It doesn't look like a lamp. It doesn't behave like a lamp. But the heir apparent to this household name thinks he's onto something.
Study conducted by universities in the US and Australia analysed posts by more than 65,000 users and came to some surprising conclusions.
A little-known start-up in China is gunning to be the first to sell bendable smartphones this year, seeking to upstage Samsung, which has started to dabble in flexible-screen technology.
If you're a interested in wearables you'd be remiss to overlook Android Wear, even if you're on an iPhone.
The future of tech giant Apple isn't what you think: Its next big thing will eclipse the iPhone boom, Morgan Stanley says.
Nobody at the Commonwealth Bank seemed overly concerned when Matthew Pearce told them they'd given him $123 million by mistake.
Copyright owners and internet service providers have agreed to hit the pause button after they failed to reach agreement on piracy scheme costs.
Guy Ward's excitement about an Optus broadband and phone bundle upgrade quickly disappeared.
You need to stop closing that Windows 10 pop-up to avoid upgrading, as Microsoft is doing its best to sneak the latest version of Windows onto your computer.
Even if the Coalition's network delivers a constant 25Mbps, which is more than what it's promising, that's not enough for the internet of the future.
I've become slow to respond to my name in public spaces for fear I'll turn and smile at a stranger scowling into their phone.
Twitter is about to get a little less complicated.
Like the games of old, this new reboot is fast, loud and gloriously stupid.
Facebook uncovered no evidence that it suppressed news about conservative issues in its "trending topics" feature, the social media firm wrote Monday in a letter to US Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune, a Republican.
Gibes about the decline of the iPhone amid stalling sales may turn out to have been premature, as reports of a huge Apple order and fresh leaked images indicate iPhone 7 could deliver the biggest shake-up to the smartphone in years.
What would your dream smartphone look like? Time to dust off your thinking cap: the modular phone is here.
If you're visiting the home of Google in Silicon Valley it's worth taking a quick history lesson to see where it all began.
Microsoft shifts its strategy in a market dominated by Apple's iOS and Google's Android.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and other high-profile Australian politicians have landed top billing on Google after the search engine giant offered them a free slot to spruik their policies at the top of Google search results.