One company reckons it's time for tablets to bring families together rather than isolate them. So they've gone big.
When Microsoft approached HTC about making a new Windows Phone, it requested the M8 specifically.
OPINION: Microsoft's latest hybrid is part tablet, part notebook and all class.
All rumours point toward bigger screens for the next iPhones, and now it is claimed Apple is making the large size part of the device's name.
A huge group of self-organising robots has emerged. But don't worry, they're tiny and quite harmless (for now).
In the future, sensors placed in a temporary tattoo could use your sweat to power small electronic devices.
Kiwis can now buy computer parts over the internet from one of the United States' largest retailers.
Apple Inc's suppliers have begun manufacturing new iPads in an attempt to revive flagging sales.
Leaked documents from one of the world's top snooping companies show it can't hack into iPhones.
In the seven years since its debut, Amazon's popular e-reader, Kindle, has changed quite a bit.
Microsoft-owned Nokia has unveiled its cheapest handset yet, the NZ$30 Nokia 130.
Few people in emerging markets are willing to pay for legitimate copies of Microsoft.
New images appear to show a near-final iPhone 6, complete in its retail packaging.
Microsoft has learned that it can't spend its way to success.
Researchers say it's not how much time babies and toddlers spend in front of devices, but what they're looking at.
Computer science is getting stunningly close to creating a chip that thinks like a brain.
Researchers have designed flat paper robots that can fold themselves into 3-D shapes.
A start-up company wants you to be able to look at your phone while driving your car by bringing Google Glass to your windshield.
Months and months of rumours to this point paint a picture of not one, but two bigger, prettier iPhones.
The iPhone 6 reportedly will be announced on September 9, and is expected to feature much bigger screens.
Xiaomi is just four years old — but it has knocked Samsung off its perch as the top smartphone seller in China.
Photos claiming to depict the latest Samsung Galaxy smartphone have surfaced on Chinese social media site Weibo.
Passcodes are outdated. They're a pain to use, and they aren't secure when they are based on easy-to-guess digits.
American football tracking stats are about to get a whole lot more specific with chips in shoulder pads measuring how fast and far players travel in real time.
They're new types of agricultural machinery with functions and designs that differ from conventional tractors and rice planters.
Successor to Curiosity to include a include a super-laser and stereo vision.
Two separate threats could put up to 90 per cent of the world's 2 billion plus smartphones at risk of password theft.
Potential new class of attacks evade all known security protections, top computer researcher reveals.
Pen turns you into the 3-D printer.
Despite rumours, phones won't be covered in near-indestructible sapphire glass, analysts say.