The BBC is carrying out another tech test of its 3D broadcasting abilities, only this time it's also sticking the end results up on iPlayer -- so owners of internet connected 3D TVs can enjoy the footage as well.
Today is the last day those of you in London will see the notorious 'Bendy Bus' in service, with the fleet of articulated people carriers being taken out of service after one final Friday night of ferrying drunk people home.
The director of the newly launched Government Digital Service project has revealed that one in five calls to government helplines were triggered by failed attempts to use official web sites, costing the UK taxpayer nearly one billion pounds.
The UltraViolet "Digital Library" film service is launching in the UK after Christmas, giving us yet another way to buy, stream and eventually download films. Only this time, you own the rights to watch them again and again, for life.
We're not entirely sure why this is happening, or what it's designed to promote, or if the internet will be able to cope with the excitement. But Lionel Blair will be resurrecting his charades career at 12:00pm today, with bored office workers able to watch Lionel's mimes and tweet in their answers, live. [Lionel Blair's Twitter Christmas Charades]
Zynga's popular mobile word puzzle game has earned itself the sort of publicity money can't buy, with actor Alec Baldwin preferring to get himself kicked off an American Airlines flight than stop playing Word With Friends.
If you have a passing interest in the life of Alan Turing and the great innovations he was responsible for, there's some small way you can help -- signing a petition to have him pardoned of his "crime."
British athlete James Ellington is about to appear on eBay. This isn't the usual case of a disgruntled fan selling him as a joke -- it's James' attempt to raise sponsorship money to help fund his appearance at the London 2012 Olympics.