Microsoft and BBC Worldwide announced today that it's bringing a new Doctor Who game bot to Skype, called The Saviour of Time. There are also five new Doctor Who-themed Mojis that you can use.
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The BBC will stream a special binaural audio edition of this week's Doctor Who episode via its iPlayer. Knock Knock will air this Saturday at 7:20 PM GMT in the UK, followed by iPlayer at 8:10 PM.
Google is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who with a new doodle on its main page worldwide that's also a mini-game as the Doctor has to face off with Daleks.
Thought lost forever, two episodes from the 60's era have been discovered as far away as Nigeria, restored and released to iTunes exclusively before being eventually released on DVD.
Doctor Who actor Matt Smith, who will host the finals of Microsoft's Imagine Cup 2013 Thursday, said in an interview he uses a Nokia Lumia 920 and a Surface RT, although he also uses Apple products.
Microsoft has announced actor Matt Smith, the 11th and current lead in the hit BBC sci-fi series Doctor Who, will be the host for the Imagine Cup Worldwide Finals in St. Petersburg, Russia in July.
A man has used both his modeling and his programming skills to create a small model of the TARDIS in the Doctor Who TV show that looks bigger inside than outside thanks to an augmented reality app.
UK-based Scan Computers is now selling a PC that is shaped like the TARDIS from the long running Doctor Who TV series. It has been officially approved by the BBC.
Come face to face with some famous Doctor Who enemies such as the Cybermen, the Silence and the Daleks in the BBC's latest game released today for the PlayStation 3, Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock.
Researchers at Dundee University claim to have come up with a device that uses ultrasound, much like Doctor Who's sonic screwdriver, to both lift and rotate an object.