Grab your tech passport and travel to Berlin for the massive IFA consumer-electronics trade show.
Welcome along to our photo tour of Europe's biggest technology show, which sees new phones, TVs and more from the world's best firms.
As Europe's biggest tech show officially comes to an end, we take a fond look back at our best fluffs, flaps and flippin' idiots walking into shot on the show floor in Berlin.
This $170 Garmin fitness tracker and smartwatch combo makes its debut at IFA 2014.
New Electrolux cooking app gives you a look into the future of the connected kitchen.
From the end of September, Nest products will go on sale officially in more European countries.
The energy-efficient fifth-generation Core chips will enable fanless laptops that can be converted into tablets, and a handful of them are on the way.
This app is useful on its own now, but with a concept feature on display at IFA 2014, you might never again have to open your oven door to check on food while it's cooking.
Is there still a need for dedicated MP3 players? Sony says yes. We go hands-on with its new hi-res player.
We get to grips with the HP Chromebook 14, which comes in a range of colours, and packs an Nvidia Tegra K1 processor.
Check out our hands-on video of HP's gigantic new Windows 8 laptop-tablet mash-up.
The QX1 clips onto your phone, and works with Sony's E Mount lenses. Could this be the camera of the future?
From cooking with ease to saving you social embarassment, we talk you through what Sony's wearable tech concept can do.
Those who want movies with the very highest quality will be keen on 4K Blu-ray's better resolution, color, and dynamic range. Yet millions seem happy with streaming video, despite its shortcomings.