There are certain false tech notions and stories that get circulated often enough to sound true. We look at 10 of the most common ones that you need to be aware of.
The Galaxy S5, could come with an iris scanner capable of recognising any user based on their eye.
Apple is not expected to adopt curved displays as the only capable flexible suppliers - Samsung and LG - cannot even meet their own needs.
"A child born today will grow up with no conception of privacy at all," he said in a recorded video message.
One major US bank fears that the thieves would be able to crack the encryption code and make fraudulent withdrawals from consumer bank accounts.
Former PR executive Justine Sacco has become a worldwide target for nasty jokes and vicious insults over the weekend after posting a Twitter message.
US singer says cyberstalker terrorised her and loved ones for six years.
A level in the recently released Battlefield 4 is set in Singapore in the year 2020.
The Mariposa Botnet was designed to steal sensitive information, spread viruses and launch denial of service attacks.
Campaign encourages people to keep devices face down while with friends.
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