Technology

Fourteen million now on Windows 10

Microsoft says its new operating system is now running on more than 14 million computers across the world.

The wearable you already own

A truly wearable device should feel like clothes. The Apple Watch isn't clothing, it's jewellery.

Obama wants fastest computer ever

4:07pm President's latest project aims to build a supercomputer that can process a billion-billion operations per second.

Smart rifle gets hacked

Security experts uncover weaknesses in internet-connected self-aiming firearms that lets hackers can take control.

Calling all 80s toys Nostalgiatrons

It's time to play with all your favourite 80s action figures again in Ubisoft's Toy Soldiers: War Chest.

Microsoft beats Google

Search engine punished for unfairly demanding billions of dollars for use of patents covering Wi-Fi and video downloads.

Robot bug can jump on water

Robot inspired by water striders, a family of bugs known for their ability to skilfully skim the water's surface.

Toyota helper robot cares for the sick

Goodbye, Android, hello darkside

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