A prototype tablet computer from Fujitsu features haptic technology - giving the illusion of being able to "feel" the texture of pictures that appear on screen. BBC Technology Correspondent Mark Gregory
The final installment of Edgar Wright's Cornetto trilogy is a worthy successor to Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz. Ah, that realm of ink-black secrets bubbling beneath the brittle crust of English normalcy
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They are the applications that Apple has tried to stop the world from using. With more than 700,000 apps available for download, perhaps Apple can afford to be picky, but some of those to be banned show
Alexander J. Velicky, a 19-year-old modder and aspiring Bethesda Softworks employee, spent a year creating a gigantic mod for The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, hoping it would help him score a job with the
It's fair to say that Microsoft could have done a much better job introducing the Xbox One to consumers. And after an uproar of negative feedback compelled the company to reverse course on some controversial
Sony has relaxed its digital rights management policy for the official Video Unlimited feature on PlayStation devices, allowing console owners to re-download purchased content from the company's Video
One reason that we prefer keyboards to pens is the dignity-saving presence of a spell checker -- but that won't help your average schoolchild, obligated to learn their language scrawling on dead trees.