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.
When I was a younger man, it was all the rage to replace the stock stereo and speakers in your car with better, third-party options. This enabled you to have more features and increased volume...
The music, film and TV industries have all undergone radical transformations over the last fifteen years. In contrast, the publishing industry is only now feeling the force of technological change.
Forget switching between apps to copy and paste multiple bits of information. Use Clips instead, and you’ve got an instant pinboard.
According to the study, 79 per cent of UK employees in mid-market businesses believe social media integration with back-office solutions is essential to improving productivity.
London's police forces are trialling big data software designed to pin-point gang members in the city most likely to commit violent crimes.
The Week is a print magazine that summarises what’s been going on in the UK and abroad. Well, it’s not only print – there are apps too.
Details are currently few and far between, but the images suggest that the new user interface will boast a flat design and contrasting colours that won’t stray too far from Google’s new OS.
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.
We’ve got a rather nifty collection of tips which will ensure that your PC is running speedily and in tip-top condition generally.
Skype has been around for a long while, but this new app brings the classic service into the video age by catering for free group video messaging.