Hackers, do you consider nothing sacred? Sack the CIA, beat up credit card companies, fine. But how could you spoil the wedding day of two awesomely-rich, good-looking people? They're royalty! But their big day was almost hijacked.
Amazon could just be getting a jump on moving units of a product that's certain to sell well during the holidays by lowering Apple TV's price to $90 in the States, and £91.99 in the UK. But what, exactly does '2010' imply? Are they clearing inventory for something new? [9to5mac via Cult of Mac]
Some apps look and play like the 8-Bit classics from the golden age of gaming. Others take a modern approach, employing sleek graphics to show their cutting-edge credentials. And Amazing Breaker? It looks like the kind of game that a Las Vegas magician would have made. We're thinking David Copperfield, or perhaps Siegfried & Roy.
Space Gold, as we all know, is the rarest and most-expensive form of precious metal known to ma—wait, whaddya mean it's just regular gold that's been shot into space? And they want how much?!?!
Altec Lansing's Custom-Molded Monitors Deliver Accurate Sound for Aspiring Audiophiles and Seasoned Musicians Alike
Altec Lansing is excited about their A1, A2 and A3 in-ear monitors. They've always produced quality products, but now they've gone all out to not only design a triple-balanced armature, but also develop a custom ear molding using a unique silicone.
Online console gaming is the status quo, but nothing will ever usurp the joys of throwing your controller in disgust, cursing, and punching your friends in the arm during couch multiplayer. Sony has a magical, magical reinvention of offline competition.
The Facebook wall is our social document of record. Etched in rock like an Attic tablet, the things said on a wall provide a poignant look back at who said what, and when. Not anymore. Timeline lets you rewrite history.
Nokia's trying to push the boat out for its Windows Phone 7 launch, with the Lumia 800 heralded as its saviour. As part of it, the Finns are taking over the Millbank Tower in London on the 28th of November for a free 30-minute set from dedmau5.
Poor Galaxy Tab 10.1 owners, you've been waiting patiently for your delayed Android 3.2 update and when it comes, it takes out your Wi-Fi. Samsung's aware of the issue, has pulled the update and is 'looking into it'.
Ruggedising your personal electronics, especially waterproofing them, is a pain, typically requiring either you stuff it in a PVC bag or ensconce it in four pounds of silicone rubber. But, one day soon, our precious gadgets may come waterproofed on the molecular level.
Good news Lumia 800 fanciers; Nokia's just let slip that its first Windows Phone 7 effort will be available tomorrow. It can be had from £26 a month on contract and can be picked up from the networks, Carphone Warehouse and Phones4U.
Are you STILL wandering around clutching your old-fashioned Nintendo DS Lite to your bosom, looking like some kind of relic from the technological equivalent of the 1960s, or even the Boer War? Ugh.
Google's announced a simple way to stop it indexing the location of your Wi-Fi hotspot -- just add '_nomap' to the end of your router's Wi-Fi broadcast name and Google will ignore it.
If you really don't have anything better to do on November 25th, Kent Council is holding a "Developing Solutions Camp" where local IT boffins can submit ideas, work up prototypes, have a free buffet lunch and maybe win some cash.
There's a bit of tension among Welsh internet activists, with some petitioning for a Welsh .cymru top-level domain, while others prefer the safer option of using .wales so it doesn't confuse outsiders quite so much.