Would you trust a doctor who needs to check on his iPhone exactly what dosage of anaesthetic to give you?
A Japanese website that maps the world's scents has been launched, giving text descriptions and pinpointing areas where various smells can be found.
An Australian couple have been served with legal documents over Facebook, with lawyer Mark McCormack using the social network to track down the two – accused of defaulting on a large loan.
A very lucky gorilla at Longleat Safari Park has had an upgrade to Sky+ HD so that he can kick back and enjoy the National Geographic channel while tucking into bananas.
A whole host of quirky and obscure content from British television will soon be made available on YouTube, MSN and MySpace following ITN Source's creation of a digital production company.
In what has to be the most obscure statistic of the day, one blogger has worked out the physical size of World of Warcraft’s Azeroth – and found out that it’s the same size as Newcastle.
In what has to count as a sublime collision between the dangers of auto replace and the over-eager American Family Association, sprinter Tyson Gay has been renamed Tyson Homosexual.
Our regular Monday look back, including a fine appeal by the world's biggest software company, an enterprising use of remote access to catch a thief and the furore over a fake Facebook profile.