A few days ago, a woman texting her lover fell into a canal in Birmingham, England. Now a CCTV video emerges to prove that it was funny. (Or scary, depending on your heart.)
A British radio newscaster is so mesmerized by her cell phone that she topples into a canal, even as a bystander shouts to her to stop.
Open source offers a great way to spend responsibly through the downturn. We must continually to spend intelligently, if we're to avoid major, preventable costs down the road.
Searching real-time services like Twitter at the moment is like standing in front of a firehose on a hot day: you'll get cooled off, but you'll get knocked over. Google wants to change that.
The UK's waterways are being mapped by Google, so you can take a stroll down them without getting wet.
Forget machine parts and iPhone cases, the Dutch are thinking much bigger by using a 20-foot-tall 3D printer to create whole rooms that can be assembled into unique, customized houses.
Earbuds and in-ear headphones: what exactly is the difference? The Audiophiliac breaks it down.
Towering over the Forth and Clyde canal, The Kelpies are a tribute to Scotland's horse-powered history.
Japanese cell phone provider DoCoMo offers Android phones with a "safety mode" that locks the device if you try to use it when walking.
The European Commission has opened an antitrust investigation involving contracts that give broadcasters exclusive territorial rights to show video content.