A hacker has hijacked a number of jail broken Iphones and tried to extort €5 from their owners.
Not satisfied with having to get close to the people they want to Taser, coppers are looking at new long-range shocking gear. What could possibly go wrong?
Peek has introduced a Twitter mobile device for social networking addicts and professional narcissists.
A small start-up has picked on the might of number two book king Barnes
and Noble claiming that the bookseller misappropriated trade secrets in
creating the Nook e-reader.
Marvell and E Ink have introduced a "highly integrated" platform for next-generation e-readers.
Creative Labs has debuted a prototype e-reader at its annual general conference.
When and if Apple signs a deal with Verizon to flog its iPhone it is likely that the price of the gadget will rise.
Nintendo has confirmed that it will be launching an upgraded version of
its popular handheld DS device in November. The DS LL features dual,
4.2 inch screens and is expected to retail for ¥20,000 (US$220) in
Japanese firm Nintendo said that its first half profits fell by over 50 percent and said worse was to come, because sales of its popular Wii console weren't that buoyant.
The UN's International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has rubber stamped the spec for a new mobile phone charger that will work with any handset.
Sony and Netflix have signed a deal to allow the delivery of movies and TV shows to the Playstation 3.
Barnes & Noble has officially introduced its electronic reader - it
calls it the nook - and claims it is the world's most advanced eBook
An electronic reader called the Nook is set to be introduced by Barnes & Noble today.
German loudspeaker company Teufel said it has introduced a combined portable radio, alarm clock and iPod docking station.
The EOS-1D Mark IV digital SLR camera will set you back a cool $5,000
when it becomes available in late December. But the expensive baby
packs quite a bit of punch.
AU Optronics (AUO) has announced a 20-inch e-paper module - the world's largest, it says - and has launched its six-inch and nine-inch flexible e-paper displays.
Verizon appears to have given up any hope that it will ever get an iPhone contract from Apple. Its latest campaign for the new Motorola Droid is packed chock-full of attacks on Apple.
Already a million-seller in the US, Palm’s iPhone wannabe, the Pre, has just launched in the UK. Does it have what it takes to rival the seemingly-unstoppable iPhone?
Plastic Logic is to launch its e-reader at CES in January, promising a feather-light device with the largest screen in the industry.
Opinion Buy a book in a bookstore today and it's yours forever - or until the
paper starts crumbling into dust - hopefully long after you're dead.