Google has followed in the footsteps of Charles Darwin to gather images of the beauty and biological diversity of the Galapagos Islands for the Internet titan's online maps.
Brandon Ashmore of Mentor, Ohio downloaded word game Say the Same Thing from Apple's App Store and in the process, set a new record and won a $10,000 gift voucher.
Online streaming service Twitch TV has launched itself on Xbox 360 as a dashboard app, now approved for debut in the US and allowing Xbox Live Gold subscribers to watch live gaming sessions from its top 300 live broadcasting channels.
Innovation just got better with Google Glass now offering a facial recognition app called MedRef. The app was created in a medical hackathon where it was programmed for medical purposes.
Google's cloud-based storage service will now be offering users triple the amount of free storage space, bringing the total to 15GB.
A simple smartphone app to click images of meals could be a helpful slimming aid for obese people, according to the doctors.
Rapper/hip-hop artist Snoop Dogg (aka Snoop Lion) has launched a photo sharing app for iOS and Android devices which lets users decorate their images with virtual Snoop Dogg-themed stickers.
For those on the go, finding a clean toilet in Singapore and giving feedback on the best and worst commodes is now in hand with a new app for mobile phones and tablet computers.
Researchers at Cambridge University have developed an app that could track happiness by combining smartphone data with users' perception of mood. The app is part of a project to see how mobile phones can be used to improve health and well-being.
The initial ‘Explorer' version of Google's much-hyped Glass headset currently only has limited functionality when paired with an Apple, rather than an Android, smartphone, but that is set to change.
A new iOS application aims to enable users to create a visual timeline of their day and share these images with friends, with the aim of making documenting one's life a habit.