China cracks down on one of the few avenues its citizens and foreigners have to accessing the full internet.
Many great games were released last year, but some did not live up to the hype.
Battery capacity has tripled since 1990, but that's nowhere near enough.
Google chairman predicts the internet will soon be so ubiquitous it will "disappear" into the background.
A stylus would be out of character for Apple, but reliable sources indicate one could be coming.
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US President Barack Obama wants to support a secure, free and open internet, but the Republican-controlled Congress may thwart him.
LG said it will start selling its new curved smartphone next week - but only in South Korea.
After failing to keep up with the boom in mobile and cloud computing, HP is fighting back with tablets designed for doctors, retailers and other professionals.
German researchers have injected artificial intelligence into Nintendo's Mario so he can develop a personality and behaviour of his own.
Link, Master Chief, Batman and Nathan Drake will be back in action.
Social media users in Japan are taking on Islamic State militants with a "crappy" meme war.
The Stanford and Cambridge University researchers developed a computer program to analyse the Facebook likes of more than 86,000 participants.
Google's new Translate app is an advanced mobile-translating tool that's "so much more natural" than its predecessor.
Cantabrians will soon be able to keep tabs on the Christchurch rebuild using their smart phones.