Today saw Apple finally take the leap and enter the increasingly competitive music streaming arena with the official release of Apple Music.
According to a report from Bloomberg, Apple has begun production on next-generation iPhones which are due to be released towards the end of this year.
Google’s autonomous cars – which were released onto suburban roads yesterday – are presently making 25mph trips around neighbourhoods.
Messenger (Facebook’s companion messaging app) now no longer need to have a Facebook account to access it; all that’s required is a phone number.
Lenovo have officially joined the micro PC fray with the Ideacentre Stick 300.
Following six years’ worth of testing, Google has officially seen fit to release Gmail’s Undo Send feature.
Sony have announced plans to release a test build of Android M for Xperia products.
Present rumours speculate that the Canadian firm is producing a premium Android smartphone.
Just two months on from the release of the first Apple Watch, reports have shed light on Apple’s plans for an updated Watch, set to be released in 2015.
Microsoft’s E3 conference yesterday saw the firm announce forthcoming Xbox One backwards compatibility which will allow the console to run Xbox 360 games.