BlackBerry CEO John Chen told CNBC on Wednesday the smartphone-maker is solely focused on making money and building a cash war chest to fuel innovation.
A custom console modder has built a portable laptop case for his Microsoft Xbox consoles.
And if you’ve £90,000 spare you can drive about and get an idea of just how much of a boss Batman must feel.
Travellers know that when it comes to making journeys more bearable, good noise-cancelling headphones can make the difference.
A book celebrating the Commodore Amiga is proving to be popular with fans
Phil Spencer confirms the screenshot feature will arrive in 2015, and the install times for the console are being improved.
Arx Pax have created an actual Hoverboard and you could own one, for $10,000.
A new update for Microsoft's Xbox One console will bring many new features and changes.
Sony's latest console bundle offers up two top free games.
Although the company is imposing some small limitations on its usage
Apple's iPhone 5 launch held few surprises on the hardware front, thanks to the barrage of pretty-accurate leaks in the weeks leading up to the event.
Today's Apple latest features news about the much rumoured iWatch, the 11.3 iTunes update plus the latest surrounding iPhone.
Brazilian government signs $7.2 million deal for military-grade robots to bump-up security at World Cup venues.
Three US patents indicate Samsung could be opting for more traditional designs for their smartwatches in the future.
The new streaming feature was announced yesterday during the Windows 10 event.
With the World Cup nearly upon we are going to look at 5 technologies that will be used in the tournament.
Never accuse the British of not loving a good gadget.
More than half of Phones4u’s former stores remain empty just over a year after the mobile phone retailer went bust.
BlackBerry delivered quarterly results on Friday that beat Wall Street expectations.
Other streaming services like Pandora and Hulu are being tested too.
Google’s snooper specs seen as invasive and uncool by the public, target market shifts to businesses.
BlackBerry denied earlier reports it was in talks with smartphone-maker Samsung about a potential takeover. The stock tumbled 17 percent in early Thursday trading on those denials.