A German steel company is creating elevators that can travel vertically and horizontally.
It was only a brief rush of shots but there's plenty to be getting on with in the first trailer for The Force Awakens.
Microsoft are also said to discuss their plans for phones, tablets and Xbox One at the January event.
Welcome to Throwback Friday, the weekly article that looks back at classic games and movies. This week we look at the classic TV series, Eerie, Indiana.
11 Bit Studios' new war sim claims enough sales to cover its production costs in no time at all.
Takashi Sensui's role as Xbox Japan's head comes to an end.
A new government report asks that clearer terms and conditions are created for social media websites and apps.
Matt discusses what he liked about the teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Adam has watched the new teaser trailer for Star Wars Episode VII, but he's not overly excited.
The first trailer for JJ Abrams Star Wars sequel is here, cue the music!
Samsung is to cut jobs and expenditure at its headquarters in anticipation of a slump in the smartphone market, according to a Korean financial newspaper.
Microsoft is set to buy Israeli cloud cybersecurity start-up Adallom in "one of the largest" of the group's recent acquisitions, a source close to the situation has told CNBC.
Putting on music is often seen as an energising action to aid dancing, even jogging. But now one of the fastest-growing new album categories features music focused on the opposite goal: putting listeners to sleep.