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Classic video games from the 70s and the 80s have been released online for free by the Internet Archive.
The social networking site Facebook has come out in the top most-searched for terms for 2013 in the UK.
The Google Glass has been updated with a new function that lets users take photos with a wink, with plans in the future to allow this action to be used for other purposes such as purchasing items or researching recipes.
It has been confirmed by a spokesperson of Aldi that their very first tablet has completely sold out in all stores, after having only launched the new device days ago.
Mobile phone users are to be protected from unexpectedly high bills in a new cap outlined by the government and the four operators EE, Three, Virgin Media and Vodafone.
A group of ex-Nokia employees plan to launch a brand new smartphone in the UK on the technology the mobile giant rejected back in 2011.
The iPhone 5s may have been announced, but with little revolutionary innovation, many mobile technology enthusiasts are looking to the iPhone 6 to be the next groundbreaking smartphone.
The word ‘selfie’ has been named as the word of the year by the Oxford Dictionary, the word having evolved from a phrase rooted in social media to a mainstream term.
Developer ProtoGeo have produced an app which tracks your every movement, and has been praised as an alternative to wearable fitness tracking devices.
Industry insiders at Slush 2013 believe the new Finnish game Supernaughts to be the next big thing in the mobile gaming industry.