Apple is rumored to be planning to latch on to Target by opening up 25 new mini-stores within certain locations.
O2 is bringing London citizens and visitors Europe's largest free Wi-Fi network, just in time for the 2012 Olympics.
HBO retracts discounts on DVDs and Blu-ray to deepen rivalry with Netflix.
Ramnit, a worm accustomed to the financial industry, has been targeting Facebook accounts recently. Reports say that at least 45K accounts have been compromised.
Anonymous hacktivists continue to wage war on neo-Nazi, creating WikiLeaks based 'Nazi-Leaks' portal to expose data from the hunt.
File sharing becomes a religion in Sweden with the official recognition of the Church of Kopimism. Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V we trusteth.
An engineer from Arizona has created wearable television using a bunch of LEDs, an iPod Touch and some ingenuity
Microsoft gets an old patent from 2007 which explored a DVR idea for a gaming console.
Hackers in Space! A group of hackers say they want to escape online tyranny by sending up their own satellites to use for communication.
Wikimedia is back in business as their fundraising campaigns has netted another year of functionality and upgrades for Wikipedia and its sister sites.
Google is helping out with the 2012 US election with a new election hub for news, stat tracking and more info.
Pictures of a phone prototype from 1983 show a touchescreen interface that makes the device seem like an iPhone ancestor.
The Ministry of Defense is looking to upgrade its clunky war training simulator in order to keep up with an Xbox-spoiled generation of trainees.
Stephen Hawking is hiring an assistant and needs someone who knows both electronics and computers to be his new Alfred.
Gameloft is handing out some post-Christmas love with a $0.99 sale for ALL of its Android games starting Thursday.