Android has evolved a lot over the years and has quickly become the dominant mobile platform across the globe. While most of us know exactly what Android is, and how to use it, there are still a number
Google is reportedly hitting the road for its next battle with Apple for mobile OS market share. The Web giant has teamed with automaker Audi to develop in-car entertainment and information systems based
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To the surprise of virtually everyone in France, the government has just passed a law requiring car services like Uber to wait 15 minutes before picking up passengers. The bill is designed to help regular
Access to the server could have allowed hackers to gain further access to internal BBC resources, experts claim A Russian hacker secretly infiltrated a computer server at the BBC and tried to convince
While there's been no reason to doubt whispers of a follow-up to Huawei's Ascend Mate, pictures of the super-sized device have so far been unflattering. Today, however, a Mate 2-toting source has sent
One of the big trends of 2013 has been 3D printing. While it is still too early to tell how much of a difference the technology will make, it is already having an effect on Christmas for some children.
The sound of "please put your item in the bagging area" has often provided irritation to a number of supermarket customers when using computerised check-outs but a new innovation could mean a more personalised
A single credit card sized device, called Coin, allows you to store the details of up to eight cards on it. But how secure is it, since you have to effectively clone your own credit cards to add their
A Russian hacker took control of a BBC computer server and attempted to sell access to it to other cybercriminals, according to reports. US firm Hold Security told Reuters and the Financial Times that
Over the weekend, there was some scary news for the world's biggest social network. Facebook, the story went, was "dead and buried", teenagers were turning away "in their droves", put off by their parents'
The Wall Street Journal reports that Google and Audi will use the Consumer Electronics Show next week to announce that they are working together to develop Android-based in-car information and entertainment
• Author: John Green The award-winning, genre-defining debut from #1 bestselling author of The Fault in Our Stars Winner of the Michael L. Printz Award Los Angeles Times Book Prize Finalist New York Times