Tech & games
Forget the selfie. Mobile technologies are changing the way we learn. Here are some of the useful learning apps out there.
WhatsApp, WeChat, Facebook - we use apps on our phones to communicate with friends all the time. But what if we could also use them to communicate with teachers?
Make calls, read email, control music, manage Instagram photos, keep up with your workout, pay for groceries, open your hotel room door. CEO Tim Cook says you can do it all from your wrist with Apple Watch.
White and gold or blue and black? A Tumblr user asked a question for which an answer seems impossible.
Lovers of emojis will soon be able to pick from different skin tones and depictions of families with two moms or two dads on Apple devices.
The app is getting its own superhero series, SnapperHero, in which celebrities from YouTube and Vine play superheroes in short clips
As riot police advance towards Admiralty and Do You Hear the People Sing plays in the background, you could be forgiven for thinking Occupy Central has restarted.
Bigger was better in the gaming world this year. Here's a look back at the battles and budgets that mattered
Two players stand over a board covered with models and pieces of scenery in a room in Wan Chai. They are controlling their own miniature armies, in a battle game that's like a harder version of chess. This is Warhammer.
Since the rise of the smartphone, manufacturers of dedicated music players have been struggling to stay afloat. Consumers simply don't see the need to carry an extra device just for music. Sony is trying to change this with their new Walkman.