Here is a recipe: Take Foursquare, remove all potential usefulness. Take the entirety of dating, add all possible creepiness. Mix. Dump in five kilos of salt. Inject into jugular. Mm! You're now using Crowded Room, today's stupidest, disquieting iPhone app.
Your quad-core computer doesn't seem so great anymore now, does it, champ? AMD's Opteron 6200 boasts 16 cores running at up to 2.6 GHz each. That is a lot of number crunching. Sadly, the monster isn't made for you.
YouTube's probably a pretty big (and wildly unproductive) part of your life. So it sucks that it's organised like a drunken blind guy's sock drawer. Google's trying to do something about that with a new and very pretty redesign available to select users, according to The Next Web.
Hidden away in a remote part of the San Francisco Bay Area, Google has a top-secret lab that's home to the future. It's called Google X and guess what? Nobody knows for sure what happens in there.
Lenovo is not one to sit around and let Asus have all the super-spec'd tablet fun. Engadget has sniffed out a rumour that they'll be bringing their own quad-core Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) very, very soon. Monster fight!
You've probably heard of 4G, but also probably haven't used it yet. It's an umbrella term covering various faster mobile data connection standards, which are gradually taking off in various parts of the world.
Amazon's pushed its Kindle Daily Deal over the pond and extended the ereading bargain hunters dream to the UK public. Each deeply discounted deal lasts a day, with a fresh one served up as the clock strikes 12-midnight.
In a somewhat surprising, but totally understandable move, educational institutions are pre-registering any and all .xxx domains that might relate to their brand names. University of Missouri-Columbia has reserved missouri.xxx and missouritigers.xxx for instance.
Maybe you’re looking to dip your toe into the warm waters of modern gaming? Maybe you smashed up your current console with a steel-toed boot when you got killed by a baddie on the last level? Either way, today’s top deal could be one for you, but it’ll only be around until the end of the day.
Germany's Data Protection Authority is not happy with Facebook. It claims the social network's facial recognition system is a form of biometric data harvesting, for which it should've first sought the permission of users.
It's anti-bullying week this week in the UK and schools across Northern Ireland have set about tackling the impact of cyberbullying. 650 schools are taking part in the cyber-focus, with between 15-17 per cent of 10-13 year olds affected by the digital bullying.
Fresh from recent huge successes in the video game world, the Danish brickies at LEGO are teaming up with the film part of Warner Bros. to create a full, LEGO-based motion picture.
We've more or less accepted e-readers as the best way to read a book digitally, but there's still a whole lot that gadgets can do that e-readers suck at—literally anything you own with a screen is better at this stuff than an e-reader. The Kindle Touch is the first to really bridge that gap in a way that makes sense.
If there's one thing cooler than riding a motorcycle, it's riding a Tron: Legacy Light Cycle. Now you can, and without harming the environment.