(Adds details on customer fight outside Apple store; updates shares)
Another year, another two iPhones. Are they better than what came before? Absolutely.
OPINION: Over the years, I've grown blithely accustomed to the notion that operating a smartphone is a single-handed endeavour. No more.
He was the first owner of a new iPhone 6 in Perth. And the first to drop it - right outside the store.
MIT's four-legged robot runs like the super-fast spotted feline and even on its own power, off a treadmill.
To make a robot that does domestic chores, Siddhartha Srinivasa imagined a British butler.
Report Apple is set to launch two new tablets at its next event in October.
ALASTAIR SHARP - Reuters
Montreal startup taps crowdfunding for virtual reality headset to compete with the Oculus Rift.
REVIEW: Android tablets are more or less the same. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 a rare exception.
Computer-driven cars have been testing their skills on California roads for more than four years - until now.
TOM PULLAR-STRECKER - The Dominion Post
Fujitsu says the New Zealand has taken its eye off the ball greening its infrastructure.
The pink diamond-studded handset is claimed to be the most expensive iPhone ever sold.
Being part of groups plays an important role in everything we do, including "brand groups".
KATIE KENNEY AND LEHAR MAAN
Some will need to wait for their iPhone 6 after first pre-orders double the number recieved for iPhone 5.
NIVEDITA BHATTACHARJEE AND TOMMY WILKES - Reuters
Android One initiative aims at boosting sales in emerging markets through cheaper prices.
Chinese city offering a path for those too engrossed in their phones to watch where they are going.
Korean company accuses senior executives from rival of vandalising its washing machines at stores in Germany.
Cars that drive themselves now chatting with each other.
Apple has released a smartwatch along with new versions of its iPhones, but will consumers flock to the new products?
You didn't expect Samsung to let Apple's slew of announcements pass without weighing in, did you?