UK Wi-Fi provider Purple slipped a 1,000-hour community service clause into its hotspot terms and conditions to test whether customers would read them.
Thanks to an Indiegogo campaign, you may soon be able to talk into a Banana Phone – a banana-shaped Bluetooth handset that you pair to your phone.
In its quest to clamp down on fake news, Facebook is using third party fact-checkers, and will soon provide the option of a ‘disputed’ label for posts.
Winnipeg man Dan Bergman is attempting to break a Guinness World Record by playing a fighting video game for 55 hours, all in the name of charity.
The owner of a bar in Hove, England got sick of customers not talking to one another, so he built a ‘Faraday Cage’ around it to block Wi-Fi signals!
An Australian firm has developed a robot called the Hadrian X, that can lay 1,000 bricks an hour, and build a house in just 2 days!
Scientists say they have developed microbots that can enter the human body to deliver drugs to targeted locations and perform operations.
Converse have teamed up with Cute Circuit to create a pair of Chuck Taylors with an in-built WAH-WAH pedal, called Chet Atkins All Wah.
Youtube footage shows a drone being used for good, with the delivery of coffee to a couple in a rowboat in Rockway Beach, Oregon.
Social media is changing the way we get our news, with an increasing number of people being informed by Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.