Sent down for £50K copied media haul
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology are looking into ways to convert the humble tongue into an elaborate computer control system.
Microsoft is attempting to close the gap on Adobe's dominance of online video by showing off the capabilities of its Silverlight video plug-in on NBC's Olympics site.
Canon has introduced three new additions to its PowerShot range, including a camera designed "by women for women".
Thirty-eight travellers have made reservations for an ambitious space holiday resort project, at a cost of £3 million each.
The BBC is getting stick about rumoured plans to switch to a new delivery provider for iPlayer - choosing a company who favour bigger ISPs and hang smaller ones out to dry.
Exclusive While the government continues to lose every form of storage medium that's not nailed down, does increasing technology pose yet another risk to data security?
It looks like the music industry might be moving towards abandoing DRM on streaming audio, with two major on-demand music sites chucking the system in favour of their own unique security methods.
After the recent spate of government private data loss including laptops, CDs and secret files left on trains, a memory stick containing thousands of details of criminals has now gone missing.
Online ticket firm SOS Master Tickets, who were selling tickets for various summer festivals and gigs, have disappeared off the face of the earth, apparently taking everybody's money with them.
The UK Border Agency, under directions from Home Secretary Jacqui Smith, is testing out new facial recognition gates at Manchester Airport this month.
Microsoft has blasted through one of the biggest challenges in Western games console marketing, officially reporting complete sell-out in Japan yesterday.
Exclusive As covered by a number of mainstream news channels, including the BBC this morning, there have been two further reports of iPod Nanos overheating in Tokyo.
Intel's USB Implementers Forum released the full USB 3.0 spec to its hardware partners last week, and while there's not a lot we didn't know already, read on for confirmation of specs and features.
MCV yesterday reported SCEE president David Reeves’ comments last week that the disc-based delivery system of games “will fall as the power of the network base rises”.
The Swedish parliament has approved controversial new laws to let authorities spy on cross-border email, fax and telephone traffic.