Huzzah! Sony has just revealed its new flagship smartphone, the Sony Xperia Z3, at a packed IFA 2014 conference in Berlin. But how do the Z3's specs stack up against Huawei's Ascend P7?
Only a matter of months after it launched the Xperia Z2, Sony has just lifted the lid on its Xperia Z3 flagship smartphone. So what's new? And more importantly, which is better?
The UK can look forward to saving a few pounds with EE’s new “quid-a-week” 4G pay as you go. The new deal is rolling out across all 4G-enabled smartphones from today.
A swathe of nude and explicit photos of A-list celebrities has been leaked on 4chan in a mass hacking scandal, including personal images of Kim Kardashian, Cara Delevigne and Jennifer Lawrence.
The week before IFA 2014 kicks off, the team gather to discuss what gadgets they're most excited to see in Berlin. Plus news from Microsoft, Intel, Google and Pebble smartwatches.
China Labor Watch has claimed that HEG Electronics, a Guangdong factory that supplies both Samsung and Lenovo has been hiring child workers illegally.
Amazon has knocked 61 per cent off the HGST Touro desk pro 4TB external hard drive. Normally retailing for £301.87, you can now order one for £116.98.
Qualcomm may soon be facing an EU antitrust probe based on a four year old complaint courtesy of rival company Nvidia.
A hacker has stolen the private data of over half of the population of South Korea in a series of major cyber-attacks, selling off the details to mortgage fraudsters for profit.
Tesco has the popular Kindle Paperwhite 4GB 6in WiFi eReader Tablet for a low £99.00, a whole £10 less than its normal retail price of £109.99.
They may only be able to hold five kilobytes of data between them, but users have been pushing the open-world building game Minecraft to its limits by constructing a pair of functioning hard drives.
In today's daily tech deal, we've found that Currys has the Microsoft Surface 2 32GB Windows RT 10.6in Tablet for a low £259.00 Free Delivery. This normally retails for £359.
The Last of Us Remastered has blazed onto the PS4, racking up an impressive tally of sales (600 thousand to be precise) as next-gen fans clamour to experience Joel and Ellie's adventure in 1080p.
The Google cars project's lead software engineer has now revealed that the vehicles have been programmed with the ability to exceed road speed limits by up to 10mph.
Flappy Bird was a worldwide sensation, and Swing Copters is its official sequel. Dong Nguyen has just announced the game will be arriving on Android and iOS this week.
Twitter is notorious for keeping a beady eye on its social media rivals, but its latest experiment on its Favorite system has irked a considerable chunk of its users.
HP and Google have struck a new partnership for the creation of a brand new digital assistant – not dissimilar to Siri – that will support the enterprise workplace.
Mobile phone operator EE has come under fire for its parsimonious solution to one of life’s greatest frustrations: waiting for hours to speak to an advisor in a call queue.
The popular taxi-hailing smartphone app Uber has suddenly become very unpopular in Germany, after the city of Berlin voted to ban the service due to concerns over its safety.
This week proved that even high-ranking Russian officials aren’t impervious to cybercriminals, after the Russian Prime Minister’s Twitter account was hacked.
Apple shareholders have joined forces and filed a class-action lawsuit, suing Steve Jobs’ estate under claims that Apple eroded its own value by striking a hiring agreement with its rivals.
High-tech mannequins are being installed on the British high street, meaning customers at House of Fraser and other retailers will be able to purchase products without setting foot in store.
With a £90 price tag it’s an expensive buy, but for budding drone pilots of the future the Rolling Spider is the bellwether of change in remote control toys.