Officially detailed during Sony's opening keynote for CES 2014, PlayStation Now has finally launched in the US and Canada under an Open Beta scheme for all PS4 owners.
The Jimmy Kimmel American comedy show gave unsuspected pedestrians a $20 Casio watch with an Apple logo and asked what they thought.
Codemasters has revealed that this year's game in the F1 franchise will be released for the current generation of consoles, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, on 17 October.
This could be the ultimate bicycle, if it were available now. Unfortunately it's an entrant for the Oregon Manifest design project.
Indiegogo has announced the launch of its app version of the crowd-funding platform on iPhone and iPod Touch.
For those that have been biting their tiny nails in anticipation of Samsung's smaller sibling to its flagship Galaxy S5, bite no more.
Sony has launched the Open Beta phase of PlayStation Now in the US and Canada, its game streaming service that offers access to classic PS3 games through a PS4 for rental fees.
Mark Zuckerberg, king of Facebook, has launched his Internet.org service in Africa to bring internet to areas that otherwise couldn't get online.
UK shower retail specialist Smart Price Warehouse now stocks possibly the coolest shower in the world.
App developer King and Spun Candy have partnered to turn Candy Crush Saga into a genuine confectionery delight.
Heatwave. That’s the word that’s being used here in the UK at the moment. Those of you who live in hotter climates may scoff, but a few weeks with temperatures exceeding 20 degrees really does constitute a heatwave as far as we Brits are concerned....
Round is in...when it comes to smartwatches anyway. The Moto 360 is all the rage right now, mostly due to its unique and round design.
Birmingham based 383 Labs has introduced Nosee, a smart pollen and air quality sensor that could help hay fever sufferers.
Do you want a newer version of the Apple TV? Oh well - it looks like you'll have to wait until 2015. It has been a whle since Apple has updated its set-top box.
Square is quite popular in the US when it comes to mobile payments, though its success elsewhere has been limited because the company's Reader device hasn't been able to recognise chip cards.
The first mad-made leaf has been created, literally opening up a world of possibilities. Space colonisation is a fantastic dream hindered by one dilemma: there's a serious lack of oxygen in the universe.
It was revealed yesterday that Electronic Arts was to launch its own game subscription service for the Xbox One called EA Access.
Is the Sony Xperia Z3 Compact the flagship side-kick we've all been waiting for? A high spec alternative to larger phones that doesn't scrimp on power?
Nintendo's first quarter financial year 2015 results don't make for pretty reading for the company. It posted losses of 9.924 billion yen, which amounts to a staggering £57.33 million down the Suwannee in the last three months - from April to June.
Amazon is trying to prove once again that it is more than just an online retail giant. Sort of. The company has come up with a new phone called the Fire Phone, complete with Dynamic Perspective screen for a viewing experience unlike any other.