Scientists have found that if you lean to the left, you think Michael Jackson had fewer number one hit singles than if you lean to the right or stand up straight.
A team of Columbia researchers say they've discovered an exploit involving the embedded systems found in printers in which hackers can gain control of the device and rewrite the firmware without anyone knowing, and then use that to steal information or potentially cause printers to catch fire.
The beauty of Ricoh's GXR modular camera system is that you're not stuck with the same sensor for the life of the camera. And starting next year, the company will introduce a new 16MP zoom option with an APS-C sensor.
Chainsaws have been used to clearcut forests and terrorise teenage summer camps, so Stihl is hoping to put them in a more friendlier light with their new electric model that swaps the cord for a sixty minute rechargeable lithium-ion battery.
The first non-Apple developed apps are starting to trickle through with proper iCloud document syncing. iA Writer for both Mac and iPad has bundled in iCloud sync between iOS and OS X allowing you push documents between the two platforms.
What do electric sheep dream of? My guess would be fields of lights like this — except, you know, edible.
Is it just me or does 5000 fps really make everything more awesome?
Motorola's fitness watch, GPS and music player mash-up, the MOTOACTV, will be available for Christmas shoppers in the UK from next month. But there's a catch -- it'll set you back £250 for the privilege.
As a culture, we've been slow to allow robots into our home. But it could be that we've just been waiting for the perfect robo-pal. Like, say, the Onion's TYSO, which stands guard during your most personal moments. NSFW reenactments ahead!
Christmas is almost here, and it’s got us all a-quiver for pretending we’re in a post-apocalyptic world, driving around the place and blasting our guns hither and thither.
In a rather unexpected about-face, Rolling Stone's parent company, Wenner Media, has announced that the iconic music magazine will soon be available on the iPad. But first, it's porting The Beatles: The Ultimate Album-by-Album Guide to Apple's tablet — like this week.
Popular US video streaming site Hulu might be about to move into Europe according to reports coming out of Germany, with TV executives said to be discussing options for its first official EU appearance.
Fans of Nokia's N900 should be pleased to see that an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich is in the unofficial pipeline. This 'pre-pre-alpha' build shows what's possible, if not very smoothly right now -- but it's a work in progress to be proud of. [YouTube via Engadget]
Twitter has acquired a company going under the name of Whisper Systems, which provides a way of encrypting mobile calls. As part of the deal, Whisper has pulled support for its existing products, leaving those who use them rather stuck.
The iPhone 4S is old news, so how about some new iPhone 5 rumours to chew through, or hunch over in pain at, depending on your love for Apple rumours. The iPhone 5,1 and Apple TV J33 have been exposed by beta firmware.