Take a first look at HTC’s best value 4G smartphone ever.
See exactly how big the new BlackBerry Passport is in the latest set of leaked photos.
The HTC Desire 820 could be faster than its rivals thanks to its new 64-bit processor.
Take a first look at Sony’s upcoming small tablet and new smartwatch.
Take a look at the stunning smartwatch that LG might launch at the IFA tech show next week.
The Samsung Backstage website is suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy Alpha will be sold with lots of free content. Here are the details.
Speak more than one language? So does Google Now.
Swing Copter is the latest impossible game from the creator of the sensational Flappy Bird. Check it out here.
PayPal has announced One Touch for PayPal, which lets buy things using PayPal with one click, so you can bypass having log in.
HTC has revealed the new HTC One M8 for Windows, a phone with the same body as the original HTC One M8, but that runs the new Windows Phone 8.1 software.
Sony has accidentally printed the name of its unannounced small tablet, the Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact, in a user manual for a Bluetooth speaker.
The Michael J Fox Foundation and Intel have created smartwatches used to track Parkinson’s disease.
We check out the Samsung Galaxy Alpha, sapphire screens, long range wireless charging & more.
HTC has launched its Zoe video app on the Google Play Store, making it available to loads of non-HTC Android phones.
Motorola is hosting an event that could see it announce the Moto 360 smartwatch and the rumoured Moto X+1 and Moto G2 smartphones.
Researchers in London have created a way of keeping your phone fully charged all the time, just by using the noise around you.
A new breakthrough could see phones and gadgets with flexible screens launched as soon as next year.
New technology could let you charge your phone much faster, and you wouldn’t need to change your battery or charger.
Samsung has finally announced the Galaxy Alpha, it’s first Galaxy phone built from aluminium. Find out all about it here.
You’ll soon be able to connect all your gadgets with just one cable as USB Type-C is about to be launched.
Find out how good the call quality if for you network in the latest Ofcom report.