Spotify has today launched Connect, a service that allows you to seamlessly stream music throughout the home or office on any device whether it be phone, tablet or speakers.
HTC thinks it may have found a solution to ever growing smartphone sizes - an ultra thin handset that can be used to make calls by connecting to a larger HTC smartphone via Bluetooth.
60 per cent of IT professionals believe that not enough time or money is being spent by companies to develop cyber security policies, a new study by Kaspersky Lab has suggested.
Acer will be unveiling its latest smartphone, the Liquid S2 at IFA 2013 this week; a 6in 4G ready phablet that the company says has four times the resolution of full HD.
American telecoms giant Verizon is set to take full control of its wireless business by reaching an agreement to buy Vodafone's 45 per cent stake.
BlackBerry could survive as a niche smartphone maker, Bert Nordberg, a member of the BlackBerry board has told the Wall Street Journal.
BT has today switched off its dial up Internet service, stating that it is a "legacy product" that is used by a "tiny number of customers".
Shopify, an e-commerce service that allows any business to create an online store, has launched a new point of sale solution that transforms an iPad into a payment terminal.
Parallels has launched a new virtual PC programme for Mac, Parallels Desktop 9, which allows users to run Windows and Mac applications simultaneously without the need to reboot.
One of Google's lead Android execs is set to leave the company for Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, a rising star that recently overtook Apple in the Chinese market.
Vodafone has today switched on the superfast network in parts of London, whilst O2 has made its network available across the capital, Leeds and Bradford.
Three has announced a December launch for its 4G network with existing 3G customers being the first to benefit.
Over two thirds of newborn babies make their social media debut within one hour of birth, with Facebook the most popular site parents upload photos to.
The 2013 version of Google's Nexus 7 tablet has been launched in the UK today with a starting price of £199, whilst the 32GB device costs £239.
With competitors O2 and Vodafone set to launch their 4G networks for the first time tomorrow, EE has looked to steal some of the limelight by switching on their superfast network in town number 100.
Unofficial third party Android stores host over 7000 malicious and dangerous apps, an investigation by non-profit cyber security organisation AV-Comparatives has found.
Dell has today unveiled its latest range of commercial devices aimed at covering all segments of the market, from entry level laptops through to high-end ultrabooks.
Samsung will launch its Galaxy Gear smartwatch on 4 September in Berlin at its 'Unpacked' event, two days ahead of the official opening of the IFA conference, a senior Samsung exec has revealed.
BMW has partnered with London Brand Management, an artificial intelligence startup to promote its new range of electric vehicles.
Android OS devices are at most risk of malware attack, with 79 per cent of threats to mobile operating systems last year taking place on the platform, the US Dep of Homeland Security has revealed.
A US judge has given final approval to a $20 million (£13 million) settlement of a lawsuit by Facebook over the company’s inclusion of users’ data in 'Sponsored Stories' advertising.
Over half of the UK's population suffer from 'nomophobia' - the fear of being without their mobile phone, with women 17 per cent more likely to worry than men, new research suggests.
App-enabled smartwatch shipments will reach 36 million a year by 2018, compared to just over 1 million this year, new research by tech analyst firm Juniper Research suggests.
Four people have been arrested in China for comments made on the country’s answer to Twitter, Sina Weibo. for "incited dissatisfaction with the government"
A computer error froze trading on the Nasdaq stock market for three hours on Thursday, raising concerns about electronic systems that now dominate exchanges.