Sales for the US market are up 111 percent compared with the same period last year, but are dwarfed by the sheer number of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles sold in the same period.
Amazon's Lovefilm service now has major new competition with the arrival of Netflix streaming-video service in the U.K. and Ireland.
It's a sellout for the eBay-only ZTE Open smartphone, a first, tentative stab at bringing the Firefox OS to the American and British markets.
Harrison Ford, now healed after an accident on the set, returns to Pinewood Studios to finish filming his role as Han Solo in "Star Wars: Episode VII."
England to see the first tests of automated vehicles later in the year while White House pledges to "get this right" from policy standpoint.
Apple faces trademark trouble in the U.S., U.K., parts of Europe, and China, where other companies hold the trademark for the name "iWatch."
The company's application was previously available only to Rdio customers.
The company's U.K. customers can now purchase video games and both PC and Mac software from the e-commerce site.
Britain's Department for Transport issues a preemptive strike by suggesting that wearing Google's glasses behind the wheel will be against the law.
The company was only able to sell a little over 1 million software units during the same period.