Meet Kaz Hirai: The man who keeps Sony singing from the same hymn sheet - 2 months ago
The head of the electronics giant argues that its diversity and its emotional connection with customers are key to its success.
BlackBerry 10: Work, rest and play? - 10 months ago
BlackBerry's long-awaited new phones aim to combine the personal with the professional. Matt Warman assesses their chances.
Top US regulator clears Google of manipulating search results charge - 11 months ago
Google is 'one of America's great companies' and accusations by web rivals like Microsoft are a result of 'hand-to-hand combat' rather than a fair representation of its practices, says Jon Leibovitz, chairman of America's Federal Trade Commission.
Microsoft 'bets the company' with Windows 8 - 1 year ago
The software giant is risking all with its new Windows, says Matt Warman
2012: The year of innovation - 1 year ago
From 4G tablets to touchscreen laptops, Matt Warman says autumn has seen an intense battle for consumer attention.
We are a very secure, entrenched business: BlackBerry's CEO - 1 year ago
With a new phone on the way, reports of BlackBerry's decline are greatly exaggerated, CEO Thorsten Heins tells Matt Warman.
Review: Google tablet 'Nexus 7' - 1 year ago
Significantly undercutting Apple's pounds 499 iPad, the pounds 159 "Nexus 7" aims to popularise these new devices in the same way that Amazon's Kindle made e-readers mass-market.
Chromebook is a PC run mainly on the power of the internet - 1 year ago
Google wants to turn computers into devices that simply connect to the web.
Testing the Olympic torch with Daley Thompson - 1 year ago
It is the enduring symbol of every Games - the Olympic flame that travels from Greece's ancient Temple of Hera to each opening ceremony.
Check out Nokia's new 41-megapixel camera phone - 1 year ago
From a phone with a 41-megapixel camera to something called 'holopresence', Matt Warman brings all the news from the Mobile World Congress