Google working on pill that searches for illnesses
Google is exploring a way to search inside people’s bodies for early signs of deadly illnesses such as cancer or heart disease.
Apple killed the iPod because it ‘couldn’t get the parts anymore’
During his headline interview at the WSJD Live Conference on Monday evening, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed that the decision to ax the click wheel iPod six...
Twitter stops supporting Google Glass as app is removed from online store
Twitter has ceased development of its Google Glass application, reports 9to5Google.
Amazon’s Fire TV Stick to rival Google Chromecast, Roku
On the heels of its big earnings miss and other disappointments, Amazon on Monday took a big step into TV.
Hackers target Ukraine’s election website as cyberwar escalates
Hackers attacked Ukraine’s election commission website Saturday on the eve of parliamentary polls, officials said, but they denied Russian reports...
Hong Kong’s protests move up a level with release of smartphone game
How do you defend yourself against scores of tear gas wielding police while manning the barricades at Hong Kong’s protest camps? If you’re...
No more Nokia: Microsoft drops Finnish name from smartphones
Microsoft has announced it will drop the Nokia name from its Lumia smartphones, a rebranding that follows the acquisition earlier this year of the Finnish...
Google exec sets records with leap from near-space
A Google executive has broken the sound barrier and set several skydiving records over the southern New Mexico desert after taking a leap from the edge...
Facebook’s new chat room app brings back the 90s
Can Facebook bring back the chat room popularity of the ’90s? The massive social networking company is back in the consumer app inventing game with...
Mint condition 1976 Apple computer fetches $905,000 in New York auction
One of Apple’s first pre-assembled computers - the Apple-1 - has been sold for a record $905,000 at an auction in New York. The motherboard is one...
Apple issues iCloud alert as experts fear China may be behind latest attack
Apple has posted a new security warning for users of its iCloud online storage service amid reports of a determined effort to steal passwords and other...
More than you can chew? Japanese firm unveils earphones that track your bites
A Japanese firm has invented a gadget to help you count your bites. A small-scale study last year suggested a connection between chomping and cognitive...
Robotic device helps paralysed groom walk aisle
New York resident Matt Ficarra (not in picture) has been paralysed from the chest down since an accident three years ago, but that didn’t stop him...
Twitter adds tweets to timelines in bid to encourage greater use
Twitter is to start adding tweets into people’s timelines from accounts that they do not follow.
Apple expected to unveil new iPads and iMacs at launch event
Technology giant Apple is expected to introduce two new updated iPads today. It was only a month ago that Apple chief executive Tim Cook took to the stage...
Google unveils Nexus 6 smartphone, Nexus 9 tablet
Google is coming out with bigger, more expensive versions of its Nexus phone and tablet to attract more of the affluent consumers who faithfully buy each...
Microsoft’s Skype launches video messaging app
Microsoft-owned Skype on Tuesday unveiled a new app enabling users to send short video messages to stay “connected between calls.” The smartphone...
Hundreds of alleged Dropbox passwords leaked
Hundreds of Dropbox passwords may have been leaked online. The Next Web discovered a Reddit comment thread Monday evening that linked to a site where hundreds...
Death of ‘troll’ sparks debate over online expression
The death of a British woman accused of a vicious campaign of online abuse against the parents of missing girl Madeleine McCann has ignited debate over...
World’s first Apple computer goes under the hammer in New York
The world’s first Apple computer, widely acknowledged as heralding the personal computer revolution, is to be sold at auction by Bonhams, New York.
Sharkproof 10,000km Google cable will link U.S. and Brazil
Google has given the go ahead for a 10,557km undersea cable to link the U.S. and Brazil.
Apple Pay launch rumors fly as experts say mobile wallet craze years off
Apple says its first mobile payment system will launch this month, but has yet to confirm a specific date.
Google bombarded by Brits who want to be forgotten
Google says it has received 18,304 requests from Britons asking it to remove information about their past under the EU’s “right to be forgotten”...
Twitter chief reveals ISIL death threats against staff
Twitter chief Dick Costolo says he and his staff received death threats from terror group ISIL.
Anonymous threatens China, Hong Kong authorities with website blackout
Anonymous, the nebulous online activist group that uses hacking to further causes it supports, has threatened a major blackout of Chinese and Hong Kong...
'This car is nuts': Tesla breaks barriers with its new auto-pilot electric car
Tesla owner Elon Musk unveiled the newest development from the luxury electric car manufacturer on Friday: An all-wheel-drive version of its Model S that...
Toshiba unveils humanoid robot that can speak in sign language
Toshiba has unveiled Aiko Chihira, a humanoid robot that can communicate using sign language, this week at the Cutting-Edge IT & Electronics Comprehensive...
Google’s Schmidt fears spying could ‘break’ Internet
Google’s executive chairman and former chief executive Eric Schmidt said on Wednesday that U.S.
You could soon be able to post anonymously on Facebook
Facebook is preparing to launch a standalone app that will allow users to anonymously interact with each other.
Twitter sues U.S. Justice Dept for right to reveal surveillance requests
Twitter, the world’s largest microblogging platform, on Tuesday sued the U.S. government, alleging that the Justice Department’s restrictions on what...