A group of experienced craftsmen have built a working model of a ball clock to present to council.
Fitbit wants its latest entry-level fitness tracker to be fashionable with colour like teal and plum.
Several design changes are expected for the iPhone 7 including removing the protruding lens.
It's important to have a digital insurance policy should a tech disaster strike.
Apple will reportedly reveal a new, smaller iPhone in an effort to jumpstart sales.
Power cords on Surface tablets pose a risk of fire or electrical shocks.
An auction in Australia has revealed the problems of buying locked iPhones and iPads.
Samsung is expected to launch new versions of its flagship phone at a mobile phone conference.
A new "ray gun" uses an invisible beam to bring down small drones.
Google has shut down several social media accounts linked to the Glass gadget.
Brydge keyboards are sturdy, good-looking and are a good option for iPad owners.
Google's Cardboard viewer allows users to experience virtual reality through mobile apps.
Huawei has just released the 5.5-inch Mate S so we compared it to the iPhone 6S Plus.
A "floating Bonsai" project on Kickstarter has easily exceeded its goal.
A first look at Apple's latest iPhone model may have just been leaked online.
Samsung's new watch is the best one available right now for Android smartphone users.
Some iPhones are showing incorrect battery levels due to a quirk with time settings.
Those activity trackers may not be doing as much good health-wise as you might think.
A University of Waikato mechanical engineering student has been awarded a major scholarship to develop a brain-controlled prosthetic hand.
The battle between mirrorless cameras and traditional DSLRs has stepped up after Fuji released a new camera.
A new non-snoozable invention hopes to put an end to your frazzled "I can't believe I slept in" commute to the office.
The GoPro is experiencing lower-than-anticipated sales forcing them to make cuts.
The iPhone robot has learnt to beatbox - sort of - in a newly-discovered function.
What are your options when you - inevitably - spill your iPhone onto the pavement?
Consumers are becoming increasingly bored with what tech companies have to offer.
Manufacturers shipped 75.7 million machines in the fourth quarter compared with about 82.6m a year earlier.
Google's Project Tango gives a form of computer vision to mobile devices.
Apple's latest version of its software for iPhones and iPads has several new features.
Hundreds of thousands of people have opposed the idea by signing an online petition.
There's a very simple reason that the cost of the Rift is so high: expensive components.