WhatsApp's developers have indicated that they do not plan to support BlackBerry 10. One good thing for BB10 buyers is that they don't completely rule out a return with their wording.
According to unnamed sources, Logitech has bought a huge quantity of mechanical keyboard switches in preparation for 2013. We can only wonder what they've got in store for the future.
The FBI has confirmed the arrest of 10 people over the Butterfly Botnet; a botnet that, peaking at more than 11 million machines infected, harvesting details on bank accounts and passwords.
Microsoft has launched fourteen Innovation Centres across four Indian states. The centres allow for students to gain certification with Microsoft's products, with seven in Andhra Pradesh alone.
Famous software activist Richard Stallman has accused Ubuntu developers Canonical of ignoring the privacy of its users by enabling a form of surveillance in association with Amazon by default.
A Mexican court has fined Yahoo $2.7 billion dollars over an apparent breach of a contract that seems to date back to 2003. The search giant obviously intends to challenge the decision made.
Facebook has removed an image seemingly showing a woman in rather, ahem, 'risque' positioning while proving someone's theory that the Terms of Service are somewhat flawed in their usage.
The hottest Android phone on the market right now could be up to two months from your pocket if you're buying from Google. Current delivery estimates are 8 to 9 weeks at most for the flagship phone.
Microsoft's software prices are set to rocket within the workplace, while their Office 365 subscription price goes down. Say what you will, but Microsoft is really pushing a switchover for the future.
Windows Phone 8's Room functionality is exclusive to WP8 phones, right? Wrong, it seems, because the company has explained how the technology can be used on other smartphones you might own and love.
BundleStars has listed eight games for as many dollars on their site, with all titles being available through Valve's Steam service. You thought you'd survived Steam's sales without buying didn't you?
A DNS change has put 284 webpages at a weakness to hackers. Among the pages defaced by a group of seemingly Turkish hackers are the eBay, Microsoft and Google sites. No groups claim responsibility.
Hackers identifying themselves as part of the Anonymous collective have admitted their guilt in an attack against PayPal, which the company alleges lost them £3.5 million during 2010.
Russia and Turkey are receiving a different default engine to most WP8 handsets, with Yandex coming as standard on both. The partnership could help gain some control for Yandex within Turkey.
Microsoft has turned against a partner they've had since the mid-1980s in Callison Architecture, due to poor quality work on one of their main data centers. This left thousands of machines at risk.
Kim Dotcom's extradition to the United States hearing could be pushed all the way back to July 2013, with the family's case reaching box-office proportions in terms of plot twists and turns.
Almost twenty years after it had disappeared, the oldest functioning digital computer in the world has been restored and put on display. The hefty British bruiser was found in a municipal store room.
If you need a ridiculous amount of storage space, Western Digital can say that they more than have you covered. The company has brought its top-tier hard drives to a monstrous 4TB capacity.
Malware known to pre-date Windows 8 has seemingly been updated to identify Microsoft's newest operating systems. It is currently spreading through Google Docs, with an apparent focus on Brazil.
WordPress has added functionality today, allowing bloggers across the world to pay using the digital Bitcoin currency while side-stepping issues such as PayPal being unavailable or limited.
A Dutch national who demanded rewards for ceasing attacks on an MMO's servers could be "levelled up" to five years in the slammer after being found guilty of conspiracy to commit computer intrusion.
It's not often you come across a brand new phone for good money, but HTC's 8X handsets could be as little as $79 through Best Buy and eBay (excluding the contract), which we'll admit is enticing.
Adobe has acknowledged in an official blog post that their Connectusers forums remain down, almost 48 hours after intrusion by an Egyptian hacker who sought to highlight Adobe's slow bugfixes.
Employment isn't always easy to find, but Facebook is trying to change that. The giant social network has partnered with numerous entities to bring the hunt to the News Feed.
In an unusual move, internet communication giant Skype has given away a free month's use to many users, opening up all the service's abilities for a short time. Expect prank calls aplenty in future.
India's president, Pranab Mukherjee, has unveiled the country's Aakash-2 tablet. A successor to the original Aakash, the new model brings Android 4.0 to the table and is aimed at students especially.
4G-LTE in the UK could cause significant problems for digital television signals in the next year, due to the spectrum potentially knocking some sets offline if they're close to a 4G base station.
McAfee antivirus creator John McAfee is wanted in the Central American country of Belize in connection with the shooting of a builder on Saturday night, following recent history of being... well, odd.
Apple has paid for the right to use the iconic Swiss railway clock in their latest version of iOS. The clock, one of the most famous Swiss designs of the twentieth century, dates back to 1944.
The Stellaris Launchpad has appeared in the wild, taking on the Raspberry Pi to claim the title of "cheapest single board PC". The Launchpad is retailing for $13, in a price range all its own.
Cray has announced its XC30 supercomputer, offering an impressive 100 petaflops of computing power to academics and researchers who might need it. No prizes for making a "that speed cray" joke.
Judge Barbara Crabb has binned a case between Apple and Motorola Mobility over the licensing of patents for use in iOS devices, with both companies willing to continue to negotiate on pricing.
Cypress Hill backing musician Michael 'Shagg' Washington has finally had his case against Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas voided, ending an argument that has been ongoing since 2010.
With Linux and its open source nature people have been able to create unique projects, and the wittily named 'Whonix' is no exception. Combining security tools it brings several layers of IP security.
If you want an official Facebook app for Windows 8, you'd better be prepared to wade through carefully-worded statements as both companies redirect you to each other despite their close relationships.
Third-party results finally suggest that Google's mail service is leading the world, despite the search giant having claimed this to be the case during the summer. Somehow, Yahoo is still hanging on.
If you've ever wanted to see how far you could take the concept of car modification, 3DTuning might be the best thing since sliced bread. The site allows you to butcher cars to your heart's content.
Microsoft has added additional functionality to the Office 2013 preview, with a quick reply button in Outlook 2013 to streamline plenty of business professionals' workflows and reduce open windows.
Microsoft's Steven Sinofsky dropped some knowledge today with the factoid that Windows 8 has had a ridiculous amount of testing, with over a billion hours of pre-release tests from users.
ACTA and the whole copyright concern around it, was thought to have been laid to rest. It hasn't been: A European Commission negotiator managed to let slip CETA copies from ACTA.
Despite being named as a Windows Phone 8 launch partner, Huawei's plans for the new OS remain largely unknown. But now, pics of its new 'Ascend W1' handset have leaked online.
Early buyers of Samsung's flagship Android handset were given the choice between blue and white, but now Verizon customers can also choose from black and... brown? Yup, brown.
Foxconn, the world's largest electronics manufacturer, has been targeted by an iOS game which was pulled by Apple less than an hour after it was published to the store for others to download.
After more than a year of investigation, it seems that the FTC feels Google has been exploiting its position at the top of the market to ensure that rival services do not get a chance to oppose.
A leaked roadmap originating from T-Mobile has given us a potential release date for the HTC 8X, as well as a previously unheard of device identified as the "Dell BMW"; any idea what that could be?
An iPad buyer was left disappointed in Texas after receiving an iPad box stuffed with notepads rather than Apple's tablet, leaving one very disappointed teenager on their birthday.
The RSA has unveiled a product allowing users to split their passwords across two different computer servers for additional security; hackers will need access to two different servers to attack.
Gmail's latest addition might help you dig up documents you forgot you ever received, indexing .doc and .pdf files among others so they can be hunted down with a simple search in the web interface.
The White House has admitted a cyber-attack occurred on Sunday, in which the hackers could have accessed information about the country's nuclear arsenal. China has been suggested as a perpetrator.
Japan's government has agreed to new legislation against criminals caught downloading illegally, bringing in a maximum fine of two million yen or a potential two year stay in a prison cell.