There are quite a few iPad keyboard cases on the market today, but here's one a little different from the rest in that at first glance it looks remarkably like a MacBook Pro.
A psychologist from the UK has helped to develop an app which he hopes will tell us more about the science of dreaming, and to what extent the sounds around us as we sleep influence the nature of our dreams.
Booming market: One-fifth of US adults now read e-books; e-readers spurring people to read more overall
The results of a new study show that one in five Americans has now read an e-book, and that those with e-readers read more overall than those without.
There's nothing sketchy about these stats: 50 million downloads in just 50 days; over six billion drawings created at a rate of 3,000 a second. OMGPOP's Draw Something is now the fastest-growing original mobile game ever.
A 23-year-old British hacker, apparently working alone, stole the personal information of more than eight million people over an 18-month period. Despite claiming he had done it as an intellectual challenge rather than for financial gain, he was jailed for just over two years.
According to Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs, the late Apple co-founder was livid with Google, believing the company stole elements of the iOS mobile platform for its own Android operating system. As for Google CEO Larry Page, he thinks Jobs' views were probably just for show.
As if RIM CEO Thorsten Heins hasn't got enough on his plate just at the moment. Now a firm in the Netherlands is accusing the BlackBerry maker of infringing six patents.
If you enjoy taking photos of the sky at night, then listen up — Canon has just unveiled a camera designed specially for such shots. Say hello to the 60Da.
The latest figures from research firm comScore reveal that Google's Android operating system is now used by more than half of all smartphone owners living in the US.
A new ad campaign which appears to be the work of Finnish smartphone maker Nokia takes a swipe at the iPhone just a few days before the company launches its Lumia 900 device in the US.
The production prototype of the Transition flying car — set to be shown off at the New York Auto Show this week — took its first test flight recently, bringing closer to reality the possibility of flying home from work and parking in the garage. With a $279,000 price tag, however, it's not sure how many people will want to risk driving it along a regular road.
Sports fan and social media enthusiast Austin Schindel is one lucky guy (if you're into sports and social media, that is).
Twitter has taken TweetDeck offline after a user discovered he had access to hundreds of Twitter accounts when using the client in the usual way (ie. he didn't hack it). TweetDeck said it is looking into the issue.
Apple is reportedly set to open its largest retail store in Dalian, north-eastern China, as it seeks to expand its business in its fastest growing market. There was trouble outside the store's location this week as local traders pulled down Apple barricades, claiming they were affecting their businesses.
Google is reported to be planning the launch of its own online store to sell Google-branded tablets, the first of which is expected to be unveiled some time this year.