The former NSA contractor, currently exiled in Russia, delivered a predictably fiery blast to the NSA at SXSW. We look at the 6 key takeaways from the event.
23andMe's Anne Wojcicki laid out her plan for a healthcare business that makes money on healthy, not sick, people at SXSW 2014.
We look back at this week’s show, and consider seven important elements which helped to define Mobile World Congress 2014.
In a market where every Android handset vendor is trying to differentiate itself, Blackphone is offering something completely unique: your personal information and it just launched at MWC 2014.
Glass is still a product for a minority, but Google’s latest move with the device is a potential prescription for success. We look at why.
We got to play with Samsung’s new flagship tablet at CES, and it boasts a quite superb 12.2in, 2,560 x 1,600-resolution display.
Forget about the golden iPhone, Apple's biggest improvements to its flagship smartphone are on the inside, and with the software.
BlackBerry is set to port its popular BBM app to Android and iOS. Will this be enough to make the company relevant again?
There are over 700,000 apps in the Play store. You don't need them all, but you should download these magnificent seven must-have apps.
A lot of tech press have published pretty negative reviews of the Surface Pro. We discuss some of the reasons why they're wrong.
Michael Dell sold private backers on a vision for a new Dell, but what exactly is that vision? We mull over some of the possibilities.
Have you got an iPad? Then you should have the following 10 apps installed on your Apple tablet, or you’re missing out.
Apple and Google are way ahead of Microsoft on mobile, but its historic dominance of the PC platform brings some serious advantages.
After talking with Surface's designers, developers and engineers, I realised that Windows RT OEMs are in big trouble.
Samsung has lost the trial, but Android overlord Google should be more concerned about the implications of the jury's verdict.
The patent case is in its final stage – but will the jury be baffled by the technical details, and simply go with their gut feeling?
The next Apple smartphone is almost upon us, but don’t expect Cupertino to be doing anything radical in terms of design.