Apple is looking to please with a new gold coloured iPad, although Cupertino will have to do a lot more than chuck in a shiny colour to stop the tablet sales rot.
Following a successful round of series B funding, the social news site has announced it is planning on giving 10 per cent equity back to the online community itself.
The habit-forming/habit-breaking device is now up on crowdfunding site Indiegogo and has already raised 90 per cent of its $50,000 (£30,000) target.
CompareMyMobile has been crunching statistics on trade-ins, and has discovered some very interesting nuggets of info concerning Apple’s new smartphones.
The network now covers 281 cities and towns across the country, with 75 per cent of the UK’s population under EE’s 4G umbrella.
Have you ever wanted to build gadgets around your house that take advantage of the Internet of things? Well one startup a hair’s breadth from completing their $50,000 funding goal has the answer.
Everything has fallen into place for a new movie based on that game that consumed all your time in the nineties: Tetris. From the makers of Mortal Kombat, it promises to be "epic."
A handful of London residents unwittingly agreed to give up their first-born child when signing in to a public Wi-Fi hot spot as part of an experiment by the Cyber Security Research Institute.
Technology "and the Internet in particular," are key - something the world of business has long understood but which Whitehall is finally catching up with, says Sir Jeremy Heywood.
The enhanced version was shown off at Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, with a whole host of improvements made across the board, including mobile functionality.
Google is handing out cash prizes of up to $15,000 (around £9,200) to anyone who can find a bug in Chrome - plus you'll get a place on Google's "Hall of Fame" to boot.