The Domino's Pizza app is now ready to download for UK Xbox One owners.
You can now use Barclays Pingit to buy bus tickets on First Bus.
Banshee Chapter is a horror move that has been built for the Oculus Rift virtual-reality headset.
We got a little bit more information on the Apple Watch yesterday.
With Christmas fast approaching we look at five great bargain tech gifts.
Sony’s direct competitors close the gap between Xbox One and PS4
Apple has been fined more than $20m in Texas after a court found that the iPhone infringes patents granted on ancient pager technology in the 1990s.
The Jolla tablet seems to be a massive hit with online crowdfunders.
LinkNYC will see 10,000 Wi-Fi and service hubs installed across New York City beginning in 2015.
Google's Nexus 6 smartphone has gone live for pre-order in the UK.
Sick of kids waving selfie sticks around? Head to Disney's theme parks.
Today's Microsoft latest features news about Kinect 2.0, Nokia Lumia and the widely rumoured Surface mini.
Just incase you were unsure about freely exploring a massive procedurally generated universe
A book celebrating the Commodore Amiga is proving to be popular with fans
In a new HITC series we are going to be bringing you the best new technology Kickstarter projects from each week.
Barclays is ordering roughly 8,500 iPads for front-office staff in its 1,600 branches - an average of five per branch - in one of the largest uses so far of Apple's tablets in an enterprise, and one of its first in a UK high street bank.
A campaign to make broadband advertising more transparent has been set up by Which?.
After their $1 million Kickstarter campaign in 2013 the finished castAR product is finally being shipped.
Kazuo Hirai gets personally involved to cut the company's red tape.
If you're in the market for a new mobile phone then look no further than our guide of the top 5 smartphones of 2014 so far.
Concerns have been raised over the ease with which thieves can reset the Apple Watch, as well as pair it with any iPhone, without the original owner’s permission.
Some 957,000 Americans preordered the Apple Watch on Friday, the first day the company accepted orders, according to measurement company Slice.
Never accuse the British of not loving a good gadget.