If you don't mind having the slightly less than prestigious "LUXOR" brand sitting there on display in your front room, ASDA has quite an amazing deal running on a 40" LCD TV at the moment. It's offering a Full HD 1080p LCD TV for £249.
This is the new Samsung Galaxy S Advance, the latest in a long line of gradual tweaks and upgrades Samsung's been making to its incredibly popular Android model. The new Galaxy S now comes with a 1GHz dual-core processor, front-facing camera and the same Super AMOLED display.
I don't know what it is about new data centres, but they all seem to resemble the evil lairs of Bond-movie villains. Google's latest, based in a disused paper mill in Finland, is no exception.
Sky's Anytime+ internet-based video-on-demand service will get two whopping great updates this year, with support for both BBC's iPlayer and the rival ITV Player coming to the system.
I'm actually pretty incredulous at just how good Sony's got with producing cameras -- anyone who remembers the shite they were churning out years back will agree with me here. Of their latest three, the DSC-TX200V is top of the pile with its 18.2-megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor, and 3.3-inch OLED touchscreen.
T-Mobile has launched a new calling and data plan it's calling The Full Monty, which it claims is the first in the UK to remove all restrictions and fair use monitoring from mobile data, calling minutes and SMS messages.
Standing as the most densely populated city in the world, New Delhi has plenty of public health issues to deal with on a constant basis. But now health officials have some very urgent matters to deal with: new strains of super-bacteria, the most destructive of which contain the gene dubbed NDM-1 and are resistant to 15 widely used antibiotics.
Today is the last day to create a 3D render and enter it into this month's 3D Printing Challenge, where the winner will see their entry printed out using 3DPrintUK's 3D printer, plus awarded the watch of their choice from Tokyo Flash. This month's theme being Las Vegas, you've got a roulette wheel of possible choices. [3D Printing Challenge]
The 710 may've been a cheap-as-chips WP7 budgetphone, but if rumours regarding the Nokia Lumia 910 are correct, Europe could be seeing a 12.1-megapixel phone swinging its way. Encouragingly, it doesn't look like it's carved from a plastic shoe-heel.
Remember that civil lawsuit looming over the heads of some of the top Silicon Valley companies for conspiring not to poach each other's employees? The latest juicy tidbit to leak from that involves Steve Jobs sending Eric Schmidt an email demanding that Google stop stealing.
How do you fit a humongoid Anglepoise lamp in your home? Reduce it down to two-dimensions and pack it full of LEDs, of course.
According to Symantec, 13 apps from three developers—many in the official Android Market—have been carrying malicious chunks of code called Android.Counterclank, and are suspected of running on as many as five million phones, stealing info and running ads against the will of the device's owner.
One of the things I love computers for is how they have democratised the access to things that once were only attainable by a very few. This World War II short film called The German is a perfect example.