Apple says Samsung's blatantly ripped off its device designs. Not true, Samsung replies! Too bad its lawyer blew that argument harder than a hydrogen bomb blowjob: they couldn't tell the difference between a Galaxy Tab and iPad. In court.
Reddit has sold out! Er, not really. But! Warner Bros has bought movie rights to a story idea that originated as a Reddit comment. It all started when someone posted a question wondering if today's US Marines could defeat Roman Empire legionnaires if they traveled back in time.
Fibre-to-the-home is the holy grail of broadband, but rolling out all that optical cable to each house costs a bomb, especially in Britain. A recent VDSL2 development by Alcatel-Lucent should help our copper wires stretch that little bit further.
“I want him out of here”, the woman screeches, as she’s reaching over my shoulder, fingers curled into a claw, and her impressively long nails slashing, musketeer-style, through the air in the direction of her partner.
Amid the numbers and percentages in Sony Ericsson's Q3 financial data is a quote from CEO Bert Nordberg, in which he says the company will move "the entire portfolio to smartphones" by 2012. That K600i update isn't happening.
Upgraded to Freeview yet? If not you're going to be starring at a blank picture come the 24th of October 2012 -- the analogue switch off date has been set.
One question UK iPhone 4S buyers may be asking Siri today is: "Hey Siri, why don't you work as well as you did in Apple's trailers?" -- because the magical voice controlled maps and places queries are currently US only.
Microsoft is putting aside a whopping great £28m to spend on promoting its Windows Phone OS and handset range this winter, with Nokia set to benefit from £20m of free advertising in the UK.
People still don't take hygiene seriously. A study of 400 Brits across the UK found 16% of phones harboured E. coli strains found in your gut -- a marker of faecal matter.
A company with the descriptive name of ChargeMaster has flipped switches on 150 new electric car charging stations, with plans to get another 300 online every month until some 4000 are dotted about the country by the end of 2012.
This beauty is the winner of a pylon design contest run by the UK government and the Royal Institute of British Architects. Sadly, the amazing pylon of the future almost certainly won't be put into production.
The Large Hadron Collider scares me. It's the baddest monster machine on the planet and it's capable of creating material that's denser than anything but black holes, it possibly found the Higgs Boson and probably can destroy humanity. It's an unknown beast. How do you make it less scary? Get to know it. LHSee (heh) for Android shows you what's happening inside the LHC.