LG's mobile woes appear to have abated, with the Korean giant finally making a profit from its handsets.
Harvey Eagle has told TechRadar that he expects the One to live as long as its successful predecessor the Xbox 360.
Microsoft's decision to drop the Kinect as a core product for the Xbox One has had an immediate impact.
Week in gaming Massive made up landmarks, Xbox fightbacks and Samsung's sneaky entry into our lives.
According to the lead architect for the PlayStation 4, the console could have been a very different beast.
Week in Gaming Google's IO gave us a low-fi look into our gaming future, and Nintendo want a piece of it as well.
Week in Gaming E3 is just a distant memory, but that's not going to stop us bringing you the cream of the gaming crop.
Atari will be licensing its iconic brands for wearable tech with an eye on making a part of the company's future.
The importance of 'synergy' within Sony means that the company will not be splitting its key divisions.
Nobody really doubts that Microsoft is working on a watch, but apparently some guy knows a guy who was trialling one.
If you haven't checked out House of Cards in 4K yet, you have a window of 1,825 days to get ahead of the mainstream.
Analysis With the most pirated show on TV, Game of Thrones, coming back for its new season - new global thinking is being highlighted.
Google's Chromecast guru Rishi Chandra has told TechRadar that he is thrilled by the potential of his product.
Space may well prove to be the first frontier for Oculus Rift, with Elite Dangerous' alpha testing illustrating the potential of VR.
Exclusive Motorola fans rejoice: the company has no intention of ditching handsets that compete with the iPhone and Galaxy S5.
Analysis You could have forgiven Motorola for cancelling its MWC press event, but instead the company came out fighting.
MWC 2014 Motorola is making a new smartwatch, and its non-Google bosses are supportive of the plan (and more).
MWC 2014 Moto is on the verge of announcing its next-gen wearable tech, with a smartwatch almost ready for a big reveal.
MWC 2014 Alcatel's OneTouch Pop Fit is a slightly odd attempt to mine the market of semi-wearable phone equipment.
Opinion Mobile World Congress is having a fine 2014, with big announcements and fascinating glimpses into the future.
MWC 2014 The Nokia X range's slightly awkward middle child has a lot to recommend for the markets it's targeting.
Opinion When you launch a heart-rate monitor in a phone, it should at least pack enough innovation to get the blood pumping.
He's already been a champion for 3D, but can James Cameron give 4K more impetus and re-open the great HFR debate?