In spite of an armada of competitors sailing into the e-book reader waters, Amazon's Kindle has apparently had its best month ever in terms of sales, or so the company says.
If current URL shorteners for cutting Twitter posts and the like down to size aren't aggressive enough for you, then check out Bit.ly's new service, which saves a precious two characters per link.
The Japanese mobile phone market - frequently cited as among the world's most sophisticated - has finally fallen victim to the march of Apple after a study revealed the iPhone dominating there.
The new slimline PlayStation 3 may be simpler and cheaper to make than the original PS3, but a new report shows that it still loses Sony money on each console sold.
A new survey of the world's leading industrialised nations show's that the UK's internet connections are among the slowest around.
If you thought your 5Mbps home broadband connection was fast, then think again and take a look at a new Google-backed 17Tbps fat pipe destined for southeast Asia.
If anywhere could be expected to be in the vanguard of the imminent Augmented Reality (AR) revolution then it would have to be Japan and where else but in the nation's myriad department stores?
The founders of Twitter may not be making much money from the microblogging platform, but savvy marketeers like Dell are already way ahead of the curve in online sales.
The hitherto unglamorous battery market received something of a shakeup this week when Panasonic completed the acquisition of Sanyo it embarked on a full year ago.
Anyone who's a regular Google search user will know that the only way to avoid the company tracking your online activities is to log out of Gmail or whatever Google account you use. Not any more.
Forty years after the internet first took shape in the form of the ARPANet in the US, an unusual challenge seeking to test the power of online communication has been won by a university team.
If seemingly imminent plans by Apple to buy a small online music specialist from California go ahead, it could signal the end of music downloading as we know it.
If you were wondering if the long-running European 'browser ballot' issue that has Microsoft pitted against other browser makers could get any more ridiculous, then rest assured that it just has.
To Kindle, Sony Reader and Nook, we can now add the name nReader, after Taiwanese firm BenQ revealed its own e-book reader this week.
As if the iPhone wasn't already enough of an attention hog, a US college has equipped a group of students with the Apple device and told them to go make sweet music on it.
Xbox 360 owners who are also fans of the BBC iPlayer are in for yet more disappointment, after it emerged the media platform won't be coming to Microsoft gaming hardware anytime soon.
To the tales of fighter pilots training on PC flight simulators we can now add the one about the boatload of sailors learning the ropes through a Sony PSP.
Makers of protective gadget covers should probably look away now if they want to avoid the shock of learning about Nissan's role in rendering all their products redundant.