Connected-toy company Sphero has a new robust little robot that can zip across the floor at 14mph, hit ramps and do tricks, all controlled with a smartphone.
Judging by the response when I’ve written about the controversial topic of in-app purchases in kids’ apps in the past, plenty of people think they should be banned entirely: freemium as a no-go area for children’s apps.
Security experts are warning that there could be many more compromised celebrity iCloud accounts after examining file data from pictures stolen from stars including Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton.
German employment minister Andrea Nahles is considering new “anti-stress” legislation, banning companies from contacting employees out of hours.
Apple will hold its highly anticipated iPhone 6 launch event on 9 September, the company has confirmed.
The Yogscast has become the latest popular YouTube channel to launch an official mobile app, as an alternative way for fans to watch its videos.
Amazon’s Fire Phone was launched in July, after many teaser videos and an expansive unveiling by chief executive Jeff Bezos, who showed off features like its 3D-effect maps and multiple front-facing cameras.
Hundreds of clones of Swing Copters, the new game from the creator of smash-hit game Flappy Bird, have appeared on the Google Play Store, beating even the official game to its launch on Thursday.
David Cameron has confessed his reliance on his BlackBerry smartphone, despite the possibility that the company will cease making phones.
Flappy Bird was a bona-fide mobile game craze in early 2014, but its popularity led to developer Dong Nguyen removing it from Google and Apple’s app stores. Now he’s returning with a sequel, of sorts.
Statues of the great and good across the capital and Manchester will be able to chat to passers-by thanks to smartphone technology