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PS4 and Xbox One won't arrive for Christmas, Amazon warns

Gamers waiting for their new PS4 or Xbox One from Amazon could have to find something else to do on Christmas day.

By Nov. 28, 2013


iPhone owners smarter than Android fans, says online test

People who own an iPhone are smarter than Android owners, according to the results of a mental agility test conducted by, er, Ladbrokes.

By Jan. 2, 2014


PS4 out today, already widely sold out

The PlayStation 4 went on sale at midnight last night, joining the Xbox One in next-gen console combat -- if you can find one.

By Nov. 29, 2013


Two iPods at two different Target stores (both full of erasers?)

A San Diego man says he picked out two different iPods at two different Target stores -- and both had been sabotaged the same way.

By Dec. 27, 2013


New Microsoft CEO: Elop's tip-top, bookies say. Sandberg? Long shot

The lads at Ladbrokes have announced the odds for who might be the new Microsoft CEO. Nokia's CEO is favorite. Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg is 40-1.

By Aug. 28, 2013


Auto-forward important mail to your phone as a text message

Set your email app to forward messages from a particular sender to your phone's SMS address automatically.

By Mar. 25, 2014


Google engineer: Raise leaker exposed us to mugging

Google engineer explains some of the feelings inside company after employee leaked news of $1,000 cash bonus for Google staff and was reportedly fired.

By Nov. 13, 2010


Amazon plots Kindle app store: Hungover commuters rejoice

By the end of the year, crossword and Sudoku apps will mean the alcohol-soaked brains of commuters need no longer wrestle with War and Peace on the train

By Jan. 22, 2010


Gambling sites--is there a future?

Some sites have cropped up that promise gambling techniques without trying to annoy our friendly feds. Unfortunately, each of those companies has quickly gone away.

By Aug. 15, 2007


Transcript: FBI director on surveillance of 'illegal' Internet activity

Transcript of FBI Director Robert Mueller's appearance before a House committee, where he said that "legislation has to be developed" to allow federal police to identify "illegal activity" online.

By Apr. 23, 2008