Samsung Galaxy Tab S targets iPad with ‘world’s greatest’ tablet screen
Samsung has unveiled its latest tablet, claiming it is “setting the bar higher” with the device - its thinnest and lightest to date.
Smartphone chipmakers cut customers’ costs by finding phone components
Suppliers of chips to smartphone makers are taking the unusual step of helping customers procure other phone components such as speakers and camera lenses...
Two senior Twitter executives resign as growth lags
Twitter Inc on Thursday announced the abrupt departure of two senior executives, including the chief operating officer who had been responsible for the...
Rookie astronaut takes to Twitter to share life at 420 km above Earth
First-time astronaut Reid Wiseman is one of six men living aboard the International Space Station, a $100 billion research laboratory that flies about...
TweetDeck taken down after malicious code attack
A tweet containing computer code has started propagating itself through Twitter by taking advantage of a security flaw in Twitter’s TweetDeck application.
Game on: Can E3 still surprise amid pre-show leaks and teases?
Can game makers still astonish? Traditionally, the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is the place where video game publishers reveal their biggest and...
PayPal chief departs eBay to head Facebook’s messaging service
PayPal President David Marcus is stepping down from his position to join Facebook, where he’ll work on the company’s mobile-messaging products.
Facing consumer scorn, Google Glass may find fans in business world
It is business, not consumers, that will save Google Glass from itself. Anyone in the security industry will benefit instantly from Google Glass: Every...
Paraplegic in ‘Iron Man’ bodysuit to open World Cup
The first kick at the World Cup opening ceremony will be made by a paraplegic wearing an Iron Man-like robotic bodysuit controlled by signals from the...
'Super computer' is first ever to trick humans into thinking it's a real person
A “super computer” has duped humans into thinking it was a 13-year-old boy to become the first machine to pass the “iconic” Turing...
CIA Twitter account reveals sense of humour
The Central Intelligence Agency has launched a Twitter account, revealing a previously undercover sense of humour.
Apple to make 3-5 million smartwatches monthly, sales begin October
Apple Inc is preparing to sell its first wearable device this October, aiming to produce 3 million to 5 million smartwatches a month in its initial run,...
'Pointless' Tetris now 30 years old - with new versions set for launch
Tetris, the puzzle game that launched in 1984, has had people hooked for 30 years because it appeals to the basic mental instinct to tidy things, an expert...
Vodafone reveals extent of government spying on phone calls
Vodafone, one of the world’s largest mobile phone groups, says government agencies have secret wires that allow them to listen to all conversations...