Sweeping changes to the software powering iPhones and iPads, seeking to reignite desire for its products.
BAE, one of the world's biggest arms firms, unveils the Taranis, a prototype killer robot.
After four years of development, Microsoft unveils the Xbox One entertainment console.
Attorney General Eric Holder defends the seizure of the Associated Press' phone records, saying it was necessary to determine the source of a news leak in a critical investigation of a plot that put the US 'at risk'.
Around 6000 software developers have gathered at Google's I/O conference in San Francisco where the company launched a new music streaming service.
A breakthrough in quantum communications and computing is discovered by combining the optical control of an atom with transistor technology.
Google Now gets you just the right information at just the right time.
Scrubs star Zach Braff has reached his target of $2m on Kickstarter to fund his next feature film
Samsung's latest Galaxy has officially been released, with people curious to check out the S4's features.
The social network has unveiled a new service for Android phones this morning called Home.
Watch sea lion Ronan's rhythmic moves.
Mark Zuckerberg is trying to beat "Facebook Fatigue" with a redesign of the News Feed.
World's number 1 social network has released a new redesign for users' news feed.
A Court of Appeal judgement has ruled that the Megaupload founder can sue the spying agency which illegally spied on him prior to his arrest last year.
Drones fitted with video cameras are now affordable, available in many stores and simple to use. Video reporter Tim Doldissen explores how issues of privacy could easily arise.