An alleged iPhone 6 prototype is up for auction on eBay, and the price has broken $100,000.
The company introduces a new prototype making use of the Kinect to project game environments into any room.
Google's secretive advanced-projects lab is creating a giant display that is made of smaller screens.
The fashion editors were invited to have a play with the new Apple Watch in Paris. Here are five things of note from a morning of madeleines and wearable tech
To the technology trade, I am what is known as an “early adopter” (translation: gadget freak, mug, sucker). I had a mobile phone in the mid-1980s, for example, when they were still regarded as weird.
Apple has responded firmly to claims that its new iPhones can bend in use, saying that only nine customers have contacted it with problems since the phones went on sale last Friday. The company said in a statement earlier this week that it had sold 10m of its new iPhones over three days.
More doom and gloom for the fruit company as new operating system ends up bricking people's iPhones.
BlackBerry's hope is that the Passport will appeal to the elite smartphone user that its brand used to own as it stakes its future on becoming a provider of secure enterprise software.
The bigger screens but thinner bodies of Apple’s new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models have come at the cost of rigidity, according to owners who say they bent while being carried in trouser pockets.
It’s reported the two companies are working together to bring a home games streaming service but will there be enough bandwidth to stream In HD?
Reports suggest that Microsoft are developing a virtual reality headset for the Xbox One.
Star Trek’s futuristic vision of talking with friends through a small communicator badge on your jacket is about to become a reality, according to a startup in San Francisco.
Multiple photos of what is allegedly the iPhone 6 have been leaked online by French website Nowhereelse.
According to Apple chief executive Tim Cook, the reason iPhone users have had to wait until now for a 4.7in (12cm) and larger screen is because Apple wanted to do it right: keep the phone thin and light, and keep the screen quality up.
And its coming this week but only in Europe and only from 3DS to Wii U
The young Microsoft Certified Professional wants to start his own company and create a UK Silicon Valley.
Earin, a Swedish technology company are creating tiny wireless earbuds that will make you look like a secret agent.
Google has given its backing to cryptocurrency by installing a Bitcoin ATM in their London campus.