Samsung has announced an updated version of the Galaxy Note 10.1, previously seen at Mobile World Congress earlier this year.
Acer's CEO JT Wang tells Microsoft to "think twice" about its Surface tablets, may or may not have been quoting Celine Dion.
It has been revealed that criminals socially engineered Apple tech support into handing over an iCloud password, resulting in a high-profile hack.
Wall-E has been brought to life by hobbyist Mike Senna, and the attention to detail must be seen to be believed.
Samsung has sent out invitations to an Unpacked event set for August 29 in Berlin, where the Galaxy Note 2 is expected to be launched.
Google has delayed the launch of the Nexus Q media streamer, saying it will be adding new features, but pre-orders will be sent out for free.
Microsoft has launched Outlook.com, a new, feature-packed web-based email system that will eventually replace Hotmail.
What could 12 "geniuses" come up with when left alone on a remote island for 2 months? Come Hack With Us is the event that aims to find out.
Microsoft has announced the Wedge Touch Mouse and the Wedge Keyboard, two interesting peripherals designed for Windows 8.
The Odyssey and Marco have been revealed as Samsung's first Windows Phone 8 devices, and both will be out before the end of the year.
HTC has canceled the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Desire HD, saying it "negatively impacts" the user experience.
Paul Chambers, the subject of the #TwitterJokeTrial, has won his appeal and the conviction has been overturned.
Devices using the new Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core chip should be out soon, and judging by the benchmark tests, they're sure to impress.
Sony has sent out invitations to a pre-IFA 2012 press conference, where it could announce new Xperia smartphones, or even new tablets.
The Jaguar C-X75 is coming soon. Packed with F1 technology and capable of 200mph, you'll want one, but probably won't be able to afford one.