The world’s top two smartphone makers will take part in a mediation session to discuss patent infringements ahead of a trial in March.
Passengers travelling from England to France through the Channel Tunnel will be able to connect to Vodafone and EE mobile phone networks for the first time from March.
IBM has announced the creation of a new $1 billion (£607 million) division for its gameshow-winning supercomputer Watson.
Samsung’s eagerly anticipated Galaxy S5 smartphone may include an eye scanner for the first time, according to a recent interview with the executive vice president of the company’s mobile business.
Music technology firm IK Multimedia has announced the launch of a motion controller device that can be used to control music apps on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Companies at the Consumer Electronics Show have been showing off add-on's to smartphones that can transform the devices into thermal vision cameras, medical diagnostic kits and even stun guns.
A new crypto-currency called Coinye has been forced to launch four days early due to mounting legal pressure from Kanye West, whom the currency derives its name from.
Sky has once again been forced to reconfigure the settings on its online porn filters after a legitimate news website was blocked.
It has been announced today that Facebook is buying Little Eye Labs, a tech start-up from India that builds tools for mobile developers.
Browser malware warnings should be more clear and concise and should avoid language that scares users away, according to a recent study.
Apple has announced that a record-breaking December for its App Store meant annual sales surpassed $10 billion (£6.1 billion) for the first time.
Android and Windows Phone mobile operating systems have increased their market share across all regions at the expense of Blackberry and Apple’s iOS, according to the latest sales figures.
Sony has announced a new wearable device and app that is able to track the activities of users and document them on a timeline.
The Pirate Bay is working on a web browser that is able to completely circumvent blocks put in place by Internet Service Providers.
Eton College has blocked instant messaging app Snapchat from its wireless network over concerns the service is being used by pupils to send and receive sexually explicit images.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has criticised the United States government for its surveillance programs, claiming that they lack transparency.
The former chief information officer of the UK government John Suffolk has defended the spying practices of the US National Security Agency, while calling for more transparency and oversight.
Smart device maker Withings has unveiled the Aura system, a “smart sleep” gadget designed to wake people from sleep at the optimum moment.
Apple has confirmed that it has bought the popular photo app SnappyCam, potentially bringing with it the award-winning founder and sole employee John Papandriopoulos to the company.
Bill Gates has been named the biggest financial gainer of 2013 and is once again the richest man on earth, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
Singer-songwriter Alicia Keys will end her role as BlackBerry’s global creative director at the end of January, as the company retreats from the consumer market.
Snapchat has announced it will be offering a security fix in the wake of millions of usernames and phone numbers of account holders being leaked online.
UK banks are to follow in the footsteps of their US counterparts by allowing customers to pay in cheques through their smartphones.
A group of hackers claiming to be the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) has accessed Skype's Twitter account and blog, posting anti-surveillance messages against Microsoft.
Apple has claimed that it has never worked with the United States National Security Agency to create tools that would allow its products to be secretly accessed.