LimeWire has been kaput as a file-sharing service since October but that hasn't stopped its legal woes. Now, after settling with the RIAA to the tune of £66 million, the MPAA and a host of indie music labels have filed lawsuits against the company as well. Talk about beating a dead horse.
The new Canon IXUS 510 HS will be the first Canon camera with built-in Wi-Fi capabilities. That means you'll be able to wirelessly upload photos to the internet as well as to transfer media directly to mobile devices.
Cheerful, Apple spokesman aficionado John Gruber talks about four tweets that, according to him, "may" indicate an incoming Apple hardware upgrade, perhaps the introduction of new Retina Display-level Macs or displays. Given his intimate relationship with Apple, you better listen up to his "wishful thinking."
Nikon's new D800 SLR is a study in expectations and identity. Laid bare, the £2400 D800 is an impressive camera. But it's probably not the D800 that a lot of Nikon fans have been waiting for — what some feel they'd been virtually promised.
We knew there was water in abundance in Mars, but we never saw its ocean. This is it, as uncovered by strong new evidence found over the course of two years by the MARSIS radar on board ESA's Mars Express.
Even the most mundane objects and experiences seem to become totally amazing up in space. Like, say, this knitting needle that's been charged with static electricity interacting with tiny droplets of water. Combine the electric charge with the velocity of the droplet, and the result is a gravity-like orbit of the water around the needle.
Okay, my rave days are long, long over. But I still want some of these EmazingLights gloves that the dude in this video has (who is apparently and unfortunately named Skidz) because I'm sure they would blow my one-year-old's mind.
Getting stuck in an elevator's rare, but you'd assume the experience would fall somewhere between the opening of Speed and a late-night made-for-TV flick. A Chicago man turned it into Groundhog Day when, after being rescued from one elevator, he promptly got stuck in another on the way back down to safety.
Days fly by no matter what, and if you're the type of stressed-out person who's always counting every second, sometimes a watch just makes you feel worse. Denis Guidone's "Sometimes" watch is intentionally disorienting, which might actually ameliorate your anxiety.
I'm really sorry suit trouser tracksuit, but there's only room in my heart for one amazing invention at a time, and you've just been replaced by these brilliant Free Key rings that open with a simple press.
Android apps such as Jetpack Joyride, Madden NFL 12, Pinterest and Batman Arkham City Lockdown are rife with malware. But these aren't the official apps. No, they're merely impostor apps that have snuck past the security gates of the Android Market.
That red thing flying next to the F-16 is an MQM-107D Streaker, a target drone that was developed in the 1970s for the US Army. The North Koreans have bought several of them from Syria, and they are now using them to build unmanned attack drones loaded with high explosives.
Iron Man's HUD display is one of the cooler effects in sci-fi movies, and Google X is apparently pretty darn close to cramming similar tech in a pair of glasses you can buy in the real world.
When your society has inhabited a small, remote island for countless generations and boasts a population of only 300,000, the odds of having sex with a relative are significant. Luckily, Icelanders now have a handy tool to avoid family-sex.
Three years ago, Ars Technica discovered that when you "deleted" your photos, they were still kept on Facebook's servers, and anyone with a static URL could still access it.