Samsung has unveiled the latest editions of its Galaxy handset, featuring a curved screen and payments technology designed to replace credit cards, as the South Korean group attempts to reboot its flagging smartphone business.
BlackBerry will have fewer than 1 million users outside businesses in the UK by the end of the year, a radical slump from a peak of nearly 8 million in June 2012, according to new research from two companies.
Samsung has confirmed that its smart TVs are erroneously inserting pop-up video adverts into television and movies played through third-party apps.
Irish startup Immersive VR Education is hoping to take a small step for virtual reality with a crowdfunding campaign for its app based on the Apollo 11 moon landing.
The price of mobile phone calls between different networks is expected to fall again after the UK communications regulator proposed a new cap on charges.
A new extended trailer for Jupiter Rising has been released along with a series of stills.
Music Unlimited to make way for the popular MP3 app on PlayStations 3 and 4
Support is to cease for two prominent Vita applications
Despite the record phone sales, iPad sales are dropping.
Just incase you were unsure about freely exploring a massive procedurally generated universe
A KVA Paramilitary helmet is free to all, but you’ll need to earn the rest of the outfit.
Routine is an exploration based survival horror set in an abandoned lunar research facility. It is exclusive to PC, but could potentially come to PS4.
The electric car manufacturers announce intentions to bump up support for their European customer base.
For those looking for an enormous TV and have £1 million lying around then the Titan Zeus 4K TV could be for you.
Driverless cars? Google has already wheeled one out. Robo-cops?
Fancy revisiting classic Spectrum era games on your flatscreen TV?
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It's been revealed that Sony are behind the new e-paper watch.
New potential for Oculus VR gaming beyond self-immersing first person action
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg explains how Facebook users and its advertisers could eventually offer a more immersive experience.
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.
Apple has hit back at criticism of its controversial “Error 53” message on iPhones, claiming it is part of measures to protect customers’ security.