Ever wondered how to search for something on the Internet without knowing the name of the object? How many times have you thought, What in the heck is THAT? I wish I could snap a picture or scan it and
Welcome to this week’s edition of Android Q&A! As always, we try to answer as many of your great questions as possible. This week, we talk about why phones are so expensive, just how secure is Android
Britons accusing Google of violating their privacy by tracking them via Apple's Safari browser face the search giant in the High Court today. In the hearing, Google is expected to ask for the case to dismissed,
The option of having parental controls implemented is pre-selected for new customers, but existing customers will have to opt in BT has turned on its new network-based filter, designed to prevent children
Just days after an LTE-Advanced variant of Samsung's Galaxy S 4 leaked, Korean carrier SK Telecom has officially announced it's launching the world's first publicly available LTE-Advanced wireless network.
Prime minister is proposing to rename the Self Defence Force in move that could give forces new role. A thousand members of Japan's security force are preparing to take part in joint drills with US Marines.
Over the past week, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has insisted that the government's PRISM data collection program is only being used to target the communications of non-US citizens the
Several French sites report receiving invites (shown above) to a Sony Mobile press event promising a surprise of size while showing off a device's slender side profile and a stylus. The reference could
Google says it has detected and stopped thousands of phishing attacks targeting email accounts of Iranian users ahead of the 14 June presidential election. In an online statement, the firm said it had
Jolla recently revealed its first phone, and now Finland-based carrier DNA has confirmed it will be the first operator in the world to offer the self-titled handset. Running the Sailfish operating system,
The mayor of New York City has unveiled a $20bn (£12.8bn) plan to protect the coastal city from flooding after a devastating October storm. Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan recommended a system of levees,