The music streaming service previously limited song plays on PCs to encourage subscriptions - is this a bold move or a desperate one?
The broadcaster has removed the shows in a bid to increase 4oD users
The latest gadgets from the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas promise a world of smart objects that will watch, listen and look after us
New software will focus on three main areas: better multitasking, access to apps and quicker set-up for first-time smart TV users
The UbiSlate 7Ci is the commercial version of the low-cost educational tablet, the AAKASH-2
Fundraising campaign on Indiegogo garnered over $300,000
Plans for the smartphone are reportedly "full steam ahead", with sources suggesting it could substitute the ailing Asha range
Brightest Flashlight Free had more than 50 milllion downloads but its developers were charged by the FTC for 'deceiving consumers'
New design aims to solve the problem of constant notifications by using low power E Ink rear screen to show incoming messages and more
Mobile games fill that time when you're usually busy doing nothing. From playing God to chasing unicorns, here are 10 that will have you hooked
Amazon's anti-iPad ad joins similar attacks from Nokia and Microsoft
The smartphones have provided a boost for Apple’s market share, however
Amazon Coins will be used to the retailer's app stores and has already boosted sales in the US
Meditating is proven to reduce stress, help us keep calm and sleep better too. Want to master the art? There are a range of apps that help you live a more ‘mindful’ life, wherever you happen to be. Here’s our pick of the best.
57 organisations have already signed up to the service which first launched in the US, Japan and Korea in September
A slim launch library has left the PS4 feeling underpowered where it matters most, but Sony made moves to mollify gamers during the console's US launch