Piggybacking off someone else's Wifi is generally frowned upon - but Google is planning to allow residents of a 10-block area near its offices in New York to have a free connection.
A Nokia engineer has published a series of simple steps that allow users to hack Windows 8 games for free in-app purchases.
Nervous flyers may not wish to read any further - but if you ever planned to see the world, this is the time to do it.
With payphones starting to look like relics of another era, the city of New York has found a way to give them a new lease of life.
Five cable companies have teamed up to open their Wifi networks to each other's subscribers.
Facebook's struck a deal with five major security vendors allowing it to offer their anti-virus products for free.
Web-based courses from Princeton, Stanford, the University of Michigan and the University of Pennsylvania are now available for free from start-up Coursera.
Nokia's offering a $100 credit to customers who bought the new Lumia 900 through AT&T - effectively making the phone free - and is extending the offer to anyone buying it in the next ten days.
MIT's announced plans for a fully-online electronics course open to anyone in the world - and completely free.
Security researchers at Microsoft Research and Indiana University say they've been able to get products for free or well below the correct price from several major online stores.
Google’s Chrome browser team is teaming up with AirTran, Delta and Virgin America to provide free in-flight WiFi for holiday passengers.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs is attempting to appease frustrated iPhone 4 owners by bribing them with free bumpers.
The British Library is promising 65,000 free e-books this spring, which means you no longer have any excuse for your ignorance of the classics.