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 whole South Park episode based around virtual reality can really mess with your mind.
HTC's camera expert Symon Whitehorn claims HTC smartphones could be feature the same quality optical zoom as DSLR cameras in 18 months time.
Driverless cars? Google has already wheeled one out. Robo-cops?
Music streaming is coming to Android Wear next month.
Self-made billionaire investor Carl Icahn is known for his very vocal endorsements and criticisms of the world’s biggest public companies, including Apple. Yet when he appeared on CNBC on Thursday, he wasn’t there to demand the company give shareholders dividends, as he’d been doing for years.
Exec. chats about plans to woo the traditionally Microsoft averse market.
A German designer has created one of the best looking concepts for a smartwatch we’ve seen.
40 years has passed since the invention of the sandwich toaster, and we’ve got some stats for the top fillings in the UK for you to look at.
Microsoft's Xbone One goes portable with this modder's custom design.
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.
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.