The rubber-keyed icon of 80s gaming is set to make a comeback of sorts.
Only 12,300 units of the console will be made, and details on how to buy them in Europe are yet to be announced.
It's been revealed that Sony are behind the new e-paper watch.
Bluetooth selfie-sticks need to be registered in South Korea in order to be produced and sold.
A German steel company is creating elevators that can travel vertically and horizontally.
Microsoft are also said to discuss their plans for phones, tablets and Xbox One at the January event.
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A new initiative has made a number of arrests across 45 different countries in combating airline tickets bought using fake or stolen credit cards.
The Topaz solar panel plant is now online and is delivering power to California.
A video has been posted to Instagram which shows Nintendo's new character figurines opening a subway ticket gate.
Apple has issued a response to recent reports that iOS 8 is susceptible to malware attacks.
Sony has launched an Android tablet that doubles as a laptop when connected to a keyboard accessory, despite announcing the end of its long-running laptop line in 2014.
The European Space Agency have successfully landed Rosetta's Philae Lander probe on a speeding comet.
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Crysis 3 makers say next generation console offers still lag behind desktop computing power.
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Pakistan has banned BlackBerry’s enterprise server and its internet and messaging services “for security reasons” in a crackdown on privacy.
Samsung Electronics is spending more to build its new flagship Galaxy 5S than the previous model despite a slowdown in the high-end smartphone market.