Toshiba's Camileo S10 is cheap, but can it perform?
An Italian village is installing SIM cards in its rubbish bins so that the bin men can tell whether they need emptying.
Yves Rossy plans to fly the channel on a jet-powered wing, tomorrow. Weather permitting, he will make the flight around midday. The event will be streamed live on National Geographic's website.
The great random beast of subjective knowledge, Wikipedia, appears to have an opinion on pretty much everything. But there's plenty of reasons and examples for material not making the site.
Aspiring British comedians will have the opportunity to shine amongst the stars thanks to a UK version of the US website Funny or Die.
An experiment at Durham University is set to drag its pupils boldly into the 25th century if it's taken to its logical Vulcan conclusion.
Hockey mum and US Presidential candidate Sarah Palin is not looking as transparent in her political dealings as she would like us to think.
A platform has been developed by MeDeploy that will help both small budget independent filmmakers and big movies studios to distribute their material to social networks.
Google's suggestion engine, which is central to new browser Chrome, will be changed to address privacy concerns according to the company's blog.
Leading Microsoft engineer Michael Fortin says that speeding up booting times is one of the priorities of Windows 7. Under 15 seconds is his target for a 'very good system'.