Near-field communications is an incredibly easy way of paying for stuff, and patents suggest it could be that next year's iPhone 5 will use it
A blue version of the Nintendo Wii is due out, painted in celebration of Mario and Sonic's London Olympic outing.
Nokia is putting the slim in Symbian with the Nokia 700, coming to Vodafone, O2, Virgin, Orange and T-Mobile.
Virgin Media is planning a free Wi-Fi network open to all and sundry, while London buses will soon be connected to the Web too.
The U.K. has nominated a proposed 28-megawatt wave energy project off the coast of Scotland to receive funding from the European Union.
Speculation that Apple is planning to put near-field communication technology in this summer's iPhone 5 appears to have been scotched, with UK operators saying it's not happening this year.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play is a PlayStation-certified Android phone with slide-out gaming controls. We got hands-on to find out if it's going to steal the Sony NGP console's thunder.
Forget fumbling for change or worrying about the weirdo behind you seeing your PIN -- this summer, you'll be able to pay for things with an airy wave of your Orange mobile phone.
Paying for goods and services by tapping your iPhone or iPad on a reader could be just around the corner, if claims by a US consultancy firm are to be believed.
The new wave-harnessing electricity generator heads from the test pool to the open ocean in the waters off the Orkney Islands.