The IMDb mobile app has been given a check-in feature in the latest update, putting it in competition with apps such as Miso and Get Glue.
Opel/Vauxhall has finally revealed the Adam, its Mini and Fiat 500 challenger, and it looks great.
HTC could be preparing to re-enter the tablet market, with an internationally available device to replace the Flyer.
This Commodore 64 guitar is the work of hacker extraordinaire Jeri Ellsworth, and it uses the original audio chip to process the sounds.
Kickstarter has announced it will be expanding its crowd-funding operation to the UK later this year.
NASA has created this amazing panoramic picture of what it's like on Mars, using 817 images taken by the Opportunity rover.
Jolla, a Finnish startup, has announced plans to release a new smartphone based on MeeGo, the OS dropped by Nokia in favor of Windows Phone.
British Airways idea to use Google Images to identify high profile passengers sparks privacy concerns
British Airways "Know Me" campaign to use Google Images to help identify its passengers has sparked privacy concerns.
Lego continues its 50th anniversary celebrations in Australia by "planting" this surreal, life-size, Lego forest in the outback.
Korea to get quad-core Exynos Galaxy S3 with 4G LTE connectivity, makes standard battery quake with fear
Samsung has announced Korea will get the world's first Galaxy S3 with both quad-core Exynos chip and 4G connectivity.
Samsung has announced the Galaxy Chat, which has the unusual combination of a fixed QWERTY keyboard and Android 4.0.
The European Parliament has rejected the ACTA in a decisive vote this morning, rendering the treaty effectively dead.
Researchers at CERN have confirmed that a particle consistent with the properties they expect from the Higgs boson has been discovered.
McLaren teases the convertible version of its MP4-12C supercar, and F1 driver Jenson Button chats about it too. We're not jealous at all.
Nokia warns of legal action over patents against Google, Asus and the Nexus 7, but would prefer to sort it all out without going to court.