A 4G test is investigating the effects of extra-fast LTE mobile Internet on Freeview TVs, complete with a helpline to report problems.
An extension for the Google Chrome browser lets you browse any website you wish.
Sites about relationships, rape and sexual abuse are being blocked automatically, a study has found, while hardcore porn is readily accessible.
Nearly two dozen photos surface that purport to be first looks at Google's next OS.
In a trial of 22,000 households in the West Midlands, just 15 suffered issues with their TV reception once a 4G network was deployed.
Gearing up for the 2012 Olympics in London, the U.S.-based peer-to-peer accommodation booking site snaps up its U.K. rival.
Ottawa airport installs microphones that are intended to, quite simply, bug private conversations between travelers. Might this be slightly intrusive? Or just plain creepy?
Some US customers have bought iPad 2s with a non-unique identifying code which could stop them connecting to the mobile network, prompting to Apple to recall the tablets.
Sony is offering free identity theft protection to everyone caught up in the PlayStation Network hack here in the UK, and more details have been revealed of how Fraud Protect will work.
The Nexus 10 successor, HTC One Max, and Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch are three of this week's juiciest Android-related rumors.