IFA 2016 IFA 2016 has been a good show, but what would catapult this Berlin-based tech offering to greatness?
IFA 2016 Philips and The Voice are collaborating to control your lighting while you watch a TV show, but that's just the tip of the iceberg.
LG has announced two new 21:9 monitors, including a 34-inch curved 144 Hz gaming monitor and a 38-inch behemoth.
Remember when you used to just throw the free headphones that came with your phone away? Those days are definitely over.
The BBC has revealed the numbers that downloaded its Olympics 360 app and experienced a more immersive version of the Rio Games.
A team of scientists are working on a novel way to get increasingly rare metals out of your dead batteries.
Scientists have taken a huge step forward in creating an accurate GPS for space travel, using pulsars and X-ray cameras.
Amazon and Netflix have been pretty disruptive to traditional TV, and now they are stealing some of its leading lights
Wimbledon is one of the most traditional sporting events in the world, but that doesn't stop it being at the cutting-edge of technology.
IBM's Watson has turned its AI focus on our social media, and is now picking interesting things out at inhuman speed.
Interview After predicting the rise and rise of mobile phone payments, PayPal are looking into the next stage of how we buy things.
A new Nintendo console will be arriving early next year, with the company confirming the news in its financial results.
Opinion Avatar's claim to have kickstarted the 3D revolution is applicable to the big screen theaters and cinemas, but not so much for television.
Apple's has signed up with some of the biggest apps in its store, including Angry Birds 2, Candy Crush and Cut the Rope: Magic, to help improve the Earth with charity WWF.
Analysis America's next Top Model, cricket's Twenty20 World Cup and Superman have strange link that gives us a glimpse into the future of phones
VR Week We've leafed through our paperbacks to pick out our favourite VR-focused books, with classics from Aldous Huxley, William Gibson and Neal Stephenson.
VR Week When it comes to the cutting-edge of television, Anthony Geffen and Atlantic Productions have a claim to be among the keenest, and it is virtual reality that is currently stirring their interest.
Foxconn has reportedly bought two thirds of ailing Sharp, which could have major repercussions for the screen on your phone.
VR Week Giants of the television world have told techradar they're brimming with optimism for the arrival of VR.
Guide Fallout Shelter is one of our favourite mobile games of the year, but how do you make the most of Bethesda's vault-based god game?
European television giant Sky has invested $45 million in an Asian competitor to streaming giants Netflix.
Apple's most senior software engineer has written a damning indictment of the FBI's pressure to create a backdoor into iOS.
Netflix has told techradar that HDR is the next big tech focus of the company as it doubles down on 4K in the coming years.