Yes, the Nexus 6 is launching and yes, it is yet another phablet. But stifle that yawn, because this could be the one phablet to rule them all. Here's three reasons why.
Hypochondriacs around the world are being treated to a new online service that promises to put the nerves of anyone anxiously googling Ebola (or any other disease symptoms) at ease.
How can we reduce the carbon footprint of electronics manufacturing? A heated forum at the centre of Taitronics 2014 in Taiwan thinks it has found the solution.
It's likely you've never heard of TY-OHM. But we met up with it at its booth at Taitronics 2014 to find out a few reasons why you should change that.
You'd be forgiven for being overwhelmed by the sheer scale of Taitronics 2014, but we're here to break down all the news and insights into bite-sized chunks as they happen live.
Taitronics 2014, Taiwan's most eminent electronics trade show, has officially opened its doors to over 500 exhibitors and thousands of guests.
the EU's next Commissioner for Digital, Gunther Oettinger, has blamed the victims of the iCloud nude photo scandal for the privacy attacks during September.
At launch, Microsoft marketed Windows 10 as the Tesla to Windows 7’s Prius. But will you be driving off into the sunset with the new OS, or should you stick with the comfort of what you know?
The beta version of Windows 9 is set to launch today at 18:00 BST at a low key event in San Francisco - but we want to know what YOU think. Are you excited?
They're only 140 characters, but writing a memorable Twitter bio is one of the most difficult (and important) tasks you will do in your online life. Here are a few standout ideas to inspire you.
As 2014 races into the home straight, a new artificially intelligent computer system has been unveiled with the promise of transforming the global workforce. She’s called Amelia.
A new bug has muscled into virtual town, a wide range of IT systems. Worryingly, world-leading security experts are saying it’s worse than this year’s Heartbleed fiasco.
We caught up with Matt Shea of the popular game network WildTangent to see just how mobile games have affected the notion of modern day gaming.
Determined not to become square pegs in a round hole, BlackBerry is today launching a new phone and the final piece in its three-year-long turnaround aimed at business users: The BlackBerry Passport.
Amazon has finally launched Kindle Unlimited, a Netflix-style ebook subscription service for the UK, following its successful July debut in America this year. But will this harm British publishing?
No it's not the Moto G2, or the Moto G+, or the Moto G 2nd generation. This is just the straight up Moto G, and it's the successor to... the Moto G. So name aside, what's actually different?
The Apple iPhone 6 has finally skyrocketed into the spotlight after a long year of hiding in the shadows. But how does it compare to the popular HTC One M8?
After an entire year of rumour and speculation, the new Apple iPhone 6 smartphone and (whisper it) the iWatch will launch today. Here's how to watch the event in California live online.
As you may have guessed from the name, the Sony Xperia M2 Aqua is an update on the Xperia M2 that seems to have made repelling water something of a personal vendetta.
Unless you’ve been hiking through the Appalachian mountains, you’ll be aware that the iPhone 6 is launching next week on 9 September. So what specs and features should you expect?
Sony has announced the brand new Xperia Z3 smartphone just days before Apple launches the iPhone 6. But how does Sony's latest flagship measure up to Apple's old one, the iPhone 5s?
Sony has just announced the Xperia Z3 smartphone, its latest flagship to take the mobile market by storm. But how do its specs stand up against the competition, like the Samsung Galaxy S5?
Sony has welcomed in its latest flagship smartphone, the Xperia Z3, with much fanfare at a packed IFA 2014 launch event. But how does it stack up against the LG G3 "smartphone of the year?"