The US government is pushing to be allowed access to people's cellphone records to help fight crime.
We're sure none of you would ever do such a thing, obviously, but apparently naughty Brits are bashing their iPhones with hammers just get a free upgrade out of their insurer.
The EU is expected to approve Microsoft's search deal with Yahoo this week.
Watch out, guys: in, ooh, about ten years time, you'll need to prepare for a female invasion.
Business is humming if you’re in the business of extra-solar planets, exobiology or exoenvironmental studies.
The US military has successfully downed a test missile with an airborne high-energy laser.
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Kevin Smith has predicted that Apple's iPad will inevitably be used as an impromptu murder weapon in a future movie.
Digital Storm has introduced a new line of high-end gaming rigs that feature Intel's Core i7 processor, ATI's 5970 graphics card and a sub-zero liquid cooling system.
That's right, idiot, two more days before you supplicate yourself at the altar of mawkish crappiness that is St. Valentine's Day. Why not buy it something that you can steal back for yourself later. List mania!
Apparently, dogs and cats don't like the same hifi systems as us. You might think 'sod 'em', and play your music anyway; you might, if you're particularly soft-hearted, buy them some teeny tiny earmuffs.
Criminals can successfully use credit and debit cards without knowing the correct PIN.
Spare a thought for all those poor, lonely sheep farmers in Australia, who are apparently falling for online dating scams like never before.
One of the founders of Pirate Bay, Peter Sunde, has launched a website that, er, lets people pay for content on the web.
Apple is promising a $10,000 gift card to the person who makes the ten billionth iTunes download.
US video game sales are still on the slide, with NPD reporting January figures 13 percent down on last year.
UCLA chemists have created synthetic gene-like crystals that they say could capture heat-trapping carbon dioxide emissions.
Google has bought Aardvark, a social search company which allows you to badger complete strangers with stupid questions at the touch of a button.
The Hubble space telescope has for the first time snapped the flickering aurorae that light up both of Saturn's poles.
A UK journalist has opined that consumers should be paying more - not less - for mobile applications.