A new partnership between Canon, Google, Dropbox, SAP, Asana and Newegg is attempting to preempt frivolous lawsuits from ‘non-participating entities’ commonly known as patent trolls.
Viking Direct has created an infographic that shows how many devices your average smartphone replaces, how much they would weigh and how much they would cost if bought separately.
According to a new Pew Research report, the majority of experts are hopeful about the future of the Web but 35 per cent saw potential problems looming.
Intel, Samsung, Dell, Broadcom, Atmel and Wind River have come together to form the Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC) in an effort to standardize the way that devices communicate with each other.
In a recent interview Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin said that perhaps it’s time to re-think the traditional 40 hour work week mentality.
According to the latest Gartner report traditional desktop PC sales will slip again next year but the decline is not as bad as in the past two years.
Oculus VR has announced the Oculus Connect developers conference scheduled for 19 - 20 September at the Loews Hollywood Hotel in Los Angeles, CA.
Based on an EU court ruling Google has begun removing links to stories that people have requested be removed from search results. But the stories are beginning to get more attention than ever before.
Amazon has objected to proposed FTC fines and additional record keeping and disclosure requirements related to in-app purchases made by children.
A new Canadian antispam law went into effect yesterday causing a storm of last-minute ‘please opt-in’ emails from legitimate companies to flood Canadian inboxes.
A new study from Bank of America reveals that mobile phone users would rather give up alcohol or chocolate than their mobile devices.
Thursday 26 June marked the beginning of the ninth month of the Islamic Calendar as Ramadan, the month of fasting and Twitter has added new Arabic language capabilities for hashtags.
Microsoft is increasing the levels of security in some of its major products, reinforcing legal protections and increasing transparency.
Today Twitter announced that it was rolling out its “mobile app installs” program, which lets companies promote their mobile apps in users’ feeds.
The US Supreme Court has rejected Google’s appeal that it did nothing wrong when it used Street View cars to tap into unsecured Wi-Fi networks.
New $629 (£368) hyper-secure Blackphones were shipped today to people who pre-ordered the Android-based smartphones with beefed up security features.
Facebook has come under considerable flak today, as it emerged that the network had experimented on 700,000 users in terms of their emotional reactions to their news feed.
Google has begun to comply with a European Court of Justice ruling last May to erase links to sites that contain “inadequate, irrelevant or outdated” information about an individual.
The British Information Commissioner’s Office has issued a polite reminder that people need to be mindful of privacy laws when wearing devices like Google Glass.
The Real FX race car system brings slot car racing into the modern age with smart cars that know where they are on the track while giving the drivers complete freedom of control.
CreoPop is a hand-held 3D pen that uses photopolymers that solidify when exposed to UV light, and the inks are pretty amazing.
Qwerkytoys wants to bring that old-fashioned typewriter look and feel to the modern age of tablets and desktops.
Not enough room in your Mum's garage to build a full-scale D&D gaming environment? Fear not, stalwart adventurers, Stonehaven Miniatures is Kickstarting 3D pop-up miniature terrains.
This past weekend Google’s Nest, makers of smart thermostats and smoke/carbon monoxide detectors, announced they will be buying the home video security company Dropcam for $550 million.