A British man has been fined £1,000 for sending a tweet in which he joked about blowing up an airport.
Showing extraordinary devotion to duty, a German researcher has offered his arm up to a robot with a kitchen knife in order to help develop better safety systems.
Apple's decision to delay shipments of the iPad outside the US has caused a lot of frustration. While it's possible to order one from the US, there's not much point getting a 3G device unless you've got the MicroSIM to go with it.
A new dating site cashes in on the narcissism of some Apple fans by catering solely for them.
An outfit called the Parents Television Council has very helpfully compiled and published a list of pornographic iPhone apps.
It's pretty good going to get 34,369 Twitter followers (and counting) after a single tweet - and over 12,000 of those signed up to follow Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez before he'd even typed a word.
An outraged Verizon employee known as "Wade" recently announced that he was "drawing a line in the sand" against unqualified "criminals" masquerading as security researchers.
Better late than never, especially when it comes to free WiFi. And for the thousands of passengers who still can't get a flight back home, Skype's major announcement today is a very welcome surprise.
A PR stunt to promote Ubisoft's new Xbox title Splinter Cell: Conviction may end in a conviction of its own.
For some reason, designers just won't give up on the idea of us wearing our technology. The idea might appeal to owners of garment and tech factories, perhaps, who could halve the number of exploited teenagers needed to produce the things.
Thousands of British gamers no longer have an immortal soul - they've signed it over to games retailer GameStation in return for a few hours' play.
Thirty million Mexicans could find their cellphones dead this weekend, thanks to a new law that forces phone owners to register their identities.
An Arkansas teenager says he never wants to see his mother again after she altered his Facebook page, and has accused her of harassment.
A British start-up is looking for a half-million-dollar investment to market its new invention - a kettle that tweets you to tell you when it's boiled.
In the week leading up to today's iPad launch, there was no shortage of announcements from companies, TV networks, and software publishers...but the most unexpected iPad announcement came from the White House.
It's a tough call as to what's benefited mankind most - synthetic diamonds or Post-It notes. But the National Inventors' Hall of Fame has played it safe, and inducted the inventors of both.
It's social media makeover week! Just a couple days ago, Twitter totally revamped its home page and now YouTube has completely rebuilt the design of its landing site and video playback interface.
Fancy a spacesuit, cosmonaut headset or space toilet? At an auction in Canada today, you can take your chance and bid.
James Bond always seems to manage okay, but apparently Britain's other spies have a bit of a problem with technology.
A 25-year-old Frenchman has been arrested for trying to gain access to President Barack Obama's official Twitter account, as well as other notable public figures.