Archive for » November, 2011 «
The online music service is allowing third parties to write add-on apps adding functionality to its music player.
The science fiction novel, in which firemen burn books, is published as an e-book despite its author's dislike of the format.
Data about health, weather, travel and house prices is released by the UK government for free use by third parties.
Engineers say they have developed a bone-like substance that can be created by 3D printers to create a scaffold for new bone tissue to grow over.
A US judge orders social media sites and search engines to remove firms selling counterfeit goods from their pages.
A science writer explains why she steers clear of new gadgets
Samsung wins a major battle in its tussle with Apple after an Australian court overturns a ban on the sale of its Galaxy tab.
7 questions on computer programmes
Solving software problems with cash-prizes