Google is shelling out $3.2 billion (£1.9 billion) to acquire Nest Labs, which makes the smart learning thermostat and smoke alarm.
Samsung plans to mix things up with the launch of its next flagship smartphone, the company said this week at CES. The new Galaxy S5 will be a departure from the design of the Galaxy S4.
Apple and Samsung are trying once again to resolve their patent fight out of court, but don't hold your breath for a resolution. The two companies' CEOs will meet soon to discuss a settlement.
LinkedIn this week filed suit against scammers who created thousands of fake profiles in order to scrape data about existing LinkedIn members, in violation of the social network's policies.
Samsung continued the battle for the biggest HDTV in all the land at CES 2014. The press conference was interrupted, however, by a rather bizarre presentation from director Michael Bay.
Google today unveiled the Open Automotive Alliance (OAA), a collaboration with Audi, GM, Honda, Hyundai, and Nvidia that's intended to accelerate in-car tech innovation.
Audi announced this week that the concept car it plans to show off at CES this week includes "laser-light headlights" to help you navigate the road better in dark driving conditions.
Here’s our overview of what Google got up to last year, from the more mundane such as new Nexus products, to the stranger ideas such as Calico.
So what weird things happened in the tech industry in the year we’ve just ushered out? We’ve highlighted 11 tech oddities right here.
So how was last year for Samsung? We go over the major highlights of 2013 in terms of smartphones, TVs and of course the patent wars.
Apple made some interesting moves throughout last year, including a full overhaul of iOS, and a major effort to further its cause in China.
More than 10 per cent of global PCs are now running Windows 8, but Microsoft's new operating system still has a long way to go to catch up to its predecessor, Windows XP.
Peter Jackson's epic fantasy prequel has beaten out Quentin Tarantino's award-winning slavery drama, Django Unchained, for the not-so-coveted title of most pirated movie of 2013.
Bump Technologies has announced that the Bump and Flock sharing apps will be removed from the App Store and Google Play as of 31 January.
The usernames and phone numbers for 4.6 million Snapchat accounts were temporarily posted online by hackers who took advantage of a previously disclosed vulnerability within the chat service.
We all like a good rumour – but what were the most important rumours floating around this year? We’ve rounded up five of the juiciest.
What were the biggest, most high-profile hacking incidents of the year? We’ve rounded up the juiciest breaches from Adobe through Apple to Facebook.
The Washington Post has admitted that it has been the victim of another hacking attack, following a breach in the summer.
LG has inked a deal with BlackBerry to pre-load BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) on certain LG handsets. The first device to come bundled with BBM will be the LG G Pro Lite.
Microsoft's version of Siri, the Apple personal assistant that resides in your iPhone, is tipped to be included in Windows Phone 8.1. Named Cortana, she can help send messages, make calls and more.
Steve Ballmer's successor as the CEO of Microsoft is not expected to be announced until early 2014, according to a blog post by one of the company's board members.
BT has introduced a new filter that will block all adult websites by default unless users personally opt to switch it off. The changes will not affect existing customers.
The latest in two long years of feuding between the electronics giants has culminated in a loss for Samsung, who were lobbying for the ban of Apple products in South Korea.
The bitcoin platform Coinbase has received a landmark $25 million cash injection by a venture capital firm, the largest investment in any bitcoin-based company to date.