Dell is jumping on the Chromebook bandwagon and will release its own version of Google's Internet-based laptop. The 11.6-inch Dell Chromebook 11 will land next month.
The 12 Days of Gifts app - available for iOS devices running iOS 7 and above - will allow users to download one free gift per day from 26 December to 6 January.
Apple's process would deposit and pattern a conductive thin film "on a flexible substrate to form a touch sensor pattern, while the flexible substrate is in a flat state."
A developer came up with the "sympathise" option at a recent hackathon event. It would only appear if your friend labelled their Facebook post with a negative emotion, the blog said.
Cyber sketchballs have scooped up more than two million passwords from sites like Facebook, Google and Yahoo via their malicious range of attacks, recent reports reveal.
A UK judge this week granted Nokia's request for an injunction against the HTC One Mini, but declined to immediately extend the same ban to the flagship HTC One. HTC is looking scared.
Online shoppers were certainly eager to pick up deals this weekend, with comScore reporting $1.198 billion in e-commerce sales on Friday alone. As a result, it was a record-breaking Black Friday.
Microsoft is moving to encrypt its Internet traffic based on assumptions the National Security Agency has broken into its system and spied on its date centre traffic.
Google's Voice Search feature, activated using the hotword 'OK Google' has landed on the Chrome web browser. Users can now control their desktop by voice command.
Electronics giant Sony has applied for a patent for a new form of wearable tech: a smartwig. The company claims the wig could help navigate roads and collect information such as blood pressure.
Google is rolling out a new section that points users towards apps and games that have specifically been designed for tablets, to better ensure a high quality experience.
The Scroogled section of the online Microsoft Store features mugs, hats, t-shirts, and hoodies with logos and phrases that criticise Google's search tactics.
The California-based firm has unveiled Yieldjet, an inkjet printing-based manufacturing solution that it says will allow for easier mass-production of OLED displays.
That number is less than the approximately $380 million (£234.7 million) requested by Apple, and quite a bit more than the $53 million (£32.7 million) Samsung said it should pay.
An online gaming firm has been hit with a $1 million fine for surreptitiously installing malware on customers' computers that mined for bitcoins and monitored what programs subscribers were running.
Prominent US mobile carriers have been criticised for standing in the way of activists' demands for a "kill switch" that would brick a phone in the event of it being stolen. But do they have a point?
Google has paid $17m to settle a case brought against it by multiple US states, who accuse the search giant of misleading Safari users about how their activity was being tracked.
In a Monday blog post, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer said that the company will encrypt all information that moves between Yahoo data centres in response to allegations of data centre spying by the NSA.
According to Google's latest transparency report, government requests for user data have rocketed by over 100 per cent since it first started releasing these reports in 2010.
Apple has released an update to iOS 7 that fixes a problem with FaceTime. It has also implemented interface overhauls for both iBooks and iTunes U.
According to data from Gartner, Lenovo has bested LG and is now the third largest smartphone maker in the world. The result is attributed largely to the Chinese market.
A fault with chargers for the HP Chromebook 11 has led to Google and HP deciding to pull the device from sale both in store and online. Concerns were raised when chargers started overheating.
Dropbox have made switching between business and personal accounts that bit simpler with an update that lets users access both types of files without having to switch accounts.