Microsoft has today announced the release of Office Remote, an app which allows users to turn their Windows Phone into a smart remote.
As well as the new flagship Nokia Lumia 1820, Microsoft's recently acquired smartphone arm is soon to release a rumoured 8in tablet, the Nokia Lumia 2020, it is believed.
IBM has announced that it will be making its Watson supercomputer technology available as a development platform in the cloud, for the first time.
Adobe has announces the return of its free Generation online courses for 14-19 year olds aimed at developing creative and digital design skills in young people.
BT has won another contract - to install free Wi-Fi across Cardiff's city centre. It will also be boosting the Welsh capital's 3G and 4G networks.
The European aviation regulator is relaxing the rules over use of electronic devices during flights to allow the use of gadgets during take-off and landing for the first time.
Cisco Systems' has announced its revenue will fall by up to 10 per cent this quarter, a fact it blamed on a backlash against NSA spying revelations in international markets.
TouristEye, a startup mobile app that enables people to plan trips and discover things to do has been acquired by travel guide mammoth Lonely Planet.
Apple is trying to get an additional $380 million (£237 million) from Samsung on top of the $600 million (£375 million) the firm has already paid it in an ongoing patent infringement case.
The popular MacRumors forums were breached on Monday in a targeted attack, possibly exposing the passwords of all 860,000 users, the site’s owner revealed on Tuesday.
The Titan Arm, a robotic exoskeleton which can boost a person's strength has won this year's James Dyson Award.
Vodafone has failed to meet its 90 per cent UK 3G coverage obligations by 1.4 per cent, the communications watchdog Ofcom has said.
Microsoft and Facebook have teamed up to launch a new scheme aimed at identifying security vulnerabilities in some of the Internet's key technologies.
Two Google engineers have lashed out at the UK and US spy agencies following revelations that the company's internal networks in order to monitor traffic.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the World Wide Web has criticised mass Internet surveillance by GCHQ and the NSA, branding their attempts to break encryption "appalling and foolish".
Acer has announced the arrival of a new CEO, along with a restructuring plan that will see seven per cent job cuts, following a worse than expected third quarter net loss.
Microsoft is to extend its bug bounty scheme with the firm now offering up to $100,000 (£62,000) to incident response teams and forensics experts who identify and report active attacks and malware.
The NSA director could soon lose power over Cyber Command, the US unit in charge of cyber warfare and defence, a source familiar with discussions has said.
EE is switching on the UK's first advanced LTE Advanced network today in the Tech City area of London, with a selection of businesses set to try out the coverage.
Data sent during the processing of contactless payments can be picked up from nearly half a metre away new research has found.
Encrypted communication specialists Silent Circle and Lavabit, have formed a partnership to develop a new system of encrypting email under the moniker Dark Mail Alliance.
In addition to a range of new search, browse, merchandising and location features, the website is now much faster and has a new look and feel.
Apple's share of the tablet market has fallen to just 30 per cent, the lowest since the launch of the iPad in 2010. Samsung meanwhile has jumped to a 20 per cent share.
A new patent war started this week as a consortium known as 'Rockstar' launched a barrage of lawsuits against big name companies including Google, Samsung, HTC and Huawei.
A woman has been handed a traffic ticket for wearing Google Glass while driving in California. She was booked for breaking a Californian law banning people from watching TV when at the wheel.