Brett Molina 12:01pm Zynga has released a version of the hit FarmVille game tailored for smartphones and tablets in the hope of reaping a bumper crop of players.
Adam Satariano Apple is planning to unveil a song-discovery feature in an update to its iOS mobile software, sources say.
Chris O'Brien Facebook users will soon be able to see which of their friends are in close proximity using a new feature in the social network's mobile app.
Sampad Patnaik Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is reportedly working on a plan to persuade Apple to ditch Google as its default search engine in favour of Yahoo.
Chris Taylor According to leaked emails, Samsung executives feared Steve Jobs' death could pull focus from its own products, so it launched an anti-iPhone ad campaign.
Miyoung Kim, Se Young Lee Samsung is working to introduce at least two smartphones running on its own Tizen operating system, a top executive says.
James "DexX" Dominguez The Lego Movie has been a hit with audiences and critics, but the tie-in game is lacking something.
Terry Lane Canon's Ixus compacts are usually good value for customers with modest photo ambitions, but this one looks like a product of the marketing-by-numbers.
Gail Sullivan It’s no secret that Google keeps an eye on what users of its services are into. But on Monday, the company updated Gmail’s terms of service to spell out its relationship with users in no uncertain terms:
KATIE CINCOTTA Google's latest stripped-down laptop, the thin, lightweight Acer C720P, is the ideal travel PC.
Terry Lane While testing the Canon Ixus 155, we had to ask whether there is room in the market for both the compact and the smartphone.
ADAM TURNER As Microsoft officially ends support for Windows XP, incoming Microsoft chief Satya Nadella has ushered in a new era for the software giant.
Garry Barker Over the past three or four decades, computational power has increased enormously and the cost of it has dropped dramatically.
BEN GRUBB Scanning veins in the human hand could become the biometric measure of choice for authentication when we pay for things or want to unlock devices, an Australian professor says.
Rod Easdown My mate Don could never be called an early adopter. He asked me about new speakers to replace his 30-year-old B&W floor-standing models that were too big for his new house.
Iain Gillespie Forget smartphones, tablets and even wearable gadgets - get a microchip implant instead.
Telco TPG has been fined $400,000 for failing to provide access to emergency numbers for customers who had not paid bills.
Will Oremus In the nearly two years since Google began testing its augmented-reality eyewear, public reaction has progressed from "that's amazing" to "those look stupid" to "if you wear them, you deserve to be physically assaulted."
Anick Jesdanun With the new Cortana virtual assistant, Windows Phone catches up with Apple's iOS and Google's Android in a major way.
Salvador Rodriguez Google has applied for a patent that details a way to fit a camera into a contact lens.
The winners have been drawn and their Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 tablets sent out on Monday.
Alexei Oreskovic Google has informed users that their incoming and outgoing emails are automatically analysed by software to create targeted ads.
Tom Pullar-Strecker Some smartphone owners should soon be able to log on to Westpac's internet banking service using only their fingerprint.
Deborah Netburn Scientists try to move getting over jet lag beyond your grandmother's advice - and they want your help.
David Carr Yahoo, a company that seems like a permanent adolescent in search of an identity, is about to try a new persona: high-quality television programmer.
STEPHEN HUTCHEON First it was Napster, then it was Apple. Now the music industry has Pandora in its cross-hairs.
COSIMA MARRINER It is a website renowned for vicious and offensive postings with guaranteed anonymity, and yet teenagers are flocking to Ask.fm. Welcome to the new ground zero of cyberbullying for high school students.
Anick Jesdanun There's a lot to like about Samsung's new Galaxy S5 smartphone - among them, its relative lack of features.
MAHESH SHARMA Employees' reliance on email as the primary mode of communication is hurting business productivity, according to a Cisco executive.
Lily Hay Newman Thanks to the Heartbleed security flaw, you're going to have to change a lot of passwords - so this is the perfect time to start using a password manager.