One Boob Built YouTube: How Nipplegate Changed the Way We Share Video

Think about it this way: If Justin Timberlake hadn't partially exposed one of Janet Jackson's nipples during that fateful Super Bowl halftime show, you wouldn't be able to watch all the nipples you'd like on your computer today. Read More >>

Should People be Allowed to Make Phone Calls on Planes?

There's been debate for years about whether people should be allowed to use their phones on planes. And with safety concerns diminishing, we've collectively moved on to other grievances: namely how annoying it will be to listen to five different phone conversations at once while trapped in a small, airborne pod. Read More >>

This Might Be the Nexus 5 Because It Looks Like That Leaked Nexus 5

This involves a meticulous combination of dots plus a mini-leap of faith but a LG phone with the name D820 just cleared the ranks of the US' FCC. Usually this wouldn't mean much to us but it does sort of, kind of look like the mysterious Nexus phone that popped up in the Android KitKat statue video that was pulled by Google. Read More >>

Google's Project Glass Is at the US FCC Office Awaiting Approval

Engadget has spotted an application for Google's Project Glass approval from the FCC in the US. It gives us a closer look at the heads-up display, and it might mean we aren't far from the release of the Explorer Edition developer units. After all, Google held its first hackathon last weekend in San Francisco, with another scheduled for this weekend in New York. Read More >>

There Is an Even Smaller, More Powerful Apple TV Incoming

According to a FCC filing, Apple has a smaller Apple TV in the works. What's weird is that it's not that much smaller than the current Apple TV — the small version would be 93.78 square millimetres as opposed to the current version's 98 square mm. It's even a little more powerful too. Read More >>

Sonos Sound Bar Hits the FCC and May Land in Your Living Room Soon

Sonos wireless sound systems might not be cheap, but their easily switchable, multi-zone design makes having wireless music throughout your house simple. In 2012, the company added a burly sub to its lineup of products, and from the looks of this FCC filing, a sound bar, called the Playbar, might drop soon. Read More >>

Electric Cars Are Crap, Aren't They?

Electric cars -- they're ugly, have rubbish range, and quite frankly are a snooze-fest (apart from the Tesla that is), or at least that's what you'd think. The RAC Future Car Challenge is attempting to change that perception, with awesome electric, hydrogen and random prototype eco-cars, but has it worked? I took part, joined by none other than the venerable Robert Llewellyn (aka Kryten from Red Dwarf, or Mr. Scrapheap Challenge) to find out. Read More >>

Google Staff Knew All Along About the Street View Data Breach

A report issued by the Federal Communications Commission reveals that the Google engineer responsible for collecting private information via wireless networks from Street View cars repeatedly told his colleagues about the controversial nature of what was happening. Read More >>

Belkin's iPhone Camera Remote Revealed

Like an older sibling who spoils the surprise ending of a movie, the FCC has revealed photos and details of Belkin's upcoming wireless camera remote for the iPhone. Except that in this case, the surprise is no Keyser Söze. Read More >>


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