Mobile Out of Office
Fans attending this year's Ryder Cup in Scotland will receive special, interactive wristbands allowing them to take part in various events and share their experiences on social media.
A university student has created Chargeboard, a skateboard that charges your electronic devices using the kinetic energy generated by its wheels, and which also includes built-in speakers.
We caught up with Matt Shea of the popular game network WildTangent to see just how mobile games have affected the notion of modern day gaming.
The 40th Ryder Cup tees off in Scotland on Friday and there are plenty of ways to follow all the action and ensure you don't miss a single shot of golf's ultimate team competition.
Girl power is on the rise in the games world as new research has revealed that women now represent 52 per cent of the UK's gaming community.
Bookmaker Coral has tweeted a cheeky picture of the new iPhone 6 Plus that is now the only Apple smartphone that allows Manchester United to be a part of the league table on one page.
The world had a brief taste of the 20th century yesterday when Facebook went down for 20 minutes. Users turned to other social networks to poke fun at the outage.
While Windows Phone gets a lot of attention for what it doesn't have, the Microsoft mobile platform is slowly making progress. Now it is scoring a major win, and getting on par with rivals, as Spotify
The remote monitoring system costs $199, in addition to a $29 monthly subscription fee, and aims to provide peace of mind by alerting users when certain everyday appliances are used.
Hologram technology is slowly beginning to edge its way from the realms of Star Wars science fiction; it may not be long until we're able to project holograms straight from our mobile phones.
Flappy Bird was a worldwide sensation, and Swing Copters is its official sequel. Dong Nguyen has just announced the game will be arriving on Android and iOS this week.