We look at Redmond’s new Cortana feature coming in Windows Phone 8.1, following a leaked video which shows the personal assistant in action.
A big name startup, Donuts, has introduced seven new gTLDs. We look at the possible ramifications of this move.
Many are becoming jaded about the progress of graphene research – but the latest developments are very promising indeed.
We delve deeper into the issue of exactly how the NSA is collecting location and browsing data via Google’s PREF cookie and other means.
Google’s latest moonshot is robots, no less, with Andy Rubin at the helm (doubtless hoping to employ an impressive “Android” pun somewhere).
Bitcoin has broken the $1000 barrier, but can its value keep rising? We discuss the long-term prospects of the digital currency.
Samsung’s next step after the Galaxy Gear is allegedly going to be a Glass rival – but rumour has it that Google could be involved.
How safe are today’s PGP-derived encryption schemes? Pretty safe, it would seem, but we can’t afford any resting on laurels.
The alleged owner of Freedom Hosting has been arrested and charged with child pornography offences – a momentous event with some far-reaching consequences.
Quantum cryptography is not perfect. Its security depends on the same imperfect principles as any other form of secret communication.
What’s Meta? It’s billed as a Google Glass killer, and Steve Mann – the “father of wearable computing” – is now its head scientist.
A team from the University of Michigan has built a whole functioning computer which is less than a cubic millimetre in size.
We examine the latest from MIT, which has detailed a new AR interface tech it claims could put “a user interface on any surface.”
Forget virtual keyboards – the smartphone of the future could have a “real” physical keyboard that actually pops out of the screen.