Frederique Constant's Hybrid Manufacture has a long name and high price, but could this be your next stylish and smart watch?
The Connected Modular 41 delivers more performance for less money than the 45, but Swiss luxury still doesn’t come cheap.
Updated Google Maps is over a decade old. For the next ten years, it's hitting the road and bringing car apps.
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Packed with extra smarts, Fossil has made the Q Commuter a great looking and useful hybrid smartwatch.
Three has recently launched the new MiFi E585 Wi-Fi modem, replacing the E5830 as iPad users' must-have accessory.
Acer has this week announced its new S1 Series LCD displays, ranging from 18.5 inches to 23 inches and measuring a tiny 13mm to 15mm thick.
Along with the much-sought-after 4.1 update for the iPhone 4, last night Apple also pushed out an update for the iPad, bringing the software up to version 3.2.1.
The Xbox 360 Slim comes to UK shores today and brings a larger 250GB hard drive, built in Wi-Fi and a new, smaller form factor.
While 3D broadcasting is still some time away, those of you with shiny new 3D televisions will soon be able to watch Blu-rays in the third dimension, thanks to Denon.
The Tic Toc is Samsung's attempt at making a fashion-themed MP3 player with motion control, aimed at "young women who want the latest fashion gadgets".
In its first year Microsoft's Bing search engine has claimed 12.7 per cent of the internet search market, according to figures released by ComScore.
Dave Bishop of online games outlet PopCap has disclosed Bejeweled's incredible success story in a talk at the Develop conference.
Microsoft has this week released a new wireless mouse aimed at those who want a compact but high quality notebook mouse.
BlackBerry 6 OS is the latest instalment for the mobile operating system from RIM and promises to offer many new features to bring BlackBerry well and truly into the touchscreen world.
The popular Twitter client Tweetdeck celebrates its second birthday this week, having grown from a small application with one employee, to a multi-platform international success story.
Figures released by eMarketer for April reveal that a startling 29 per cent of teenage Facebook users left the site, or used it less, during the month.
The Eyecare Trust has revealed that 3D films could be causing headaches for 12 per cent of the British population due to poor binocular vision.
Twitter has launched a new service called Early Bird, an account that tweets out special time-bound deals and offers to its followers.