Microsoft getting into crime fighting? Well, yes. Sort of.
Pinterest has created quite a stir since launching back in 2010. Up until today you needed an invitation from a friend or the site itself to join. From today, however, it's open to all.
Seventeen-year-old Austin Wierschke has just proved himself to be king of the keyboard when it comes to texting. The Wisconsin resident won a US national texting contest on Wednesday, picking up $50,000 in the process.
The landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars was certainly no mean feat. A new video has added some drama to the event by pulling together various video feeds from the night and combining them with the animated simulation of the touchdown.
Have you got 90 seconds? Then check out this amusing little skit broadcast on Conan O'Brien's TBS show making fun of the patent battle between Samsung and Apple.
Aren't ultrasound photos of unborn babies just a bit old hat now? A clinic in Japan clearly thinks so, as it has just started a new service offering expectant mothers a 3D model of the fetus instead.
Apple has taken the decision to suspend over-the-phone AppleID password changes while it looks at its current security policies. The move comes after Wired writer Matt Honan had his digital life destroyed "in the space of one hour" when hackers gained access to his AppleID account over the weekend.
Another day, another Doodle. Google's latest homepage offering comes in the form of an Olympics-inspired game where you can run the hurdle race.
New Yorker Michael Comeau will soon be reunited with his camera (and photos), three years after losing it in Vermont. He has John Noerr to thank, who found the DSLR and spent hours tracking down the owner using pictures on the device's memory card.
If you're really stuck for something to do while waiting for a flight, you could always order some essential food items for when you return home. Supermarket giant Tesco has just launched a virtual grocery store at one of the UK's busiest airports where shoppers can use their mobile device to scan food items on a big screen and arrange delivery for when they get back home.
An underwater camera inside the pool at the Aquatic Centre has been tweeting some cool pool pics from the London Games.
The display for the rumored iPad Mini will go into production this month, a new report claims, adding further weight to the idea that the smaller iPad does actually exist.
A quadrilingual robot called Tawabo has made its first appearance on the observation deck of Tokyo Tower, meeting and greeting visitors from overseas in four different languages.
The Commodore 64 launched in 1982 and became the biggest selling personal computer of all time. The machine offered millions their first computing experience and is still looked upon with great fondness by many people around the world.
United Airlines is set to be the first US airline to fly Boeing's revolutionary new passenger plane, the Dreamliner. On Tuesday it showed off its new plane, complete with fetching gold stripes spanning the entire length of the jet.