Star Wars Week Star Wars could have represented something entirely different and a lot more deadly, if Reagan got his way.
Mini Review There is a healthy and growing market for quality, well-built, sub-£200 portable audio systems built to appeal to the growing hordes of digital audiophiles out there.
In Depth Sir Clive Sinclair's greatest invention, the ZX Spectrum, is 30 years old today and to celebrate we've compiled our list of the top 30 Speccy classics.
Some analysts are suggesting that Apple will fully converge Mac OS and its mobile operating system iOS at some point in 2012.
Amazon has slashed the price of the Kindle e-reader in the US, sparking speculation that a new next-gen Kindle is set to be released soon.
Bletchley Park, the home of Alan Turing's World War II code-breaking team and the museum of computing, is set to get funding from Google to revamp some of its dilapidated buildings.
Online smartphone gaming service OpenFeint looks to be prioritising Android gaming over and above iOS gaming.
Sony appears to be not majorly worried about the apparent slow uptake of 3D TV and 3D games, according to comments from a Sony Computer Entertainment exec this week.
Intel has made a $30 million investment in two new cloud computing research centres at Carnegie Mellon University in the US.
Sanford Wallace faces up to 16 years in jail, if found guilty of a number of phishing attacks on half a million unsuspecting Facebook users.
Intel is aiming to take on the MacBook Air in the superthin laptop category, with a new, surprisingly affordable range of Ultrabooks.
Sony has announced that it is not going to release the new PlayStation Vita in the UK or the US in time for the Christmas rush, with Kaz Hirai suggesting that it will not arrive until early 2012.
The number of paying subscribers for Blizzard's fantasy MMO World of Warcraft has dropped for the second financial quarter in a row.
Bethesda's Todd Howard, game director for the forthcoming blockbuster Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, says that gamers should not expect follow-ups to the PS3 and Xbox 360 until 2014, at the very earliest.
If you want to cast your vote in the 29th annual GamesMaster Golden Joystick awards, run by TechRadar parent Future Publishing, then you now can.
In something of a surprising move, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has issued a written apology to the first wave of Nintendo 3DS buyers, following the recent hardware price cut.
Microsoft has decided to rethink its plans to use the geo-location data of Live.com, following renewed privacy concerns amongst users.
Updated The official Skype for iPad app was released into Apple's App Store before being swiftly taken down.
Sony's forthcoming PlayStation Vita handheld may be used as a PS3 controller for certain games if comments from a Sony rep at the recent Develop conference are to be believed.