Sundays are about to become rather interesting again for a large chunk of the population from this weekend, as the new Formula 1 season gets underway in Australia. So what's new this year? And why are the cars all so bloody ugly nowadays?
Binero, the Swedish company that hosts the Pirate Bay's new Swedish domain name, says it has received a letter from the country's Prosecution Authority and police force, asking for certain details about the owners of the controversial file-sharing portal.
The speed limiting crackdown on P2P services and other bandwidth-hogging downloading systems is extending to VOIP, with an EU telecoms regulator finding the throttling of VOIP connections to be a "common" practise across Europe.
It's been nothing but rumour, rumour, rumour regarding Microsoft and its plans for its new Xbox, but now we have something official from the company -- there will not be a new Xbox at this year's E3 gaming convention.
Groupon has been spanked very hard by the Office of Fair Trading, which has warned the online discount club it needs to be more "honest and transparent" in advertising its deals and the discount claims it puts forward.
Google's previous Nexus model received its "Ice Cream Sandwich" update late last year, only to see it promptly pulled before hitting the phones of most users thanks to numerous performance and reliability complaints from early installers. Now it's fixed and ready to roll (out) again.
Southampton's The Hobbit pub, which offers an Aragon cocktail, features a very nice Lord of the Rings-inspired mural in its beer garden and has "one loyalty card to bind them all" is in trouble with Hollywood. Over its name, as you might've guessed.
The Radioplayer platform, which is the system used by the BBC and many other commercial radio stations to handle their online broadcast streams, is set to launch a a series of own-brand apps this summer.
When we last mentioned the plight of poor high street retailer GAME, its share price was languishing at a new low of 0.6p. It's now up to well over 3p today, on the back of positive news of a potential buyer stepping in to save the day.
Marko Ahtisaari, who is Nokia's current big boss of design matters, has spoken on the matter of a Nokia tablet. And yes, it is making one. As we sort ofalready knew. Nice to have confirmation from someone who eats at the Nokia staff canteen, though.
The arrival of Netflix in the UK and the growth of rival LoveFilm on the film delivery scene could help BSkyB out of its current fix with the Competition Commission, which has asked for more time to consider competitiveness in the UK's broadcasting world thanks to the new streaming upstarts.
A House of Lords sub-committee has asked Ed Vaizey, the Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries, to get tough on roaming mobile data fees, saying current high costs for cross-network data use put travellers off accessing "increasingly important smartphone services while abroad."
The case of Richard O'Dwyer, the 23-year-old founder of file-sharing site TVShack, is about to be transferred to the US, with Home Secretary Theresa May confirming plans to extradite him over copyright breaches.
Mike Capps, president of Epic Games, which creates the seriously hardcore likes of the Gears of War franchise, believes the iPad might replace proper home consoles. You'd think he'd have a better grasp of how things work than that.