General Motor's new software, which will be the first of its kind to be mass-produced in cars, can measure head rotation and eye movement and will remind distracted drivers to focus on the road.
The Mountain View-based company has begun showing the 2013 version of its search homepage to those using out-of-date web browsers, in a change that users have criticised as "heavy handed."
Controversial San Francisco ride share company Uber has been banned in Germany. After facing an intense back and forth of being banned and unbanned it appears Germany have finally made a decision.
Android might be following in the footsteps of the Surface tablets, as Google is apparently set to launch a keyboard case with the upcoming Nexus slate.
We’ve had another glance at the next-gen iPhone phablet, with a video clip that shows off the aluminium rear shell of the device.
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The East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) NHS Trust has lost a data cartridge containing 42,000 electronic copies of scanned handwritten Patient Report Forms.
Cupertino could hardly stay silent on this matter for long, and has now said it’s investigating the incident, with other details also emerging.
Data from Six Degrees Group gathered at Civil Service Live illustrates how little is known about the G-Cloud service in the civil service and the lack of awareness of its advantages.
Throughout the week, we'll be delivering comprehensive coverage of everything that goes down in Berlin at Europe's biggest technology tradeshow. Enjoy the ride.