Official support for the Chromecast SDK is being pushed to all Android devices with the new version of Google Play Services. Apps for Chromecast will now begin flowing into Google Play.
Personal finance service Mint has announced that it will be integrating support for Coinbase into its web and mobile products, allowing users to track Bitcoin alongside the rest of their finances.
SwiftKey has arrived on iPhone and iPad, long after lucky Android users first got acquainted with the third-party keyboard app.
Apple has gone 64-bit with the A7, but it doesn’t seem likely Samsung will follow with the S5. But that’s fine – Samsung doesn’t need to.
Mac nostalgia abounds following the 30th anniversary of Apple's all-in-one, and iFixit has taken one of the original machines apart with interesting results.
So what Android handsets are we really looking forward to this year? The follow-up to the Galaxy S4, of course, but there are also other gems on the horizon.
A new version of Chrome for iOS and Android that will include an optional setting that it says can reduce the browser's mobile data usage by up to 50 per cent.
The Horizon app for iPhone and iPad uses your device's gyroscope to make sure the video is always in landscape, even when the phone isn't.
Anyone connected to you on G+ can now send you an email via Gmail, even if they don’t know your address – but there is a simple way to turn this off.
A loose-lipped Samsung exec has tipped an iris scanner for the S5, to one-up the iPhone 5S fingerprint scanner. But how likely is it that this will happen?
Shoots and Leaves for iPhone is an app that changes the way you use pictures as reminders by turning them into links. But will it catch on?
Twitter co-founder Biz Stone today announced a new venture called Jelly, which allows users to ask questions of their social contacts and hopefully get an answer. But will it catch on?
Nvidia has pulled quite something out of the bag today with its first 64-bit mobile processor. We look at exactly what all the fuss is about.
Are you one of the braver Android souls who has rooted their phone? If so, you must check out this selection of top-notch apps.
Is China going to be the one to pop the Bitcoin bubble? We discuss the ban of China’s financial institutions from trading in the cryptocurrency.
The YotaPhone is certainly innovative with its E-ink display on the rear of the handset – but is it merely a gimmick? And an overpriced one at that?
One of the most popular photo apps on iOS has shown up on Android after a lengthy beta. VSCO Cam promises to produce better images on any phone than the stock camera app that came with your device.
Google has a cunning plan to end-run around device manufacturers and tackle the thorny issue of Android fragmentation.
Samsung is quietly building up Tizen as a possible alternative to Android in the future, but it’ll need app developers on board.
In this article we’ll show you a very quick and easy way to root the Nexus 5, and a slightly lengthier but safer step-by-step process.
SwiftKey, a popular alternative to stock Android keyboards, has just been given a shiny new update with an app that works across all mobile devices - including tablets.
Here are five of the most impressive new features the Nexus 5 sports, from expanded voice control to always-accessible notifications.
An update for the Google Search app for iOS systems has implemented a plethora of improvements, ranging from hands-free voice activation to new notifications and reminders.