Controversial website WikiLeaks has published the entire archive of hacked e-mails lifted from the inner workings of Sony Pictures. The website has claimed that the… Read More »Wikileaks Publishes Sony Pictures Emails
If you’ve been keeping track of developments in the drone world, you’d already know that Amazon are making inquiries and forays into getting these robot… Read More »Amazon Heads North To Test Drone Delivery
For anyone who is not familiar with Android Auto, it was announced at Google I/O last June, and essentially is a telematics standard that has… Read More »Android Auto app now available on Google Play Store
People are pretty annoyed at America right now due to intrusive spying undertaken online by security agencies from the country, so it’s only slightly less… Read More »US Govt. Debuts New ‘Cyber Threat’ Agency
Ever since 2012, microblogging social media site twitter has been releasing transparency reports on how many requests governments and law enforcement agencies have made to… Read More »Twitter Reports New Raise In Data Requests
The ongoing sanctions crisis in the Crimea is the result of last year’s violent conflict within the Ukraine, and as a result of the intervention… Read More »Crimean App Devs Hit By Sanctions Crisis
If there is one thing that will add fuel to the 2014 Christmas console wars, it’s a good old price cut, and our Xbox One-less… Read More »Xbox One to get a $50 price cut in the US – What about the UK?
Last night Apple took to the stage and announced a whole host of new devices to the world including the new Apple iPad Air 2,… Read More »Apple Pay NFC services launching on Monday 20th October for iPhone 6