The oft-rumoured laptop reportedly comes in space grey, gold and silver with a 12in display and little space left on the machine such as around the keyboard.
Despite a long and varied history of innovation, Nintendo has suffered poor sales of late with the Wii U. How on earth can it stay relevant in an increasingly contested market?
Younger folks are keen on wearables from smartwatches through to smart specs, and indeed interest only really drops off at the 55 plus age group.
Olaf Diegel of Lund University produced the band’s instruments with a 3D printer in a bid to raise awareness of the power of the technology.
It was thought that HTC had left the tablet market, but sources indicate that it has been chosen to manufacture the next Nexus device, as Google looks to build a broad base of partners.
A team at the South Korean university KAIST has developed PIBOT, a 40cm tall robot that has already successfully flown a real-world scaled-down model biplane.
The Lenovo Flex 2 is an affordable thin and light dual-mode notebook PC with a touchscreen that flips making it perfect for on-the-go productivity and entertainment.
The much-hyped smartphone will launch this Wednesday in Toronto, London and Dubai for just under $600, contract free, making it a cheaper alternative to Apple’s iPhone 6.
The Chinese company has continued its investment in IoT technology by forking out £15 million for UK-based firm Neul, which has developed a connectivity platform called 'Weightless'.
Singapore made history back in 2008 by hosting Formula One's first ever night race and the lights certainly haven't gone out on this spectacular venue.
The new initiative aims to help developers of any background or skill level create devices and apps for the wearable gadget and IoT market by providing technical and business support.