Our round-up from the fringes of tech, celebrating the unsung heroes, the titans of days gone by, and the downright odd.
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Bored with your keyboard? How about something Klingon or shoe - like? Some are functional, some are edible, all are worth a look.
Silicon Valley is undoubtedly special in the computer industry, as this book describes in enthusiastic detail. However, it fails to note that similar 'clusters' have sprung up in other industries, at other times.
Tired of lugging large tech accessories? Compact your carry-arounds.
This wide-ranging, discursive, and deliberately provocative book argues for an alternative to a developing future in which we all become digital serfs, valued only for our eyeballs and our sharing ability.
There are some interesting entries in the top 10 brands on YouTube in terms of most viewed videos. And yes, Angry Birds does rather well in the list.
Building on the ground-breaking work of billionaire genius Tony Stark, the first Linux-powered Iron Man suits may soon be within the reach of homebrew builders.
The Cambridge University Computer Lab has celebrated its first 75 years with a coffee-table book that covers the history of computing from its pioneering EDSAC to the Raspberry Pi
Wireless charging could be a good way to say goodbye to the mess of cables on every desk - here's some creative ways the technology has been used.
The adventure began when I purchased a new home and ordered service from Time Warner Cable. TWC unilaterally canceled my service and the installation. Will our hero obtain service?
Do you go gaga for Game of Thrones or worship Wonder Woman? Treat yourself to a gift to celebrate your hero from your favourite TV show.
Ever wondered which brands are the most followed on Google Plus? Here are the top 10 fan pages.
This book explores how 3D printing will revolutionise the worlds of design, materials science and manufacturing.
Traditional hierarchically organised businesses are ill suited to the modern reality of social media and connected customers. According to this book, companies need to become more flexible — like an adaptive biological system.
Some people find the Windows naming system confusing, and Blue continues the trend. But examine NT's history and it all makes sense, if only on the Planet Zog.
DreamWorks Animation's long-term investment in HP goes public.