LG building flexible TVs you can roll up like posters

This flexibility has been achieved by using a "high molecular substance-based polyimide film" instead of plastic and LG believes that large screens are not too far away.

FTC v. Amazon: stop taking candy from the baby

Amazon's policies resulted in millions of dollars of unauthorized in-app purchases by kids. Time to pay up.

Google outlines ‘right to be forgotten’ plans

In a blog post today Google’s David Drummond, Senior Vice President, Corporate Development and Chief Legal Officer outlined Google’s plans to deal with ‘right to be forgotten’ requests.

Samsung 850 Pro review: The best SSD of 2014?

We review the brand new Samsung 850 Pro, an SSD that's making waves in the memory space for its revolutionary 3D V-NAND technology. But how does it stack up?

Botnet virtual currency hackers caught by Greek police

Around 50,000 Facebook accounts and 250,000 PCs were hacked to spread .zip files to mine the Litecoin.

Mobile app of the day: MiTime

If you have ever been late for an appointment or meeting in the past you may find MiTime is the ideal travel partner.

Bell Labs broadband speed record of 10Gbps

Record set in a laboratory in Belgium it’s claimed it could reduce fibre-optic costs in big cities.

Twitter records broken in German rout of Brazil at World Cup

Germany beat host nation Brazil by an astounding 7-1 scoreline and then they beat Beyonce and Miley Cyrus to the record number of tweets per minute.

Chinese TV says iPhones are a threat to national security

On Friday Chinese state media broadcaster CCTV warned that the iPhone’s ability to track the user using its positioning technology could reveal “sensitive data” and even “state secrets.”

Eight things you need to check off when hiring your first employee

Before you post that new job and start interviewing candidates there are some important things you need to do.

The death of crowdfunding

Some crowdfunding projects have been inspiring, innovative and worthwhile, but recently crowdfunding sites have been swamped with less than noteworthy projects and more than a few scams.

Is your phone ruining your sex life?

According to a survey of 1,500 UK couples between the ages of 18 and 30 the answer may be a qualified yes.

How to ensure your business' data is safe from inside threats

Although you may trust your employees, a rogue member of staff or disillusioned co-worker has the potential to create immeasurable damage to your organisation.

This is a simple way to create you own delivery app

If you wanted to create a delivery business for your business without any coding skills then British company Preoday has your back.

Greenpeace hearts Apple because solar farms

Greenpeace has officially released a statement in support of Apple for making iCloud greener and bemoaning Amazon for the opposite.

Silent Circle is going to leverage encrypted VoIP to rule them all

Watch out Skype and Viber, the group behind the so-called unhackable Blackphone, Silent Circle, is gunning for you.

LOT Network hopes to disarm trolls

A new partnership between Canon, Google, Dropbox, SAP, Asana and Newegg is attempting to preempt frivolous lawsuits from ‘non-participating entities’ commonly known as patent trolls.

How many gadgets does your smartphone replace?

Viking has created an infographic that shows how many devices your average smartphone replaces, how much they would weigh and how much they would cost if bought separately.