The Ubuntu operating system has been adapted to run on smartphones.
Apple Inc has started testing a new iPhone and the next version of its iOS software, news website The Next Web reported.
Sony has ended Japanese production of its best-selling PlayStation 2 (PS2).
Microsoft has confirmed that a zero-day vulnerability affecting older versions of Internet Explorer could allow attackers to gain control of Windows-based computers to host malicious Web sites.
Instagram, the popular photo-sharing service owned by Facebook Inc, said on Tuesday it has "no plans" to incorporate user photos into ads in response to a growing public outcry over new privacy policies unveiled this week.
Unrivalled control of a robotic arm has been achieved using a paralysed woman's thoughts, a US study says.
From the producers of ‘Colombo Ride 3D’ (a game which was nominated in 2010/11 as one of the top 5 games worldwide from over 1000 games internationally at Mashable Awards, Las Vegas, USA) comes another innovative milestone for the Sri Lankan smartphone consumer with a brand new Android Sri Lankan game.
Virtusa Corporation, a global IT services company that offers a broad range of information technology services, including IT consulting, technology implementation and application outsourcing, announced that it has been named a winner of the 2012 WITSAGlobal ICT Excellence Awards for its Àkura School Management System
Facebook Inc began rolling out a variety of new privacy controls on Wednesday, the company's latest effort to address user concerns about who can see their personal information on the world's largest social network.
Google has released its Maps app for the iPhone, in the wake of complaints about Apple's software.
Attention has swirled around what, at least initially, looks to be a surefire way to pirate Windows Store apps: as a warning to developers, Nokia engineer Justin Angel has detailed how at least some Windows 8 apps can be hacked to avoid paying for full versions or in-app purchases, and even strip out ads in free titles.
Microsoft Corp has stepped up manufacturing of the Surface tablet, its new device designed to counter Apple Inc's iPad, and will introduce it to third-party retailers this week.
Several Google Inc Web products, including the popular Gmail service, appeared to go dark for users on several continents on Monday.
IBM says it has developed a chip that makes it easier to shuttle data about via pulses of light instead of using electrical signals.
Demand for Windows 8 touch-screen PCs is strong, according to two analysts who spoke with CNET.
It may not look like a character from the Transformer franchise, but a tiny robot made in the US is able to change shape.
A UN agency is trying to calm fears that the internet could be damaged by a conference it is hosting.
The U.S. presidential election became the most-searched item and Kim Kardashian was the most-searched person on Yahoo! in a year when online searches were dominated by big news stories and pop culture obsessions, the search engine company said on Monday.
Apple Inc's latest iPhone has received final clearance from Chinese regulators, paving the way for a December debut in a highly competitive market where the lack of a new model had severely eroded its share of product sales.
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