A PayPal email scam is doing the rounds and swiping login data from the money transfer website's vast userbase. You have been warned.
Once a staple of Police Camera Action! and World’s Wildest Police Videos, high speed pursuits could soon be a thing of the past thanks to one new invention.
With cybersecurity an increasing concern in 2016, Yahoo data has highlighted the 10 worst possible passwords to use when using the internet.
SEAT has teamed up with Spanish water company Aqualia to trial a very different kind of automobile that gives new meaning to the term 'crappy car'.
Tech fans are happy about Apple's new Touch Bar. however, they're pretty angry about the price and the lack of USB ports.
Twitter are making more major cutbacks after shutting down its 6 second video app Vine. The social media site first bought the company back in 2012.
Charlie Brooker's Netflix series Black Mirror has fans seriously paranoid about their laptops. Did you cover your camera with Blu-tack too?
Fans of Jeff Goldblum have been flocked to Facebook to pay tribute to the Jurassic Park star, courtesy of "The Same Photo of Jeff Goldblum Everyday."
Do you ever find yourself overwhelmed by the sheer number of movies and TV shows available to watch on Netflix. This little app could help
The future of automobiles has arrived, and it looks very much like Elon Musk's Tesla car. Now they don't even need human guidance to run.
Nintendo has released the first-look trailer for the Nintendo Switch, and it looks like the most versatile games console yet.
Adult movie sites could be about to increase encryption and introduce HTTPS in order to keep users' browsing history private.
Could Julian Assange be dead? Twitter users are speculating after WikiLeaks posted 'dead man's switch' codes on Sunday night (October 16).
Netflix offline streaming has long at the top of subscribers' wish list – now it looks like it'll finally be becoming a reality.
Driverless cars are heading to Milton Keynes – unfortunately they don't look anything like the ones in Tom Cruise's Minority Report.
The idea of 3D holographic technology was first popularised in Star Wars: A New Hope. Now, some four decades later, it's finally arrived.
There is now a Death Star themed levitating Bluetooth speaker available for purchase. It has a rechargeable battery ensuring you can take it on the go
Fancy turning your phone into a Mission: Impossible-style device? This secret Facebook messages function will do just that.
Remember Sean Connery's 007 flick Thunderball? Now the James Bond jetpack is about to become a reality in the UK from 2017.
The clamour for Star Wars related products has seen some pretty weird and wonderful stuff but the Star Wars Death Star Toaster is something else.
The Nike HyperAdapt self-lacing trainers, based on the shoes seen in Back to the Future Part 2 are now a reality and on sale next month.
Google are set to unveil a new Daydream virtual reality headset will will sell for a retail price of $79 in the States, just in time for Christmas.
An India-based tech blogger discovered, to his horror, he had been locked out of Facebook for posting this picture of a rather smart looking cat.
An Apple customer has claimed his iPhone 7 blew up in the post after ordering it online. The incident bears a resemblance to Samsung's exploding Note 7.
RIP BlackBerry: The pioneering smartphone company is to stop designing phones, and instead focus on software development.
Amy Schumer may rank among America's most exciting young comedians but you may want to think twice before Googling her name.
YouTube have announced a new app for Android that will enable users to watch content while offline. The app is called Youtube Go.
The days of pining after a power point and smartphone charger could be over with scientists developing a battery with a life longer than you or I.
According to a Bloomberg report, The Walt Disney company might me about to buy the social media giant Twitter for an estimated $30 billion.
There's a new iPhone hack that will supposedly clear your phone's RAM and make your phone run faster and more efficiently.