Ever wish you could make yourself invisible? Well, you can either shrink yourself down to a millionth of a meter, or wrap yourself in a new cloak that renders objects inside invisible.
According to a report Wednesday by the BBC, internet speeds around the world have been noticeably slowed by a massive "distributed denial of service" attack. These distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks overload targeted web servers with extra traffic that so people who are trying to reach a site for legitimate ...
The company will begin offering iPhones on April 12, and will avoid the two-year contract pricing system used by its competitors.
Flash drives are all kinds of awesome, little storage warehouses you can attach to your keychain or slip into your pocket. And cheap, too. I've routinely seen 16-gigabyte drives for as little as $10 and 32-gigabyte drives for around $20. That's enough room for a smattering of movies, a giant ...
Google Keep offers similar services to Evernote and OneNote, but synchs with the Google cloud.
A predicted massive growth of jobs in information technology will be keenest felt in Asia
If you have little kids, you're probably familiar with the Little Critter series. Mercer Mayer's books were immensely popular in our house; I believe I read "Just Go to Bed" approximately 1.7 million times. Of course, with each paperback title costing $3.99, Little Critter can end up costing a lot. ...
Does the end of Google Reader signal death for RSS, or is at an opportunity for other apps to rise up?
American science fiction author Bruce Sterling talks to Tao Jones columnist Jeff Yang at SXSW about emerging technologies that interest him and what he thinks about tech moguls turning science fiction into reality.
Prince Andrew explains to Rory Cellan-Jones why the Royal Family are "early adopters" of modern technology, from Ceefax to mobile tablets.