The company behind the Falcon 9 space rockets is now building floating landing pads for the rockets to land on.
Bundle includes Assassin’s Creed: Unity, Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag, Forza 5 and Lego Marvel Super Heroes
‘Scientific’ researchers put the two consoles to the damage test.
Tired of your iPhone? Sentimental for BlackBerry's gold old days?
GoPro is reportedly moving into the drone market sometime in 2015.
Apple might be about to discontinue the iPhone 5c.
Apple's market cap hit $700 billion yesterday so here are 10 things they are now worth more than.
Baidu are planning of releasing a smart bike by the end of this year.
Reports are emerging that James Bond's next choice of car could be a Fiat 500.
Blackberry want to give you $550 (£350) and a Blackberry Passport for your brand new iPhone 6.
In the age of HD and 4K, LG is looking to create bigger and better flexible TV displays.
A new campaign for the streaming service uses GIFs that react to current events and weather.
Beyond the Rubik's Cube: inside the competitive world of speedcubing.
Virtual arousal to become a reality.
A Final Fantasy Type-0 HD themed PS4 is on its way next year, with a custom theme.
EE have just launched their new EE Buzzard 2 dongle.
Google is taking action against spam callers with a new version of its phone app for Android devices that identifies and helps blocks spammers.
Kratos to come alongside a super-slim console decorated in his honour.
Apple attempting to rival Spotify with new music app
Apple has released a fix for users affected by ‘Error 53’, a software issue that rendered useless iPhones that had had their home buttons replaced by third parties.
Do you think it is OK to use your phone while eating? How about to make call in a restaurant? Or to take a photo at a family meal?
If you’ve had a run of blurry photos taken with an iPhone 6 Plus smartphone, the problem may not be your photographic skills.
Pakistan has banned BlackBerry’s enterprise server and its internet and messaging services “for security reasons” in a crackdown on privacy.