BlackBerry has announced it will license 240,000 Android applications from Amazon - in a move that may presage a downgrading of its internal developer relations efforts for its stuttering BB10 software.
Unity games creators will be able to develop for Sony’s VR headset in the near future.
A new Chinese super-structure called the Phoenix Towers could soon become the tallest building on the planet.
Newly disclosed details on the demographics of Yahoo's workforce highlight a serious diversity problem facing Silicon Valley.
Unity 4.3 for PlayStation 4 is now available allowing Unity developers to self-publish for the platform.
Independent artists could disappear from YouTube "in a matter of days" after the Google video service confirmed it was dropping content from independent labels that have not signed up for its upcoming subscription music service.
Speech-recognition software company Nuance has reportedly held discussions with Samsung over an acquisition.
If you were wondering how much value is in advertising on Facebook, a new study by the site Simply Measured might make you think twice about spending the money.
Youtube will begin removing your favourite music videos after it emerged that they have failed to agreement new terms with indie record labels.
There is universal consternation about the inability of most industrialised countries to return to strong economic growth, despite zero or negative interest rates and varying degrees of fiscal stimulus.
A spider’s silk has long been admired by scientists for being incredibly robust – five times stronger than steel – as well as flexible, elastic, soft and stable at high temperatures. They are properties that could be put to use in a wide range of consumer products.
David Galbraith, a partner at venture investment firm Anthemis, has a statistic he likes to quote.