for decades. And another senior manager has been sacked.
Microsoft's already signed licensing deals with many of the top Android phone makers, now it's turning to upcoming budget manufacturer Huawei for a slice of its Android income overly hotly-contested smartphone patents.
"Hotels around the world have it, so why wouldn't we?" is what Michael O'Leary, boss of budget airline Ryanair, says about in-flight porn. Joining the mile high club might be about to get a lot quicker and easier.
Is it flattering to have people mistake you for Julian Assange? That's what happened to Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, who confused UK border controls when they thought the Wikipedia man was notorious international man of mystery Assange.
Full details of the route the Olympic Torch will take as it criss-crosses the country on its way to London 2012 have been revealed, with The Flame set to pass through a part of Milton Keynes known as Bletchley Park.