The scariest day of the year is upon us, so now feels like the perfect time to run through what we think are the most frightening, alarming and downright creepy technologies out there at the moment.
The HL-L8250CDN delivers print speeds of up to 28ppm to keep pace with today's busy work environment, plus advanced network, USB and mobile connectivity, and it's on Ebuyer.com for a knockdown price.
At lunchtime on Sunday, Manchester City and Manchester United face each other for the first time this season. A certain Louis van Gaal will also get his first meaty taste of a Manchester derby.
We took the recently released Hudl 2 for a test spin to find out if Tesco has got another bargain success story on its shelves.
New research by Samsung Electronics has shown that the value of the wearable market in the UK, Germany, Spain and the Netherlands is set to hit £924.2 million by the end of the year.
Hewlett-Packard is entering the 3D printer market after revealing new technology that it claims is 10 times faster than existing devices, cheaper and produces stronger products.
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang has finally been brought to life with the new Aeromobil 3.0, which was unveiled at the Pioneers Festival in Vienna earlier this week.
Lenovo makes some great computers; its laptop build-quality is legendary. While its tablet offerings have been average, the newest line of tablets is sure to change that.
Chinese electronics firm Oppo has pulled ahead in the race for the world's thinnest smartphone by launching the Oppo R5 handset with a thickness of just 4.85mm.
There have been so many recalls of late that you have to wonder – is it even possible for automobile manufacturers to make a car that doesn’t have problems?
The South Korean technology firm has confirmed it will close down its plasma television business by the end of the month, as the technology struggles to compete with newer LCD models.