To stay relevant in an ever-shifting tech landscape, you have to keep a close eye on your audience and their changing lifestyle and media habits
You might notice that, with the release of both the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive, we’ve gone VR crazy this month. But we’ve still included a smattering of the world’s best tech from further afield
Lord Bilimoria has teamed up with his cousin and an app developer to create PictoSo, an app that lets you create shared albums with family and friends
Tech can be used for both good and evil. Take Marauder’s Map, an extension for Google Chrome that allows users to track the movements of contacts that use the Facebook Messenger app. Fortunately, we’ve dug up plenty of tech with less sinister applications
From farming to film, drone technology is being embraced by companies in the UK – and new rules may mean these early innovations are just the start
The latest addition to the platform will enables users to easily access the most popular new stories. But will it help Twitter draw in less-experienced users?
The BBC has released further details about its Micro:Bit computer. Given to every secondary school pupil, the board will come with an ARM Cortex M-O processor and will run Blockly, Python and Microsoft’s TouchDevelop. Hungry for more gadgets? Read on
Another scandal has hit Apple: #tattoogate. The Apple Watch's optical sensors struggle to read users' heart rates through dark tattoos. If you fancy some brand new tech that works regardless of how much ink you have, check out this little lot