Articles by Matthew Chapman
The Raspberry Pi Foundation hopes to entice children to learn to program by giving away "four or five thousand dollars a week" in prize money
A skills shortage will shaft our economy warns Raspberry Pi inventor, as the number of technical A-level students falls.
The BBC would be in the High Court if it tried to release an own-brand computer in 2012 said Raspberry Pi inventor Eben Upton.
We review the Liquid Image Ego Extreme Sports Cam to see if you should be attaching it to your bike/skis/helmet.
MeeGo spinoff Jolla has not yet ruled out crowdfunding project to raise capital.
Microsoft and Nokia will hold a Windows Phone 8 launch event on 5 September - one week before the expected launch of the Apple iPhone 5.
A video of a Galaxy S3 smartphone running an official Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) update has been posted online.
Neither Toshiba or HP will produce a tablet based on the Windows RT OS in time for the software's launch on 26 October.
Franchise updates for everything from Fifa to Need For Speed and NHL to Dead Space.
Hitman: Absolution's Contracts mode allows players to automatically create their own in-game challenges.
The BlackBerry 10 operating system could soon be licensed to other manufacturers, claims RIM CEO Thorsten Heins.
Albert Yeung Sau-shing takes search engine giant to court for linking to content alleging he has links to Chinese gangsters.
Highlights from the BBC's online coverage, which set an all-time record for web-based viewers.
DeNa has confirmed that Transformers Battle – created in partnership with Hasbro – will be a digital trading card game.
The official worldwide 2012 release date and price for the NeoGeo X Gold Entertainment System have been announced.
The Jawbone Big Jambox is small enough to be carried but big enough to power your party. We put it through its paces.
Relive Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises by playing with the Bat-Pod motorbike and The Bat flying vehicle toys.
Social media and the use of smartphones abroad are killing the traditional postcard, a study has revealed.
Google will penalise sites reported for illegally posting copyrighted material by pushing them down the search rankings.
Tilon financial malware is targeting European banks and uses "a full bag of tricks" to avoid detection.