Sky has launched a series of limited edition Sky+ HD boxes to mark the 10th anniversary of the launch of Sky+.
Twentieth Century Fox believes that European Blu-ray sales over Christmas will help deliver the first rise in full year home entertainment spending since 2004.
Google has rolled its two major payment systems up, with Google Checkour becoming part of the Google Wallet brand.
The Nokia Lumia 800 has gone on sale in the UK, bringing the latest Windows Phone 7 Mango OS and a huge burden of expectation.
Bing's UK site has offered up a dynamic search page – with a frog video playing in the background as you make your query.
TalkTalk will host trials of the forthcoming YouView video on demand service, with the broadband giant set to launch a 'friends and family' test next year.
Spotify has announced that it is launching its service in Austira, making the European nation its tenth market.
Netflix has announced a deal with Lionsgate to show its films on the streaming service when it launches in the UK next year.
Amazon has reportedly upped its order for Kindle Fire tablets from its manufacturers following better than expected pre-orders.
The winner of the 2011 James Dyson Award is an entry from an Australian engineer who came up with a low-cost, self-powered way of extracting water from the air.
Microsoft has announced that more than two million people have connected their Hotmail account to iOS devices since the release of iOS 5, increasing at 100,000 a day.
The Ridley Scott produced Life In A Day, made up of people's home videos, has now been made available on YouTube.
Samsung has announced its second bada Developer day – as it looks to encourage developers to make apps for its own operating system.
HTC sold a whopping 13.2 million smartphones in Q3 2011 – 93 per cent more than it did in the same quarter last year and nine per cent more than the previous three months.
Google Maps are now apparently venturing into buildings, with a foray into a comic book store being linked to on social networks.
T-Mobile has confirmed that it will be offering up the eagerly anticipated Nokia Lumia 800 when it arrives in November.
Motorola shipped 4.8 million smartphones in Q3, according to the company's latest financial results, but tablet sales were just 100,000.
A senior figure behind HP's WebOS has defected to Nokia, where he will be involved in the Windows Phone 7 era at the Finnish giant.
Samsung has appealed for the Australian ban on its Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Tab tablets to be overturned.
The eagerly anticipated Sony handheld console – the PlayStation Vita – will reportedly launch without Flash support.