The HTC One M8 isn't the most radical update I've even seen, but it does carry a few significant changes. We get hands on with the world's newest high-end Android smartphone.
Nothing is set in stone, but based on recent leaks, rumours, and a little bit of educated guesswork, here's what we're expecting from the new HTC One.
Celebrating its eighth birthday, everyone's favourite bird-themed social network, Twitter, has unveiled a new tool allowing users to relive their first ever tweet. We relive our first time.
Opening the Wearable Technology Show, Intel chief evangelist and futurist Steve Power Brown outlined three key trends he predicts will accelerate the development of the wearables market.
We're still catching up on sleep following a busy week at CeBIT, but now that the dust has started to settle, it's time to reflect on what we learned at this year's conference.
CeBIT is one of the most important events in the IT business calendar, and we left generally impressed by our visit to Hannover this year. However, there is still ample room for improvement.
Industry giant Samsung has unveiled two new NFC-ready printer lines at CeBIT 2014 in Hannover as well as refreshing its Cloud Print apps with additional security features.
We sat down with George Frangou, founder and CEO of CODE_n finalist Massive Analytic, to learn more about the challenges of delivering scalable hardware and software suites for the big data era.
Computing giant Intel has used its high profile CeBIT 2014 press conference to declare a new collaborative security strategy involving itself, McAfee, and Wind River.
Over at CeBIT 2014, we just got our hands on a really sexy new bit of hardware, the Fujitsu Lifebook U904 Ultrabook. Coming with palm-scanning technology and the option of 4G, we were impressed.
With CeBIT 2014 well and truly underway, we learn more about the CODE_n big data startup competition by sitting down with its founder, GFT Group CEO Ulrich Dietz.
Opening CeBIT 2014 in Hannover, British PM David Cameron hailed the "new industrial revolution" and unveiled a 5G research partnership between the UK and Germany.
Ahead of the CODE_n startup showcase at CeBIT 2014, we sat down with internationally renowned designer Clemens Weisshaar to learn more about how big data can be translated into art.
Taking place 10-14 March, CeBIT 2014 was one of the best iterations of the event to date, featuring a heavy-hitting keynote lineup and the exciting CODE_n startup competition.
A UK abortion advice service has been whacked with a 200,000 fine after an inquiry found that it failed to sufficiently protect patient data that was hacked by Anonymous.
Having reached an initial 12,000 funding target in just 29 hours, the Campus North Kickstarter campaign is now chasing stretch goals as it looks to build a new tech hub in the heart of Newcastle.
Taking place 10-14 March In Hannover, CeBIT 2014 is one of the most important events on the IT business calendar. We'll duly be grabbing our passports - here's what we're most looking forward to.
This year's CeBIT is shaping up as the best ever, with keynotes from the likes of Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak standing alongside awesome events like the CODE_n startup competition. Dive in to win!
Popular London street food slinger Burger Bear has launched a Kickstarter campaign to help build a high-tech "diner-style disco paradise" in the heart of Silicon Roundabout.
The sand has finally settled in Barcelona and MWC 2014 has come to an end. Think you've missed something? Our handy guide will ensure you're totally up to-speed with the Samsung Galaxy S5 and more.
Between the Samsung Galaxy S5, Nokia X, and Sony Xperia Z2, this was one of the most memorable iterations of MWC to date. We've duly rounded up the best devices launched for your reference.
MWC isn't all about the smartphones, and one great example of the wide range of devices on show down here in Barcelona is the Sony Xperia Z2 tablet. We give it the hands on treatment.