Wearable devices such as smart watches are yet to really take the world by storm but, according to new findings from Juniper Research, it may not take long for the tide to turn.
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.
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.
If you can’t wait to leave sticky fingerprints all over Windows 10 you’ll be wanting to learn how to download the technical preview version; You'll need to join the Windows Insider Program.
Following its recently-launched Kickstarter campaign, we spoke to Optinvent's CEO and co-founder Kayvan Mirza about the smart glasses that can rival Google Glass.
IBM's Mobile Application Development from the Cloud provides an agile and responsive platform for companies that need fast-cycle delivery of mobile applications.
A number of Samsung’s Smart Schools across the continent will be used to teach school children all about app development.
Chat has become popular on many platforms, from computers to mobile, but BitTorrent has a client that seems to be changing how this all works by removing cloud storage from the equation.
There's one more smartphone platform on the market, although it's far behind the big, established names, as Mozilla targets emerging markets with the release of Firefox OS.
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A study carried out by Boston-based firm Localytics found that smartphone users are downloading fewer apps in what is already an extremely saturated market.