Technology

Apple eyes early movie rentals

You may be able to use iTunes to watch movies as early as two weeks after they come out in theatres.

Smartwatch pioneer shuts down

Pebble will stop selling and promoting its line of smartwatches after the company was bought by Fitbit.

Sony unveils new games, controller

Sony announced 11 new mobile titles and unveiled Project Field, a device that connects to real-world objects.

Why Fitbit is beating Apple Watch

Fitbit appears to have had the right idea from the start. It is geared toward a particular use - exercise.

Top 5 gaming plays of the week

Chris Bridle talks through his top five gaming plays of the week.

This gadget helps steal cars

A device that lets thieves steal cars that use key fobs has been identified by a watchdog group in the US.

Remote locking traps car thief

A suspect in a US car theft had a rude awakening when the car he allegedly stole seemed to take on a life of its own.

Review: Google Wifi

Samsung may drop headphone port

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