Steering wheels which vibrate to signal when to turn are being tested as an alternative to screen-based sat-navs.
Apple has started rejecting apps that access iPhone and iPad Unique Device Identifier (UDIDs) amid ongoing app privacy concerns.
Google is reportedly considering plans to sell movies via Google Play in addition to the rental options it currently offers.
A user guide for Google Android Ice Cream Sandwich update on the Samsung Galaxy S2 has been released.
A new government list of major threats to the UK has identified solar flares as one of the top risks to the country's way of life.
NEC has announced that it is developing a super-thin battery that could be incorporated into credit cards or bendable screens.
Updated The new iPad 3 is out today, and developers around the world are getting busy updating their apps to make the most of the new tablet's high-resolution Retina Display.
Manufacturer Blaze has confirmed that it is producing a NeoGeo handheld console loaded with games from the 90s.
Google is set to shake up its search results by adding facts and direct answers to its usual list of ranked pages.
Billboard magazine's Hot 100 songs chart will include data from music streaming and subscription sites for the first time.
Microsoft Research is working on a project that will let users translate their own voice into other languages.
Samsung has created a sensor capable of capturing both a standard RGB image and depth information at the same time.
After six years in development, the credit-card sized Raspberry Pi computer has gone on sale and sold out almost immediately.
A new study suggests that active video games have no more positive effect upon children's fitness than inactive ones.
Proview Shenzen, a Chinese company that claims it still has rights to the iPad name in China, has now brought the fight to Apple's home turf by filing a lawsuit in a US superior court in California.
Google's rumoured AR goggles which combine a heads up display (HUD), camera and smartphone tech in a wearable device could go on sale as soon as this year.
The Pirate Bay could be blocked by ISPs in the UK after a High Court ruling that its operators "incite or persuade" copyright infringement.