Our Prime Minister must've been really banging on about the "Special Relationship" between the US and UK recently, as he's about to become the first non-US world leader to get a free ride aboard Air Force One with the President.
After a couple of false starts in the last few days, Samsung’s finally rolling out its Ice Cream Sandwich update to loyal Galaxy S II owners, as well as the Galaxy Note, Tab 8.9 and Tab 10.1. Our European friends in Poland, Hungary and Sweden will apparently be the first to get the tasty treat, with the UK following shortly behind.
Europe's favourite streaming music provider is now available in Germany, the 13th European country to gain access to the services of the on-demand tune provider.
Apparently Apple’s truly struggling to get its new iPad here on time; we saw pre-order delivery dates slip within days of the unveiling. Now it seems some unlucky people, who plunked down their cash before Apple started pushing things back, will be disappointed on launch day too.
The idea of using insects and other small creatures as data-gathering devices has always been hampered by the need for short-lived external batteries. But what if you used the animal's own metabolism to continuously power their sensors?
Like a high-tech version of Boo, this heartwarming little 8GB flash drive hard drive is an adorable miniature version of the real thing. Except that instead of taking the internet by storm, it's content to just store your PowerPoint presentations.
Sony’s new phone line has been making waves – we quite liked the Xperia S, giving it four out of five stars in our review. Now we’ve got another entry, the Xperia Sola aka the Pepper, touting something called “floating touch” for “magic web browsing without touching the screen", because dragging your finger on glass is just so last year.
Taking wrong to a whole new level, a company called First Impression Molds is responsible for this utterly horrifying silicone baby mold that can be used to make everything from soaps, to chocolates, to the worst centerpiece you can imagine.
Last year, a huge swath of senior British military officers and Defense Ministry officials became friends with who they thought was United States Navy admiral James Stavridis.
On the big screen you can stop someone from breaking into a room with a wooden chair jammed against the door.