I'm surprised that, after three decades of amazing launches, hundreds of outstanding missions, great science and some very sad moments, there's not more stuff celebrating the space shuttle. Thankfully, NASA is coming to the rescue with this free iPad app.
Budget airline EasyJet is about to launch a mobile app, designed to give customers a full booking service through their phones.
The possibility of alien life has captivated our imaginations for generations. Now that possibility just got a big boost as Kepler's managed to find and confirm a potentially Earth-like planet. It's just 600 light years away and occupies that magic 'habitable zone' around its star, like the Earth does around the sun.
If you get your telly through the free part of the satellite spectrum, there'll be a bit more content on offer when you get home today -- thanks to five new channels from Channel 5 joining the Freesat listings.
Improving on existing systems that only watch a driver's eyes for signs of fatigue, Denso has created a drowsiness level checker that tracks subtle muscle movements over the entire face. Alerting users that they're too tired before they fall asleep.
The fuss over Carrier IQ and its vast potential for misuse has hit the UK, with the Information Commissioner’s Office drawn into the debate over the currently controversial mobile phone logging software.
The spacecraft Voyager 1 is now 11 billion miles from the sun, at the very end of the solar system. It's peacefully sailing in a new region between us and interstellar space. NASA poetically calls it cosmic purgatory.
A mother who claims she was "testing" TalkTalk's porn filter by having a look around Pornhub was shocked to find that the ISP's filtering system failed to block the site. As if the name wasn't enough of a clue.
Sneakers, the film about a team of hackers and social engineers who break into banks just to test their security, isn't just a film. People really do get to do that for a living — people like Moran Cerf. Here's how he held up a bank without breaking a law.
You might be forgiven for thinking that the coolest form factor of them all, the clamshell, died with the original RAZR series. Currently you seem to be only able to get clamshells as crappy super-dumbphones, at least in the UK, but Samsung's W999 certainly turns the tables on that.
First, there was Neil. Then it was Buzz. And then there was Futura, which, unlike Neil and Buzz, stayed behind in Mare Tranquillitatis as part of a plaque commemorating humanity's first landing on the Moon:
Napster, the MP3 sharing service that started it all, officially died when it was bought by the US music streaming service Rhapsody from doomed-in-the-UK Best Buy. The thing is, Rhapsody is a no-name entity in the UK, so the company is giving Napster a reprieve.
What is this forest floating 1000 feet above Taiwan's skyline, apparently sitting on a blue glow of anti-gravity beams? It's the Taiwan Tower, a giant steel superstructure that may become the most surreal piece of engineering I've ever seen.
If you're neck-deep in math work, or just nostalgic for the high school days of your TI-83+, fire up the big G: it'll now serve you as a graphing calculator. Time to make sine waves!
Oh, Kodak, once the acme of all things camera, now a stark lesson in Darwinism in technology. You adapt and evolve, or you die. It was revealed today that Kodak is shedding more than £45 million a month. Let's hold hands.