Last week, we finally saw Android and Chrome OS coming closer together with some mobile apps being made available for Chromebooks – but don’t get too excited just yet.
It has developed panels that offer the same 100 lumens per watt of current LED and fluorescent panels as well as 40,000 hours of life per panel.
Made entirely out of silicone, the robotic arm moves by pumping air into different segments of the limb and could prove useful in minimally invasive surgeries.
Iconic X-wing fighters from the Star Wars film franchise could become a thing of reality, with the US defence department working on a laser weapon for military aircraft.
The Swiss watchmaker recently lost its vice president of global sales to Apple and is seeking revenge by going into direct competition with the tech giant.
This means passengers with a contactless bank card can ditch the Oyster Card system. Transport for London will accept all UK-issued contactless cards.
Researchers at Rice University, Texas, are developing light-sensing camouflage technology that could ultimately lead to the creation of a Harry Potter-esque invisibility cloak.
Following Cupertino’s big launch event, pundits are beginning to claim that Apple will revolutionise the phablet, smartwatch and NFC markets. We don’t think so…
With contactless payment accepted across all London transport services from today, it's time to take a look back at the other enhancements that have made an impact on the city's commuters.
Today’s tech: Phones 4u trouble, Samsung squares off against LG, Apple runs out of iPhone 6 handsets
The best of ITProPortal news including: Phones 4u has been forced into administration, Samsung and LG continue its bitter rivalry, and good luck getting an iPhone 6 on September 19.
Experts believe that the tiny object, just a few millimetres across, could make a big impact in the IoT field, by enabling everyday devices to communicate with each other easily.