Jeff Bezos unveiled his space travel company Blue Origin’s brand new rocket on Tuesday morning at Cape Canaveral, Florida.
It's official—Apple will hold an event on Sept. 9.
Do you think it is OK to use your phone while eating? How about to make call in a restaurant? Or to take a photo at a family meal?
If you’ve had a run of blurry photos taken with an iPhone 6 Plus smartphone, the problem may not be your photographic skills.
Pakistan has banned BlackBerry’s enterprise server and its internet and messaging services “for security reasons” in a crackdown on privacy.
Microsoft’s mobile business just keeps calling wrong numbers.
Mobile roaming fees will be scrapped in the European Union (EU) from June 2017 after lawmakers reached a deal in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Sick of kids waving selfie sticks around? Head to Disney's theme parks.
A new Kickstarter campaign offers up the chance to help fund the creation of a Hotline Miami themed action figure.
Apple's annual World Wide Developer Conference kicks off next Monday and here is what you should expect.
You can now play your PS4 games remotely over your home network with PS TV.
A double-amputee has been testing two new limbs controlled by his thoughts.
Today's Microsoft latest features news about Kinect 2.0, Nokia Lumia and the widely rumoured Surface mini.
The Microsoft briefing dropped the big news today.
HoloLens will let users play games, watch movies, collaborate on projects and more, using augmented reality.
Samsung has unveiled the latest editions of its Galaxy handset, featuring a curved screen and payments technology designed to replace credit cards, as the South Korean group attempts to reboot its flagging smartphone business.
Remember the iPod mini? When Apple launched that in January 2004, at a time when a huge swathe of the fast-growing digital music player market was still up for grabs, people thought Apple was crazy.
With the World Cup nearly upon we are going to look at 5 technologies that will be used in the tournament.
Apple and the US Justice Department are headed back to court over a locked iPhone. And once again, both sides are accusing the other of being duplicitous.
The US government dropped its court fight against Apple after it successfully pulled data from the iPhone of San Bernardino gunman Syed Farook, according to court records.