Shoot 360-degree wide-angle time-lapse videos with GoPro mount for Galileo dock

Now you can easily shoot 360-degree, wide-angle time-lapse videos with your GoPro with a new mount for the Motrr Galileo rotating dock. The dock automatically rotates, pans, and tilts, letting you create smooth videos.

Tom Hanks’ typewriter app hits the iPhone with a huge clickety-clack

Tom Hanks loves typewriters so much that he created an app called Hanx Writer. The app turns your iPad, and now your iPhone keyboard into a typewriter, loud clacking sounds and all.

This Chinese phone maker wants to crush Samsung, and take its throne

The CEO of rapidly growing Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi says that in five to ten years time, the firm could be the world's number one manufacturer, should its momentum continue.

The Mythbusters take on Gorilla Glass, inevitably break lots of it

Corning, the makers of Gorilla Glass, has teamed up with Mythbusters to produce a two-part video series about its product. It's fun and informative, plus we get to see flexible Willow Glass in action, a key part of bendy phones and watches…

This belt can charge your phone while it holds up your pants

For a long time now the humble belt has competently fulfilled its job criteria of keeping our pants in place, and for that we must be grateful. However, if a UK-based startup has its way, it could soon be charging our smartphone…

This cool battery could let you buy extra battery standby time at the local store

Imagine walking into a convenience store and buying six hours of extra standby time for your phone. This cool concept battery could make that scenario possible, and in an environmentally friendly way.

Yahoo pushes out Google to become default search provider for Firefox

Firefox users happy with Google as their default search engine take note – in December, Yahoo's moving in to replace it. The deal between Mozilla and Marissa Mayer's company was announced by the two companies on Wednesday.

Apple to rebrand Beats Music and push it to all iOS devices, report says

Apple is reportedly planning to rebrand Beats Music and push it to all iPhones and iPads in an effort to boost the streaming service's subscriber base, which is thought to currently stand at little more than 110,000.

Camera+ co-founder Lisa Bettany launches first mobile game

Lisa Bettany, co-founder of popular photo app Camera+, has taken a creative left turn and released her first solo project: a mobile game. The game, called "poppets," features plush characters that navigate obstacles with floating balloons.

Samsung’s foldable phone is a brilliantly mad idea that could come in 2015

Samsung looks to innovative tech to stay relevant. Its latest idea is a foldable smartphone that fits in your pocket. The phone would fold in half and could arrive as early as 2015.

Laptop? All-in-one? Tablet? HP’s Core M-powered Envy x2 hybrids are all that and more

The Surface Pro 3 is versatile, powerful and portable, but it can't be used as an all-in-one. HP's latest Envy x2 convertibles can. Here's their full story.

B&N makes a play for your ears, launches its own Nook audiobook app

Barnes & Noble added a new Nook Audiobooks app to its Android app selection. The app is free and comes with two free audiobook downloads. B&N says an iOS version will arrive in spring 2015.