The PM of India inaugurated the Re-Invest conference for renewable energy in New Delhi.
BlackBerry has launched the $275 Leap smartphone with a 5″ screen, and 25-hour battery life with ‘heavy’ use.
Photos of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge smartphones/phablets have been released.
The startup company Hyperloop Transportation Technologies (HTT) wants to get a hyperloop evacuated-tube transit system up and running in a maximum of 3 years.
The Neptune Duo smartwatch technology has the power of a smartphone, and a pocket screen that acts as a secondary battery.
Beatport has invited beta testers to try out their new unlimited, free electronic music streaming service.
NSW police officers are being provided with 500 Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphones (phablets in this case) to do background checks and look up information.
Tickets to the Tomorrowland 2015 event sold out in less than a day, 5 months in advance of the event. You can probably still get tickets, though.
AT&T is offering customers the option to pay an additional $30 USD per month so their browsing habits won’t be tracked.
The CogniToy harnesses the intelligence and processing power of the IBM Watson cognitive cloud system so that it can talk to children.
Trackside solar panels could save Network Rail £150 million without purchasing additional land.
The AVG mobile security team has discovered malware which can spy on you even if your phone is off.