Business software provider Sage held an exclusive event in London for entrepreneurs, startups and small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). Here are the best bits.
The so-called One Wear is reportedly visible in behind-the-scenes footage released by the firm, with rumours stating that the Android Wear device could be released later this year.
Samsung’s marketing department rarely stands still, and has already concocted an ad taking pot-shots at the unreleased iPhone.
A new test has cast doubt on the new iPhone 6's screen, which many thought would be made of pure sapphire. As it turns out, the screen isn't all that hard after all. Have your say here!
Students at the university have created a robot hand with an additional two fingers that should be able to help the elderly or those with disabilities live more independently.
A new test of the alleged 4.7in iPhone 6 display has shown that it’s likely a blend of sapphire and traditional glass.
The first commercial featuring the brand new Amazon Fire phone bewilderingly majors on the device's ability to access Amazon Prime as its key selling point.
Just days after the World Cup fans’ last roar echoed across Brazil, EA sports has announced that FIFA 15 will hit UK shelves on 26 September 2014.
Microsoft says, "Project Adam is a new deep-learning system modelled after the human brain that has greater image classification accuracy and is 50 times faster than other systems in the industry".
The smart headband will relay information through an earpiece when the user looks at an object, helping blind or partially sighted people to avoid obstacles when in the city.
Could Google Glass get any creepier? MindRDR is a new app that controls allows you to control Google Glass using your brainwaves. Essentially, it's the world's first telekinetic app.