Today's Microsoft latest features news about Kinect 2.0, Nokia Lumia and the widely rumoured Surface mini.
The Xbox One’s motion controller will be available as a stand-alone purchase for Windows PCs
US officials have ordered overseas airports to increase their level of security with passengers' electronic devices.
Within the salons of the Elysée Palace, along the corridors of the European parliament and under the glass dome of the Reichstag, Old Europe is preparing for a new war.
Google’s search website suffered an intermittent outage on Friday morning that prevented users from conducting searches or accessing services through the main Google website.
Samsung has announced they will cease all production of plasma TVs in favour of ultra high definition.
Google’s Webmaster Tools service sent me two emails on Wednesday morning. This isn't unusual for me (I'm head of search engine optimisation at the Guardian) but the subject line was entirely new: 'Notice of removal from Google Search’.
Facebook has today launched its much overdue Messenger application for the iPad.
Managers in Silicon Valley call it the “Dave rule”: to assure proper gender balance you must have at least as many women on your team as guys named Dave.
The online collective Anonymous “is at war” with the Islamic State following the attacks in Paris, in a continuation of its “#OpISIS” campaign.
Last holiday season, Amazon rolled out new deals every 10 minutes.
Alas, poor Zune: Microsoft’s long-doomed answer to the iPod has finally given up the ghost, according to a quiet and brief eulogy posted on Microsoft’s support pages on Sunday.