The Motorola Moto G is one of the cheaper handsets on the market right now, but Tesco has slashed the price even further to make it super affordable.
Begin a sentence with the phrase “most anticipated gadget ever” and tradition dictates the words “Google” and “Glass” must follow shortly after. We review this
A few years ago it would have been unthinkable, but whispers that Apple and Samsung are losing their stranglehold on the market are growing louder.
When your smartphone battery is nearly dead just minutes before an important conference call, what do you do? Ultrapak is a portable battery that has the answer.
In the market for a new laptop? You can get the Lenovo Thinkpad B50 laptop for £168.98 after £30 cashback from the generous folks at Lenovo's head office.
The Raspberry Pi is an ultra-low-cost, deck-of-cards sized Linux computer, designed to promote computer science and programming in a fun way, and it can be yours for under £30.
The Cyberith Virtualizer is a gaming rig that lets you walk, run and jump throughout virtual reality environments. Could this be the enabler of immersive virtual reality?
As desperate London commuters cry out for air conditioning on hot trains, Transport For London (TfL) has announced a development of a different sort.
Facebook has smashed all estimates in its earnings and revenue report this week, largely thanks to its robust mobile ad business.
New research has revealed that gaming is fast becoming one of the biggest money spinners in the UK technology industry, constituting a healthy slice of the overall profit pie.
We've been leaving fingerprints all over the new Nokia Lumia 930, the first smartphone born since Microsoft bought Nokia. So should you buy it?
Windows 10 looms ever closer, and leaked screenshots of a developer build hints that the new OS will include a Start Menu alongside windowed Metro / Modern-style apps.
ShopTo outlet is selling Sony's PlayStation 4 (PS4) console for just £299.99. That knocks a nice £50 off the asking price, leaving plenty left over for a game of your choice.
It's a wearable tech bonanza this week on the ITProPortal podcast, as we pick apart the LG G Watch and the legendary Google Glass smart specs.
Hitachi is selling the "Hitachi 40in Full HD Freeview HD LED TV with Smart Apps" (they really need to come up with pithier names) for an ultra low £242.99.
Samsung is scrabbling to hold on to its share of the smartphone market amidst fierce competition from cheaper Chinese rivals and high-end Apple handsets, a new survey has revealed.
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.
Technology news website CNET has fallen prey to an attack by the Russian hacker group w0rm, who attempted to ransom the personal data of more than one million users.
A new report suggests that smartphone manufacturers will be bending over backwards to create flexible screens in the next few years, with 4 in 10 smartphones being curved by 2018.
You may have noticed some changes to the ITProPortal site this morning; Well, more one big change. ITProPortal Spot is the new way to delve deeper into our site.
Apple’s heavily anticipated contribution to the smart watch craze, the “iWatch,” will enter mass production this November, says noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
With smartphones buckling under the weight of so much processing power, it's easy to run out of battery within a matter of hours. Avoid being caught short with this Anker portable charger.
On the 25th anniversary of the Tiannaman Square massacre, the Chinese government has made the decision to unblock Google for millions of Internet users across China.
We review the brand new Samsung 850 Pro, an SSD that's making waves in the memory space for its revolutionary 3D V-NAND technology. But how does it stack up?
Silent Circle – the esoterically brooding group behind this year’s “unhackable” Blackphone – has set its sights on disrupting big market players like Skype and Viber.