Australian billionaire Clive Palmer has unveiled plans for a Titanic replica which, just like the original, will sail across the Atlantic from Southampton, the difference being, of course, that this one makes it all the way to New York.
The BBC World Service's English language shortwave broadcasts are being jammed in China, the BBC confirmed on Monday, with the corporation going on to accuse - and condemn - the Chinese authorities for being behind the jamming efforts themselves.
BlackBerry has started selling its new Z10 handset in India in an effort to tap into the growing consumer market. Meanwhile, Canada’s biggest independent mobile phone retailer has said the Z10 is currently "the leading smartphone sold in its stores."
After a mobile provider Koryolink opened up its data services to foreigners visiting North Korea, an Associated Press reporter took the opportunity to post insider photos onto Instagram.
He's been to the International Space Station so now he's looking further afield. To Mars. It's emerged that multi-millionaire Dennis Tito is making plans for a special 501-day round-trip manned mission to the Red Planet, currently scheduled for 2018.
The folks over at 360Cities have just unveiled their most recent work – an enormously detailed panorama shot of London comprising over 48,000 individual photos stitched together to form a record-breaking 320-gigapixel image.
After years of debate and deliberation, soccer's governing body, FIFA, has finally given the green light for the use of goal-line technology at major competitions, including the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Apple design chief Sir Jony Ive made a special appearance on an iconic children's TV show in the UK recently, helping to judge some entries in a design competition while offering some thoughts on how he approaches the design of a new product.
Fujitsu targets the older generation with the Stylistic S01, its first major smartphone release outside Japan
Fujitsu has finally made good on its promise to start releasing smartphones outside of Japan, although not in the way we expected. It has announced the Stylistic S01, an Android phone aimed at the older generation.
A disturbing Instagram photo of a child in the crosshair has sparked public outrage, with media outlets calling the image "tasteless and dehumanizing." The Israeli Defense Forces is now launching an investigation into the 20-year-old soldier's account.
Many Worlds is a film that aims to never disappoint. Based on your brainwave activities, muscle tension, and heart rate, the movie will select upcoming scenes to keep your body constantly enticed. It's a movie-going experience like never before.
Despite the suspicions from many Hollywood insiders that China was unofficially banning American movies, it turns out the Chinese market is now the second most lucrative international market for U.S. films, according to the head of the MPAA.
Where has Brad Pitt's profile gone on Sina Weibo, the Chinese equivalent to Twitter? With Pitt's own people unavailable to respond, the shadow of suspicion has fallen on Chinese censorship.
Cider store The Apple Shop forced to change name after numerous calls from disgruntled iPhone and iPad owners
Cider seller Geoff Fisher opened The Apple Shop way back in 1993. But with the emergence of the iPhone and iPad, and the opening of an Apple store a few miles down the road, the name of his business has turned out to be something of an annoyance, with numerous…
As part of plans to overhaul its technology infrastructure, New Zealand Police is set to spend $160 million over the next 10 years, with the investment including the purchase of iPhones and iPads for over 6,000 cops.