Google have pushed out their long-rumoured logo and usability update for their main product, Search. Bringing a flatter logo and an apps toolbox, the update should roll out soon to all users.
In an effort to win back users who have hopped over to Instagram, video sharing app Vine now boasts a major update including improved discovery and imagery tools, as well as numerous bug fixes.
Tests by programmer and Qwikast founder Nico Schuele have shown Dropbox dramatically cuts down the new MacBook Air's battery life, from a whopping 12 hours to just 3.
Another leaked image appears to confirm the next iPhone will have an updated dual-LED flash design. Are Apple trying to keep up with rivals' camera technologies?
Amazon.com in the US has confirmed a release date for Microsoft's upcoming Xbox One console. With next-generation games and the PlayStation 4 just around the corner, it's likely to be accurate, too.
Recent patent filings by Apple show the company is committing continued interest in fingerprint scanning technology, but will we see it incorporated into the next generation of mobile devices?
At today's Facebook press event, Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom unveiled 'Video for Instagram', a competitor to Vine that offers new video filters and image stabilisation tools.
We ask Neil Papworth, the man who sent the world's first text message, how he thinks texting has changed things, the social effects of SMS and where he sees the future of the technology.
Apple has made Bing the default search engine in Siri, its voice assistant service. Microsoft says its "thrilled" at the integration of its search engine with Apple's technology.
We take a look at all the major features of iOS 7, Apple's mobile OS that's just been updated. The company have also posted the overview video, which highlights the process behind it.
Apple has unveiled the next major iteration of its desktop operating system, OS X "Mavericks". The update includes significant performance updates and new features including Maps and Finder Tabs.
Apple have posted a live stream for the WWDC 2013 which kicks off today at 10:00AM PDT (13:00 PM EDT, 18:00 PM GMT). The stream is available for Mac, iOS and Apple TV users exclusively.
Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac has posted some mockups of what he believes Apple's next mobile OS will look like. Apparently, he's been given early access to the software we'll see at WWDC later today.
Images have appeared on Twitter that purport to show iOS 7. The next major iteration of Apple's mobile OS is set to be introduced tomorrow, and these images are in line with rumours we've heard.
Speaking on The Talk Show, John Gruber, who is rather prolific regarding Apple releases, has shared what he knows about the company's announcements tomorrow. Apparently, "All the leaks are wrong."
Apple has begun hanging banners advertising its next major OS releases in the Moscone Center ahead of WWDC 2013. The sparse and minimalistic designs may back up rumours about flatter UI designs.
Blueprints purporting to detail HTC's unannounced 'One Max' phablet have been published, showing a larger device with a similar design to the firm's flagship handset, along with numerous specs.
Citi's Glen Yeung, a well-respected analyst, has suggested Apple plan to launch an 'iWatch' in the second half of this year with suppliers reportedly ready to begin production immediately.
With Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) event kicking off on Monday, we reflect on all the rumours swirling around and suggest which ones are more likely than others.
Popular image messaging app Snapchat, known for its infamous NSFW aspect, has been drastically updated with UI improvements and speech enhancements - but image quality hasn't been enhanced.
Apple have released an update to Mountain Lion, its desktop OS, in the form of OS X 10.8.4. The update includes Wi-Fi improvements, better compatibility with Microsoft Exchange.
An image has emerged that appears to show a redesigned iOS 7 home screen, with flatter, cleaner icons and a more unified design. With competition from other platforms looming, it's a welcome change.
Samsung has announced the smaller counterpart to its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4 Mini. The company says it's an S4 in a smaller package, but its average specs lead us to believe otherwise.
Apple have released a 16GB version of their wildly popular music player, the iPod Touch. The new device remains reasonably similar, but with notable omissions of the rear camera and "loop" hook.
We take a hands-on look at the new iteration of the world's most popular mapping service, Google Maps. The update brings improved imagery, 3D features, updated navigation tools, and more.
Facebook have begun to roll out a feature - Verified Pages - that lets official pages of artist, public figures and businesses be set apart from fake accounts, similar to Verified Accounts on Twitter.
Apple CEO Tim Cook faced Android's exponential rise head on, speaking at the D11 conference yesterday. He did, however, cite some impressive statistics that put a different slant on the case.
Speaking at D11 conference hosted by AllThingsD, Apple CEO Tim Cook has eluded strongly an upcoming iWatch, as well as expressing interest in wearable computing.
An Apple 1, sold by German auction house Breker on Saturday, has fetched over double its estimated price - $650,000. The unit is likely one of the first 50 produced by Jobs and Wozniak.
Screenshots have leaked that appear to show a dramatic update to Gmail, adding default email categories and an updated navigation drawer on the service's mobile applications.
Reports have shown Samsung OLED displays are being used in Google Glass. Despite a certain wariness by other companies, it appears Google still considers the Korean company an ally.
A report claims that Apple plans to comprehensively integrate Flickr and Vimeo support into the next version of its mobile operating system, iOS 7, when it arrives later this year.
Yahoo have announced a 'product-focused' event will take place on Monday amid rumours of a possible acquisition of Tumblr. Will the rumours prove to be true or is this unrelated?
Camden has become the first London Borough to receive a special treatment of free Wi-Fi for its 212,000 residents, businesses and visitors. The service can be enjoyed for 30 minutes for free.
GoPro, makers of wearable action cameras, have released their first app for Windows Phone, allowing you to control your HD HERO3 or HD HERO2 via your Windows Phone 8 device.
Rumours surrounding the release of Windows 8.1 are flying thick and fast - the most recent of which suggests the Start Button will be returning alongside an updated Charms Bar.
Nokia has run an advert on prime time UK TV that teases the upcoming Lumia, set to be unveiled on May 14th in London. The advert shows a bulging camera - will it have the 808 PureView's camera?
Windows chief Julie Larson-Green has confirmed a public preview of Windows 8.1 will be available in June, as well as some new hardware "in the next few weeks" that could hint at smaller tablets.
Barclays analyst Ben Reitzes has suggested Apple's upcoming product roadmap will "change the narrative" of the company. The analyst has also recently upped his own performance targets for Apple.
Adobe have scrapped its Creative Suite branding, instead offering new applications through its cloud-based Creative Cloud subscription service. Is this move progressive or alienating to pro users?