Taiwanese smartphone and VR headset maker could become in-house manufacturer for Google-branded products
Unlike Google Glass and Snapchat’s Spectacles, the glasses reportedly won’t feature a camera, instead focusing on linking to Amazon’s voice assistant
Tool now owned by security firm Avast was hacked via a supply chain attack, an increasingly common method of infection
New version of Apple’s smartphone and tablet software includes customisation and multitasking additions, and will be available for download today
New iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra will stop ads following Safari users, prompting open letter claiming Apple is destroying internet’s economic model
Norwegian company Sapa invests £9.6m to reopen mothballed facility in Bedwas, near Caerphilly, with 130 jobs returning to area
With the absence of Game of Thrones, the 69th Emmy Awards should be full of surprises. Find out who won what with our updated list of winners
A security lapse that affected more than 1,000 workers forced one moderator into hiding – and he still lives in constant fear for his safety
The researchers behind the illusion, which went viral last month, explain how the plan was actually to see how people react to self-driving vehicles
Don’t be suckered in: navigating the multitude offers reveals buying an iPhone 8 outright and signing up to a cheap sim-only deal is the most cost-effective option
Yet HMRC’s rules are clear: you must pay VAT on your £390-plus US purchases when you fly home, which makes those big savings a lot less appealing
Exclusive: Women say Google denied them promotions, telling the Guardian they were forced into less prestigious jobs despite qualifications
Embarrassing discovery that Facebook let advertisers target users interested in antisemitic topics comes as the social network’s ad practices are under scrutiny
Electric Semi truck will be ‘tentatively’ ready for first test rides and is ‘worth seeing in person’, but can batteries and self-driving trucks really replace diesels?
Steve has only been getting 1Mbps when he has paid for 70Mbps. An engineer said there is nothing wrong with his wifi router – is there another way to check?
Jamie Dimon claims cryptocurrency is only fit for use by drug dealers, murderers and people living in North Korea
Apple’s iPhone 8 and iPhone X come with wireless charging, so there’s no need to reach for a cable any more. How does it work, what supports it and is it any faster?
Its fingerprint scanner is awkwardly placed and its very expensive, but the battery, screen, camera and stylus are the best on the market
Aileen is going to study photography and needs a powerful laptop for editing photos. It’s a job that any laptop can do, but perhaps not to the high level required
Initial coin offerings involve selling a number of crytographic tokens to investors at the launch of a project