Scott Henson, boss of UK games developer Rare, revealed that the Xbox Kinect is "just getting started" in terms of technological developments.
Google Maps has now included public transport directions for London travel on its website and mobile apps.
Researchers at Stanford University have created a transparent lithium-ion battery, indicating that invisible devices may be a possibility.
Facebook has made its 'tag suggestions' feature, which uses facial-recognition software, easier to disable after concerns were raised about its invasiveness.
Supposed specifications for a handset dubbed the HTC Omega have been published, signalling that this Windows 7 device may be set for release in autumn with other Windows 7 Mango devices.
The Android Market is on course to sell more apps per quarter by its Apple rival by the end of 2012, according to a new report from Strategy Analytics.
The Nokia N9 UK release date may be set for 19 August after it was spotted on websites based in Kazakhstan and Russia.
Pottermore and Google have joined forces to sell the Harry Potter ebooks via the Google eBooks platform.