A Twitter troll is begging for forgiveness after he was exposed as a 28-year-old father of two in Scunthorpe.
A developer used augmented reality platform Unity and simulated the entire scene with a few critical twists.
The new Darpa research programme aims to tap into sea creatures' "natural sensing capabilities" to monitor adversaries' naval activities.
The Nasa-backed project could ultimately improve efficiency of the astronauts on deep-space missions.
The spyware steals victims' photos, contacts, call logs and can also spy on conversations when the infected device is within range.
Alabama primary school teacher Price Lawrence wrote about the girl's moving offer on Facebook where it has been shared over 200,000 times.
Sim only contract plans are becoming more popular as people start to buy phones outright. But should you jump on Virgin's new unlimited data offer?
Emily O'Brien and Troy Baker are the two latest additions to the cast of Hideo Kojima's next game Death Stranding.
A former Google engineer is suing the Internet company and claiming the only reason he was sacked was because he spoke out against racism.
The helicopter is being built by Russian Helicopters Group, part of Kremlin defence contractor Rostec.
Nintendo is working on a new Super Smash Bros game for Nintendo Switch and aims to release it later this year, according to industry insider Emily Rogers.
"Which is worse: directing your AG to investigate your political enemies or misspelling his name? Hello America, it's Wednesday!" Amy Siskind tweeted.
The first mission of the vehicle will be an uncrewed flight to the far side of the moon sometime in 2020.
The founder and CEO of Amazon is spending $42m to build a giant clock inside a mountain in Texas.
Over the years, Apple fans have been treated to a heap of headline features on the iPhone. But what about the additions no one really noticed until later?
A billion particles trapped in a vacuum inside a container that is just above absolute zero will be moved between labs.
Votiro's findings come as hackers continue to develop new, clever ways to exploit victims and earn cryptocurrency often by exploiting popular platforms.
The seemingly secure document, however, actually contains the Adwind malware that is capable of exfiltrating data from the infected computer.