There's no need to worry about missing any of the action from Glasgow, there are a range of mobile apps available to keep you in the loop.
Reviewers will be able to embellish their critiques with videos as well as images using the iOS app, with the Android version to receive the same treatment before long.
Fitness fans who use Microsoft’s mobile platform are no longer being left out in the cold, as there’s a new app out that supports the Fitbit Flex and the Fitbit One.
Against a backdrop of declining global revenues, the recent BSA Software Survey estimates that US $62.7 billion worth of commercial software was being used illegally around the world in 2013.
App analytics and market data firm App Annie has pulled the covers off this summer's big digital trends, and the story is a fairly predictable one.
Even though Microsoft is planning to downsize its Nokia X efforts (to the point where there will likely be no new device announced), the software giant is still supporting its Android lineup.
If you like the idea of notifications on your Android handset lock screen but can’t get what you need, Notific can plug the gap.
The South Korean firm has announced that the first smartphone to use its own Tizen OS, due to be released this quarter, has been delayed as the firm looks to enhance the Tizen "ecosystem."
The US firm has continued its shopping spree with the acquisition of Swell, an app that compiles audio streams into a custom radio station, which could mean big changes for iTunes Radio.
The ad pits Cortana against Apple's Siri and – surprise, surprise – makes Microsoft's own digital assistant look far better than its rival's.
The so-called "Google of China" is developing its own autonomous vehicle which it says will offer the driver more freedom by allowing him or her to take back control at any time.