Articles by Matthew Chapman
The London Games Festival returns in 2012 for a month-long celebration of gaming culture.
Hitman Absolution: first gameplay trailer released and new screenshots and artwork also available.
Spotify for iPad is finally here, as a free app download but with a £9.99 monthly subscription for on-demand music. Was it worth the wait?
Research in Motion has confirmed it will continue to use physical keyboards on future devices.
The Microsoft Windows Live brand will be retired before the Windows 8 launch and more integrated desktop software.
The first Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim DLC will be called Dawnguard and has a summer release date.
Sony officially reveals its Vaio T11 and T13 Ultrabook laptops, with a release date in May or early June 2012.
The Nokia 808 PureView will be released this month, with Nokia confirming that Russia and India will be among the first markets to sell the 41 megapixel camera phone.
News Corp's British Sky Broadcasting has had a complaint about a misleading television advert for Sky+HD and Sky Sports upheld by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).
Japanese mobile social gaming company Gree will buy Funzio for $210m, adding Crime City, Modern War and Kingdom Age to its range of game titles.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has launched an update for Timeline users on its social networking site that allows them to easily become organ donors.
The Sony NEX-F3 promises a tilting display, 16.1 megapixel sensor and a sensitivity of up to ISO 16,000, if leaked images are to be believed.
Google Street View Wi-Fi case could be investigated by the UK police, while Marius Milner - the self-titled "hacker" behind the data breaches - has also been identified.
The Apple iPad 3 4G could face a new Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) investigation over claims that it works with 4G mobile phone networks.
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) claims that Google knew its StreetView camera project would collect sensitive Wi-Fi data.
Microsoft and Barnes & Noble have signed a partnership to create a publishing subsidiary that will specifically deal with digital publications and college material, while also creating a Nook application for Windows 8.
Yahoo has accused Facebook of buying up patents specifically to launch a counterclaim to the legal case it is bringing against the social networking site.