Apple is set to announce a record-breaking $180bn (£110bn) in revenues from sales of its luxury electronics in the year to September, propelled by rising demand for the latest iPhone models.
Much of the hype about any Apple launch is bound to surround the new hardware, and the introduction of iPhone 6 and giant-size 6 Plus was no different.
Custom console modder Eddie Zarick has now created a portable PlayStation 4.
Cool video showing the VFX breakdown from one of the action scenes in X-Men Days Of Future Past.
Samsung's new super-fast wi-fi could make it much quicker to transfer data over a network, and stream movies and games between devices.
Hardware company PiixL has created a Kickstarter compaign for their unique mounted PC for the living room.
Driverless cars? Google has already wheeled one out. Robo-cops?
Virtual reality headsets like the Oculus Rift and Samsung Galaxy Gear will take you on a tour of the Batcave.
For those of you who have cats that are also into their retro gaming
Apple's sixth iPad is due to be revealed later in October, but new details have been leaked about the new device online.
The consumer version of Facebook’s Oculus Rift virtual reality headset is finally available for pre-order, costing £499 in the UK and $599 in the US.
It’s reported the two companies are working together to bring a home games streaming service but will there be enough bandwidth to stream In HD?
Reports suggest that Microsoft are developing a virtual reality headset for the Xbox One.
Star Trek’s futuristic vision of talking with friends through a small communicator badge on your jacket is about to become a reality, according to a startup in San Francisco.
Multiple photos of what is allegedly the iPhone 6 have been leaked online by French website Nowhereelse.
According to Apple chief executive Tim Cook, the reason iPhone users have had to wait until now for a 4.7in (12cm) and larger screen is because Apple wanted to do it right: keep the phone thin and light, and keep the screen quality up.
And its coming this week but only in Europe and only from 3DS to Wii U
The young Microsoft Certified Professional wants to start his own company and create a UK Silicon Valley.
Earin, a Swedish technology company are creating tiny wireless earbuds that will make you look like a secret agent.