The Consumer Electronics Show 2013 in Las Vegas today comes to an end, running from 8 to 11 January it revealed a number of exciting innovations such as a water-proof smartphone, a robot doctor, futuristic ‘wearable technology’ and every slacker’s dream: a TV you can control with your eyes.
Google+ adds pan and zoom feature for photos, as Facebook announces mystery press event for next week
As Facebook announced a mystery press conference for next Tuesday, Google coincidentally rolled out a new feature for Google+, that enables panning and zooming for high resolution images.
The BBC are today introducing a brand new BBC Sport mobile app for iPhone and iPod Touch users, with an Android version is expected to launch in the coming weeks.
The first Ubuntu powered smartphone will be available to buy in 12 months but in the fast-paced world of mobile computing, one year might as well be a decade.
James Vincent looks at five tech battlegrounds to watch this coming year.
EE’s 4G LTE rollout will continue at full speed in the first quarter of 2013, as the wireless carrier details plans to expand coverage to 17 additional cities across the UK.
Today Google is launching its Google Play Magazines service here in the UK. Android users can take advantage of the service via a dedicated app, available now on the Google Play Store.
At the end of each year, Google compiles its annual Zeitgeist. A collection of detailed summaries, categorising the world’s Google search activity over the previous twelve months.
Just days after Instagram announced that they had withdrawn support for Twitter’s card feature, Twitter have retaliated by rolling out their own built-in image filters.
SoundCloud is rolling out a brand new design for its web client today, with a plethora of new features and a greater focus on content discovery.
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