After Google's annual developer conference concluded yesterday in San Francisco we are going to look at 5 of the best things that were announced.
British companies building apps for smartphones and tablets are forecast to generate £4bn in revenues this year, with the UK benefiting more than any other European economy from the billions consumers spend on their phones.
Google has just announced a huge update in its Android mobile operating system and here's everything you need to know.
Toyota's fuel-cell vehicle (FCV) will be released in Japan, US and Europe next year but it won't be cheap, setting buyers back around $70,000.
The US government is preparing to auction off more than 29,000 bitcoins seized from the Silk Road website when its alleged chief Ross Ulbricht was arrested, in a move that could net it over $17m.
The Israli city of Tel Aviv is set to test drive a new system that will see cars hover around a looped circuit.
Google's acquisition spree is continuing, with the company buying the connected camera company Dropcam for $555m and Alpental, which makes systems that could be used in future 5G connections.
The UK is the first country outside the USA to get a look at Google’s speccy computers
Researchers looking at the wider uses for virtual reality try out Oculus with school children.
With an expanding core retail business, Amazon's firing on all cylinders. But lot depends on the continuing growth of AWS. Can Amazon keep it up?
Ad execs aren't taking the threat of ad-blocking software seriously and that's a mistake, says this LinkedIn executive.
Just halfway into this year's Singles' Day shopping event, Alibaba has already eclipsed its record sales result from 2014.