Sony has treated its web-based PlayStation Store to a major – and no doubt, PlayStation 3 owners would contend, much-needed – redesign.
Crowdfunding website Kickstarter is opening up to UK projects on 31 October, with creators and startups already able to prepare their projects on the site in advance of the launch date.
According to the Pew Internet surveys, which are probably the best guide we have to internet use in the US, a quarter of all American adults now have a tablet computer.
Thousands of workers at Foxconn in China have gone on strike over working conditions related to production of the iPhone 5.
Microsoft didn't have much luck with a recent celebrity event hosted at one of its retail stores.
Google's market capitalisation passed that of Microsoft in early trading on the Nasdaq on Monday, marking another moment at which the company that defined computing in the 1990s has been outpaced by rivals.
Almost without noticing it, our world crossed a significant threshold last week.
Silicon Valley has long been the paradise where ideas are born and funded.
Rachel Whetstone, the Briton who has been head of communications and public policy at Google for several years, has been poached by Uber for a similar role.
Google's "mobilegeddon" algorithm update last month got all the headlines, but a secretive refresh a week later was more painful to many websites.