Inventor of the self-service checkout not included.
Warner Music boss named the richest in the UK, so the music industry's doing OK for some.
PLUS! a 5-metre HDMI cable for £4.49, 8-pack of rechargeable Duracells for £6.58, sports headphones for under £15, and much more.
Over the weekend at an event held by the World Cube Association, Collin Burns set a record-breaking 5.253-second run at completing everyone's favourite frustration toy, the Rubik's Cube. Read more...
"It was better back in my day, when the world was grey, the Ripper was on the loose and you could get cockles out of the arse-end of a horse drawn cart."
BAE Systems have adapted Formula One's 'Active Dampening' systems to boost the efficiency of the CV90 family of tanks.
It's Monday lunchtime again, and you know what that means: it's time for this week's selection of mobile apps. We've got Listen to Wikipedia, updates to Moovit, Virgin Trains' Ticket Wallet, and many more.
Just what exactly are people looking to buy in the Middle East, Russia or West Africa?
This picture shows SpaceX preparing its Falcon 9 rocket for launch at Cape Canaveral later today. If all goes well — and currently there’s a 60 per cent chance of favourable weather — the launch will take place during a 90-minute window which starts at 22:14 GMT. Read more >
Cue teenage girls trying to make cross-universe teleporters out of hairdryers and their dad's discarded iPhone 3.
PS1TW!!! Wait, hang on a sec...
Remembered Twitter password to stand up for new streaming app.
Apparently there is no place for flatulence in Apple's ecosystem.
The Nepalese earthquake caused Base camp to be hit by what appeared to be an enormous wall of snow.
Most iceberg-forming videos show the violence of glaciers calving, the groaning as thousands of tonnes of ice tip into the sea. But this sequence of photos from NASA’s satellites reveal a far more stately process: the birth of a 17-mile iceberg. Read more >
Using either donation systems, or open-source mapping tools, could really help those affected.