The giant 90-inch Sharp TV is now on sale at John Lewis, if you can fit it through your door.
Samsung and LG reckon they've both unveiled the world's first 105-inch, curved Ultra High Definition television.
Sony's brand-new app for iOS and Android will let you send voice messages to your PlayStation Network friends, and even watch them play live.
Fast and exciting gameplay makes Kingdom Rush Frontiers a must-have pick for tower defense fans.
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Nokia's next top mobile is rumoured to be a proper PureView -- a Windows Phone with all the impressive camera gubbins of the Nokia 808.
The Panasonic UT-MB5 is an enormous tablet that displays 4K, but don't grab the popcorn: it's for business, not movies.
Security researcher publishes proof-of-concept app to demonstrate security issue in Google's mobile operating system.
Energy efficiency firm EnerNoc upgrades its demand response application so building equipment can communicate via an instant-messaging protocol. And what's a "passive house"?
Why the giant prehistoric whale with 14-inch-long teeth is a far better illustration of the microblogging site's problems than its current cuddly cartoon cetacean.
A recent flurry of storage acquisitions (consuming 3PAR, Isilon, Compellent, and others) leaves enterprises few remaining alternatives to the largest vendors.