Reports are suggesting that the next version of iOS could come with Beats Music preinstalled.
You can now use Barclays Pingit to buy bus tickets on First Bus.
Huawei have teamed up with MegaFon to test 5G connectivity at the World Cup in 2018.
A British Kickstarter campaign plans to land a probe on the moon in 10 years.
Facebook have today launched a dedicated technology news page called FB Techwire.
Yahoo Mail users took to Twitter Tuesday with the hashtag #yahoomaildown to complain about an email service outage.
A San Francisco court declared that Google can arrange its search results however it likes, in stark contrast to the decision of European regulators.
Tesco superstores across the country now have access to much faster WiFi speeds.
US authorities say that 50,000 bitcoins are to be auctioned off in December.
Nokia have a big announcement to make but we have to wait until tomorrow to find out what it is.
Apple’s native web browser, Safari, is crashing for users around the world. Many angry iPhone and Mac users have taken to social media to report that typing into the address bar is causing the application to suddenly close.
When Gary Kasparov lost to chess computer Deep Blue in 1997, IBM marked a milestone in the history of artificial intelligence.
Google is poised to confirm next week that controversial tax structures in Ireland, the Netherlands and Bermuda have boosted its offshore cash mountain to more than $43bn (£30bn), figures from financial analysts suggest.