The Panasonic Lumix DMC-3D1 digital camera features twin lenses that let you capture high-resolution 3D images and video.
Music recognition service Shazam has updated its iPhone apps to let users share new music with their friends.
Twitter is offering Web users the chance to always use the secure HTTPS protocol to access the micro-blogging service.
Consumers don't understand the benefit of 3DTVs and as a result sales have failed to hit expectations, according to retailers.
The BBC is set to launch an international version of its catch-up TV service, iPlayer, after the BBC Trust gave the project the go-ahead.
Facebook users are being warned about a scam that claims they can get their hands on a free iPhone.
Medical students at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom are being given Apple iPhones to ensure they can access text books when away from campus.
YouTube is to begin a two-day trial of live video streaming in the US.
ViewSonic will unveil two tablet PCs running Google Android OS at IFA, which will take place next month in Berlin.
More than two in five (41 percent) iPad owners use the device as their preferred way to read books, says Cooper Murphy Webb.
Amazon has opened a U.K. Kindle bookstore, that offers more than 400,000 books, magazines, and newspapers that can be viewed on the Kindle e-reader.
O2 is the first UK network to unveil pricing for its iPhone 4 tariffs.
Google has admitted it has been mistakenly collecting data from unsecured Wi-Fi networks for three years.
BT is planning to launch a rival to Apple's iPad that will be used in the home, rather than on the go.
Brits are no longer able to get their hands on an iPad via US purchasing and redirect service BundleBox.
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