Black Friday ‘Team’ Camping Outside Best Buy for Two Weeks

November 27, 2014 | Tags:

A group of people in Florida have been living in a tent outside a Fort Myers Best Buy store for over two weeks in preparation for Black Friday, according to the New York Times. Derek De Armond set up the tent on the November 11th in order to avoid missing out on the biggest and […]

Can Apple Sell 70 Million+ iPhones Before Christmas?

November 27, 2014 |

Apple is to ship 71.5 million iPhones in the final quarter of 2014 – though sales are set to drop significantly in the first three months of 2015, say new estimates. The figures are from leading analyst Ming Chi Kuo, who also says that 57 million of the handsets will either be the iPhone 6 […]

Top Twitter Boss Accidentally Leaks Plans

November 27, 2014 |

A leading Twitter executive has accidentally unveiled plans to acquire another company after making what was supposed to a direct message public. The Tweet, which was sent by chief financial officer Anthony Noto and has now been deleted, was meant to be sent to a colleague and apparently shows that even Twitter bosses can have […]

UK Men Arrested After Expendables Piracy

November 27, 2014 | Tags: ,

Two men in the UK have been arrested in suspicion of leaking new blockbuster The Expendables 3 prior to its release date. The men were arrested in Upton near Liverpool and Dewsbury, West Yorkshire after copies of the movie started circulating online in late July weeks before its official US release dates of 15th August. […]

Google to Be Broken Up in Europe?

November 26, 2014 | Tags: , ,

Reports circulating across Europe suggest that the EU is to instruct Google to break up due to what’s being seen as its unfair dominance.  A report in the Financial Times says that European politicians want to make the tech giant separate its search arm from the rest of its business. Google owns 90% of the […]

Virus Regin the Work of a Government?

November 25, 2014 | Tags: ,

The virus Regin has been described as one of the most sophisticated examples of malware ever encountered by anti-virus company Symantec – and it suspects that has been written by a Government. Experts have said that the virus has been spying on companies, individuals and governments for as long as six years. The virus has […]

Solar-Powered Headphones on the Way?

November 25, 2014 | Tags: , ,

Few mobile devices offer a great deal of battery life but a new Kickstarter campaign is being launched to allow wireless headphone owners to spend more time away from the plug socket. New wireless headphones called Helios have been designed to make use of the sun rays through a film solar panel that is built […]

Low Sales for Samsung S5

November 25, 2014 | Tags:

Samsung have been selling fewer Galaxy smartphones for some time, and it appears that their S5 has failed to emulate the success of the device it was launched to replace, the S4. The Wall Street Journal claim that 4 million fewer S5s were sold than S4s after the latest model was released, which means that […]

Google Offers Users Chance to Block Ads – For a Fee

November 24, 2014 | Tags: ,

Google users can now avoid seeing ads when they browse online – but it will cost them. For a monthly fee, users can hide adverts from some sites, with a new Google service called Contributor being designed to appease ad-haters. Ads will be removed from Google’s partner sites when users browse on desktop and mobile […]

Sony Drops Jobs Biopic Plans

November 24, 2014 | Tags: ,

Sony have pulled the plug on plans to produce a movie about late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, reports claim. Jobs died of cancer in 2011, and Sony bought the rights to turn his life story into a film shortly after. The film was to be based on writer Walter Isaacson’s biography of Mr. Jobs. Rumors […]