You can now sign into MySpace with your Facebook account, a woman in China is sentenced to a year in a labor camp because of a tweet, and scientists have invented a camera that can photograph around corners.
You can now sign into MySpace with your Facebook account, a woman in China is sentenced to a year in a labor camp because of an unfortunate tweet, and scientists have invented a camera that can photograph around corners.
Cola Cam leaves nothing to the imagination.
We take a test flight with this iPhone-controlled spycam quadricopter.
A picture of an iPod Nano case with a hole for a camera has surfaced on the site Apple.pro, leading to speculation that the next Nano will be able to capture video like the old fifth-generation Nano could.
Android and a Qwerty keyboard have appeared together in a vision: the HTC Vision. This phone is rumoured to bring Qwerty back to HTC's line-up, along with a 1GHz processor
Stalkers will rejoice too if it becomes a reality.
What looks like a frumpy old cardigan might be hiding cutting-edge consumer spy tech. Thanko's button cam lets you record sound, images, and video on the sly.
A small camera is built into the side of the calculator, so you can pretend to be punching in figures while you're actually recording a clip of your office nemesis.