It should be no revelation to anyone that cloud services aren’t a great place to go storing your private naked selfies.
Google X is now building a delivery drone system – and we say enough is enough! What is this fascination with airborne delivery all about?
A new report by Comcast has examined the state of the US app market, and the research reveals some very interesting findings, including the wealth of the average app user.
Yesterday saw a scary development in terms of app security – the researchers who hacked into Gmail on Android were able to show that apps can interfere with each other and compromise passwords.
Microsoft may be getting on to Windows 9 soon, but it's time to move on for the greater good. You don't need a single product from Microsoft to be able to do everything in the digital world.
Intel announced some headphones with very cool tech on board back at the start of the year, but has it just made a big mistake marrying them up with an irrelevant brand?
Regulated limo and cab services in the gambling capital of the world can now be e-hailed with Ride Genie, an app that sticks in the craw of Uber, apparently.
Starwood Hotels are introducing a robot butler called ALO the Botlr. The 3 feet tall 'bot will be able to call the elevator, move around the corridors and carry items for guests.
If you are an Apps for Education user, Google is giving a free version of its Classroom learning management service now that it is out of limited preview.
Sproutling is taking pre-orders for the world's most sophisticated baby monitor. You will need a baby by 2015 to make good use of it.
We are shocked. Shocked, we say. Warkitteh turned a household cat into an unwitting hacker's accomplice to sniff out vulnerable neighbourhood Wi-Fi.
McAfee built a multi-billion dollar software security business, went a little nuts, and now wants to go revolutionary, fighting for freedom.
The app, created by New York entrepreneurs, uses the wisdom of the crowd to identify bad neighborhoods and the Twitterverse says it is racist.
Wearables are the next big thing in mobile accessories, and while they remain unproven as an opportunity, generating more hype than real world success, fitness and health is at the forefront.
Irony is a funny thing, unless you are Apple. While Chinese manufacturers reap the benefits of making iPhones and iPads, Beijing is protecting its own markets by banning the very same products.
Boffins at MIT, Microsoft and Adobe have developed an algorithm that can analyse almost imperceptible vibrations in video and reconstruct audio with a specially devised algorithm.
There are over 11,000 people joining the class action lawsuit against Facebook's collusion with the NSA after the first weekend of the campaign "Europe vs Facebook."
Can Tweeting be a means to learning extending the classroom into the world of social learning? We've been reading an interesting report that suggests just that.
Cupertino opened its wallet wider than ever to snag Beats, so what can we expect the acquisition to deliver down the line?
The National Security Agency (NSA) is looking for a Director of Strategic Communications on LinkedIn. But why is it even advertised?
USB devices are ubiquitous: keyboards, mice, headsets and pocket drives and now they have become a potential security threat, according to a report.
A San Francisco startup called Asana that sells software which combines elements of a social network, IM, Google Drive and aims to get rid of the mess of email as a focal point.
Amazon, the world's largest online retailer, has launched the 3D Printed Products store, a marketplace with more than 200 unique print on-demand products,
The Fire Phone has received a largely cold reception over in the States, and it seems the general consensus is that it needs to be honed for a couple of incarnations yet.
The whole “right to be forgotten” process looks like it’s going to be a pain for consumers, for Google, and for EU authorities.