One of the many charitable events for this year's Sport Relief has been announced by BT, which is getting in a host of celebs to re-record the famous Speaking Clock.
Instead of overage charges, Three will simply halt your data for the month when you hit your limit. Its launching new “essential” data plans that give you 250MB a month and that’s it; there’s absolutely no chance of horrendous out-of-allowance data charges, which is simply great.
Still have any doubts about how amazing the iPad HD's 2,048 x 1,536-pixel Retina-ish display is? No more: check out these amazing comparison shot of the incoming iOS game Food Run.
Apple has an event tomorrow, and it will be the Biggest Consumer Technology News of 2012. It will likely remain the Biggest Consumer Technology News of 2012 until Apple's next event, which may then overtake it.
Miami recently broke ground on the Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science, which incorporates a planetarium, science galleries, and a wildlife center. But its most striking feature is a shark-filled aquarium with an underwater viewing window located on the atrium's ceiling.
We know the FBI pressured LulzSec leader Sabu into giving up vital info one some of the most active hackers in his collective. But how does Anonymous feel after this most recent, and hugely significant, turn of events?
Today Google took steps to get all of its entertainment ducklings in a row. Google Play is the new umbrella that will cover the company's Apps, Movies, Music, and Books offerings. It'll cover both desktops and Android phones.
The Muppets made some wonderful parody trailers for their movie last year, but they've got at least one more up their sleeve.