Will the North Korean leader force-quit a new video game in his honour along with The Interview?
9:07 AM Google's next iteration of it's Android operating system could be made for cars.
8:35 AM Oh, 2014; A year slightly older, slightly wiser, and even more full of moronic shenanigans than the last.
A research project into how children think when they use iPads has been given a funding boost.
Crowdfunders on the hunt for that elusive email: Someone on the Kickstarter team loves your project.
BlackBerry Ltd is working with Boeing Co on Boeing's high-security Android-based smartphone.
The world's most notorious file-sharing site was recently shut down. But that's not where it ends.
One more go for the traditional keyboard as BlackBerry bets on business workers.
Health minister wants to ban a controversial cannabis-extract electronic cigarette.
Xbox One users get a 40 GB download, instead of the 6.7 GB patch for Assassin's Creed Unity.
Blizzard's digital card game is now available for Android tablets in New Zealand.
Social network wants the right to challenge and reject bulk warrants for information.
After weeks of bad press, ride-sharing service introduces new driver screening methods using "scientific analysis".
Forget Facebook, office workers can now air their grievances and gossip via anonymous social network.