Canon Australia has issued a notice for certain EOS 650D SLR cameras, stating that grips on some models may turn white.
In the U.S., the Wright brothers are recognized for making history with the world's first airplane flight. In Brazil, the first aviator goes by the name of Santos-Dumont.
BlackBerry's instant messenger and email services went down in the UK last night -- but stay calm, it was nothing to do with riots.
Internet users suspected of illicit file sharing could be disconnected under proposals being considered, as rights holders look for strong deterrent measures.
Expert on Internet law says copyright provisions in Digital Economy Bill would put the kibosh on public Wi-Fi for small businesses and pose problems for libraries and universities.
U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security, which regulates the export of sensitive goods and tech, now requires export license applications to be submitted over its Net-based system.
Verizon begins rolling out its V Cast application storefront to select BlackBerry smartphones; the app offers convenient carrier billing to those seeking a BlackBerry App World alternative.
How is it that BlackBerry users get unlimited data while everyone else is typically limited to 1GB or less? Is BlackBerry's unlimited data really unlimited?
The BlackBerry provider is said to be providing decoded customer messages to the Indian government--as long as it believes there is "legal authorization" to do so.
The government has done what it does best: issued a hefty document, this time advising politicos and statesmen on how to use this Twitter thing everyone's banging on about