BlackBerry has reported losses for the ninth successive quarter with dismal sales figures for its BB10 phone range.
Technology is moving faster than society’s perceptions are. That’s why the Moto 360 isn’t just a great-looking product, it’s part of a culture war. Sort of
Ahead of the Lego Simpsons 25th anniversary episode that will air on May 4 – Lego has lifted the lid on its minifugures line up including all of Springfield’s favourites.
Microsoft’s office for ipad apps have already climbed to the top of the App Store – now it seems a printing feature is on its way.
Here's our round up of all the week's best tech and gaming news from around the web…
A new report ranking app crash rates reveals that apps are twice as likely to crash on iOS than Android with the Samsung Galaxy S4 being the most stable device.
After launching way back in December for iOS devices, smash-hit puzzle app Cut the Rope 2 has finally landed on Android as a free download.
A leaked video has appeared online showing off the upcoming Nokia Lumia 630 – expected to be one of the first devices running Windows Phone 8.1.
Yesterday, BlackBerry boss John Chen took to the company’s official blog to rant about leaks. Nothing to do with his “faucet”, as our American cousins insist on calling it. No, he was talking about people leaking details of upcoming phones to the public and members of the press.
Luminescent minimalism at its finest, Philips’ LED ceiling does away with the lampshades of old and ushers in a new age of dazzling décor.