By Jam KotenkoProvided by
When will we learn? When something is shared on your Timeline with a suspicious-looking link and a vague write-up like "This is amazing" – even if the person who posted it is your most trusted friend – don't click on it!
By Simon HillProvided by
The decision to enter the tiny tablet market may have been something of a reverse for Apple, but the resulting iPad Mini has certainly gone down well with consumers. Millions of Minis have been sold already and we can reasonably expect Apple to sell millions more.
By Graeme McMillanProvided by
By now, it's likely that even most paranoid people would agree that NASA and other scientific bodies have proven to the world that we are – barring unforeseen developments best not to think too hard about – unlikely to be hit by a meteor any time soon.
By Andrew CoutsProvided by
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has, as you may have heard, officially killed telecommuting for Yahoo employees as part of her strategy to bring the aging Internet giant back into fighting condition.
By Andy BoxallProvided by
If you're not all that excited about Google's Project Glass, then you may change your mind after seeing the company's latest promotional video, entitled How it Feels [Through Glass].
By Trevor MoggProvided by
International Space Station astronaut Chris Hadfield is, by all accounts, having a whale of a time 240 miles above Earth, tweeting some stunning images from his window on the world, recording a track live with Barenaked Ladies frontman Ed Robertson, posting a variety of sp