CES 2012 Panasonic is developing its own OLED television to rival the ones shown by rivals LG and Samsung, with the TV giant admitting it did not have one ready to show off just yet.
Sony has revealed that it sold an impressive 6.5 million PlayStation consoles and handhelds in the busy Christmas period, including half a million PS Vitas despite a Japan-only launch so far.
CES 2012 Philips has ramped up its Android-friendly audio offering, with a new line of headsets and a GoGear Connect media player.
CES 2012 LaCie has announced the 2big Thunderbolt Series and the eSATA Hub Thunderbolt series at CES 2012.
CES 2012 LG's TVs may have stolen much of the attention, but its monitor line-up has also been given a key boost, with four new arrivals.
CES 2012 The next generation of Wi-Fi kit has emerged at CES 2012, with TRENDnet and Buffalo among those showing off the latest 802.11ac networking devices.
Facebook Messenger for Windows has appeared in the wild, with the client allowing people to communicate to their Facebook buddies from a client rather than a browser.
Acer will reputedly show off its Tegra 3 toting Iconia Tab A700 at CES 2012, with suggestions that the tablet could finally make a more public appearance early next year.
TechRadar has taken a look back at some of the highs and lows of 2011, in a tumultuous year for technology.
Samsung has bought out its partner Sony from a joint venture in LCD production, spending around £600 million or close to a billion dollars.
German car giant Volkswagen has taken the bold step of agreeing to stop sending emails to employees when they are off shift via BlackBerry.
With 2011 coming to an end, some of TechRadar's London team have put together their own personal high and lowlights in a tumultuous year.
The BBC has launched an experiment with its radio that will give listeners using headphones a surround sound experience.
The Queen's traditional Christmas speech will be available to download as a free ebook from the Kindle store this year for the first time.
Seagate has finalised its purchase of Samsung's hard disk drive business –gaining 'select elements' including assets, infrastructure and employees.
Firefox 9 has arrived for public consumption, bringing a wealth of improvements to the plucky browser.
The new £89 Amazon Kindle topped the sales list on its busiest ever day, with the ebook reader racking up its highest one day sales on Cyber Monday last week.
Apple's bid to keep the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 banned from sale in Australia has failed, with a ruling from the Federal Court meaning that the tablet will go back on shelves.
It has been confirmed that Asda will be selling the Kobo ebook reader along with WHSmith in the UK, with the latter welcoming the move.
YouTube has rolled out redesigned professionally produced channel pages as it looks to encourage the introduction of premium content to the video site.
Acer's CEO JT Wang has told Dow Jones that the Taiwanese company is focused on higher end Ultrabooks for 2012.
Microsoft has announced that its cloud-based storage system SkyDrive has been overhauled to allow 'app-centric' sharing.
Google has added trending topics to Google+, although it only shows up when you search from the internet giant's social network.