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.
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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."