Muammar el-Gaddafi, the former dictator of Libya, was killed yesterday but the Libyans don't know what to do with his body just yet. Right now, Gaddafi is being stored in a room-sized freezer.
The Clyde and Forth Canal and the Union Canal in central Scotland were major commercial arteries from the time of their construction in the late 1780's up until the 1930's, when economic competition from motor vehicles overtook ferry transportation.
This video proves that if you get a group of friends together with a few helmet cams, video cameras, an ATV and a human slingshot, you'll have the time of your freaking life.
All those awesome shots you've put on Instagram have got to be good for something other than collecting internet dust, right? That is right, because now you can turn those photos into the coolest iPhone cases I've seen.
It's not known if they used the beefed up camera on the 4S or not, but in an interview with the Irish Film & Television Network, Oscar-nominated cinematographer Seamus McGarvey admitted that he filmed a couple of shots for The Avengers using an iPhone.
Brits aren't buying electric cars according to disappointing figures from 'plugged-in grant scheme'. That's not really a surprise considering how many are actually available in the UK, but only 106 were sold in the third quarter of 2011.
In a pretty sizable and scary (and weird!) security bug, Apple's Smart Cover can be used to unlock any iPad 2, even if there's a passcode on it. Here's how it works. And here's how to fix it.
BT's been having issues in London this morning with an outage caused by BT Stepney Green exchange. The broadband-blackout was only momentary, but has upset routers good-and-proper. If your BT-line fed broadband is on the fritz, a router reset should do the trick. [ZDnet UK]
Fancy yourself a bit of an amateur music producer? PocketLoops from GEAR4 turns your iPhone into a keyboard equipped portable loop-grinding machine.
“Oh, bollocks, he’s not breathing”, my colleague says. That’s my cue to swear, drop my radio in the passenger seat, and come running to help him. This particular motorcyclist is wearing a full-face helmet, and he needs a solid dose of CPR to keep him from popping his clogs.
We've heard this before -- mobile phones do/do not (delete where appropriate) cause cancer. I'm probably not in the minority in hoping it turns out to be on the 'do not' side. A large population study out of Copenhagen says they don't.
Huge news for Android users in the UK today -- Google has added Movies to the UK Android Market, to go alongside the Books service it launched a few weeks ago.
Sony has launched what it's calling the Sony Entertainment Network, a simpler new umbrella that wraps up its disparate music, video and gaming options into one package.
A Galaxy Nexus just too small for you? How about a 5.3-inch Galaxy Note instead, which will be available earlier than expected at the turn of the month, and will set you back £594 of your hard earned pay cheque. [Clove via TechRadar]