The beta version iOS 5.1 has been released to developers and there are a number of references to apparent new hardware in the code.
The FA is closer than ever to implementing goal-line technology in the Premier League and could have the technology in place by the start of the 2012-13 season.
Sony has announced the first wave of first-party games which will be available for the PlayStation Vita – with a number of big names and not-so-big names littering the list.
Microsoft is set to unveil the Xbox 720 at CES 2012 in January, with developer versions of the next-gen console landing before Christmas.
Apple is looking to implement some nifty dual LED lightbar technology into the upcoming iPad 3, in a bid to counter-balance the Apple tablet’s brightness issue that it may have due to its super-high pixel density.
US booksellers Barnes & Noble has announced the arrival of the Nook tablet, the much anticipated competition to the Amazon Kindle Fire.
Motorola has finally put to bed many months of rumours that it was updating its Motorola Xoom tablet range with the announcement of not one but two tablets.
The first batch of Sky 3D content has landed on the Nintendo 3DS, with users of the handheld getting access to a trailer for upcoming Sky show, Meerkats 3D.
The Apple Store in Covent Garden, London, was robbed in the early hours of Monday, with masked raiders on bikes targeting the outlet.
Mount Pleasant in Halesworth has been voted the worst place in the UK for broadband speeds, clocking in a rather miserly 0.128 megabits a second.