Let there be a lightweight stylus, and there was a lightweight stylus. And some saw that it was good: it divided the Samsungs from the Apples, Sonys, Huaweis, LGs, Motorolas and HTCs.
The value of bitcoin has fallen below US$10,000, with the cryptocurrency losing more than half its value since it broke the US$20,000 mark in mid-December.
The much-anticipated follow up to Windows 8, dubbed Windows 9, is being readied for a release date in Q2 or Q3, 2015 according to fresh reports.
Last week saw some very believable iPad images leak but Google was clearly feeling left out; today images and specifications of a tablet from Google and Taiwanese manufacturer HTC have been revealed.
Photos of what will probably be Apple's next iPhones have already leaked, but if that wasn't enough we now have leaked photos of what could be the next iPad Air.
Apple may have all the tech press momentum right now but thay may all change on Wednesday, with online retail giant Amazon releasing a teaser YouTube video announcing a secretive 18 June "launch event" in Seattle to be hosted by CEO Jeff Bezos.
Netflix has refused to confirm reports it's set to enter the Australian and New Zealand markets in 2015, waving them away as media speculation.
Google is set to grow bigger, yes even bigger, and acquire the world's biggest game video sharing portal Twitch for $1 billion.
The online currency Bitcoin is now worth US$1000 a unit, sparking renewed fears of an Internet bubble.
Facebook reportedly offered one billion dollars in a bid to acquire massively popular photo-sharing app Snapchat, as it looks to capture the fledgling yet lucrative teenage market.
The Boston bombings back in April caused a flood of information and chatter on social media, but only 20% of tweets proved accurate according to new research.
In a rare hiccup for the usually well-behaved tech giant, Google's upcoming Nexus 5 smartphone made a brief and unexpected debut on the Google Play Store at a very competitive price of US$349.
Apple has confirmed what experts have been saying for weeks - a big event is set to be held on 22 October.
Apple is set to unveil a new line of iPads at an invite-only event later this month if rumours are to be believed.
A plastic iPhone known as the 'iPhone 5C' is on the way if one plucky Aussie teenager is to be believed.
Rumoured schematics of Apple's upcoming iPad 5 have been leaked, suggesting a 'less bulky' design.
Oh iPad 3, wherefore art thee? In Chinese factories art thou made, production's started and not delayed, millions are coming for retail trade, all designed in California and China made.
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