On Tuesday, word began to spread that game developers were being asked to remove their Candy-named apps from the iTunes Store. Incredulity spread fast on Twitter, as it always does when a particularly
The old theory that a butterly flapping its wings can cause a hurricane on the other side of the world may be somewhat far-fetched. But that a ship dropping anchor can disrupt the lives of millions has
It is now the proud owner of the world's biggest public domain name server (DNS), handling an average of more than 70 billion requests a day, it says. DNS is the thing that translates the words you type
The Kolibree toothbrush knows more about your mouth than you ever wanted to know. It monitors how you brush your teeth and lets you know if you're doing it wrong (yes, you can fail at brushing your teeth).
Scientists have developed the gadget for packets of perishable foods, which can tell when the contents are nearing their use-by date Computer chips in futuristic food packaging could warn consumers when
Nearly a century after he roamed these fields as a boy herding sheep and calves, Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was buried on Sunday in a curated garden of aloe plants, rocky outcrops and meandering paths a
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