Two hacking groups, Anonymous and Team Poison, have joined forces to take on the banks, steal money and donate it to charities and protests. Reclaiming the "99 per cent's money back".
Google's in the process of scrapping its short-lived black navigation bar and is simplifying things with a uniform plain grey search bar armed with drop-down menus; very reminiscent of the Google search bar add-on from Internet Explorer's yesteryear.
In its Gingerbread update last month, Sony Ericsson sneaked in some WebGL support. That means that any of its current 2011 line up, including the Xperia Arc, can now take advantage of WebGL graphics directly in their browsers without plugins.
A lot of you read Giz using Google Chrome — which means a good percentage of you should be interested in the news that Chrome will soon have plug-and-play gamepad support added. It'll work on any computer (or Chromebook) running the Chrome browser, and according to Google, will be a seamless experience.
Sony's gaming division is tracking the growing rumours of a new Microsoft console, with the aim being to release its PlayStation4 as near to it as possible — so there won't be a huge headstart for Microsoft this time around.
LG's long-running partnership with fashion people Prada will continue in 2012, with both companies announcing a renewed friendship — and revealing the above sketch of a future Prada branded smartphone.
There's a reason old hardware doesn't get new software upgrades. Like the iPhone 3G's iOS 4 update, this unofficial Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Android phone that started it all, is, well... crippling.
It looks like Big Fish's pleasure at launching the first game subscription app for iOS has been replaced by pain and confusion, as Apple's pulled the rug from underneath them.
Calling the X-S1 a "new breed of bridge camera," Fujifilm's snapper has a 26x optical zoom lens and the same 2/3-inch 12-megapixel EXR sensor that's used in the retro-styled X10 model.
Following the success of subscription services through Newsstand, Apple's given the go-ahead for a game subscription service from Big Fish Games. For $6.99 a month you'll have unlimited streaming access to a whole host of iPad games.
A group of Italian scientists have questioned those faster-than-light neutrino test results, claiming that anything moving that fast should lose energy — but that's not what the original tests showed.
The days of traditional screens could be numbered if the news coming out of Washington University is anything to go by. It's testing contact lenses that could project information into the wearers eyes and initial safety tests look promising.
Qualcomm's Mirasol screen technology, which promises full color, low-power, e-ink displays that'll bring Sunday supplements to life like never before, are about to launch. E-reader specialist Kyobo has shown off the first finished product.
Apple might have forced Adobe to kill Flash mobile, but Occupy Flash wants to unite the world in eradicating Flash from the desktop as well. The goal is simple: get everyone to uninstall Flash Player and you can join the fight now.
It didn't take long for complaints about the Galaxy Nexus to start rolling in, with Google confirming its hot new Android 4.0 phone isn't currently compatible with Adobe's Flash Player and early adopters spotting an odd volume-muting software bug.
Ooops, looks like Nokia's let slip that it's got another Windows Phone up its sleeve, and it looks like the rumored Ace — perhaps its true flagship. The video was quickly pulled, but not before someone made a copy.
Sony, Samsung, Panasonic and 3D technology specialist Xpand 3D are moving forward quickly with plans to create a single format for active shutter 3D glasses, with many more TV makers joining the standards licensing scheme.
Chalk this one up as rumor, but Engadget's been sent a render of a new HTC handset codenamed 'Zeta'. The monster device is supposedly packing a beast of a 2.5GHz quad-core CPU besting the previously rumored quad-core Edge.
The general manager of the French division of Nokia has just let slip one enormous great secret, revealing plans for a Nokia made Windows 8 tablet. And it'll be launching next summer.