Scrolling by moving your eyes. Adjusting the volume with a flick of the wrist. It won't be long before the computer mouse is a thing of the past.
The annual vapourware games – otherwise known as the International Consumer Electronics Show – took place last week in Las Vegas.
Google is integrating its Gmail service and Google+ social tracking network so that people without your Gmail address can send you emails by a name search.
With an explosion in the use of social media, some employers have turned to Facebook and Twitter to learn more about potential job applicants.
As many as two million European users of Yahoo may have received PC malware from virus-laden ads served by its homepage over a four-day period last week.
Three years ago, IBM's Watson supercomputer beat all the human contestants in "Jeopardy," and the company has made the project a top priority.
Google is facing renewed criticism over the default privacy settings of its Android operating system after a transgender woman was outed by Google's Hangouts app.
Bored at work today? Need to boost your trivia knowledge now that all the kids are back in school? Try Googling “fun facts” or “I’m feeling curious”.
Apple has “a bit of homework to be done” to improve its Apple Music streaming service, the company’s international iTunes boss has said.
Sony has skipped 2K and gone straight to 4K for the launch of the world’s first UHD 4K smartphone, which has four times the number of pixels of Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus.