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Could Apple ditch Google and launch its own search engine in 2015?

Yahoo and Microsoft's Bing are reportedly in talks with Apple, hoping to win the coveted default search provider spot on iPhone and iPad.

Onecue is both a universal remote and a hub for smart devices, can pre-order it now

There is a new universal remote available that'll control your entertainment system as well as all the smart objects in your house such as lightbulbs or even window blinds.

Minecraft Star Wars DLC skin pack now out for Xbox One and Xbox 360

Microsoft has teamed up with Disney and Lucasfilm to launch a downloadable Star Wars Classic Skin Pack for Minecraft.

Sony's new three-year plan includes focus on PS4 and image sensors rather than TV and Xperia phones

Sony isn't doing so well and plans to cut down its television and mobile phone lineups as well as its FIFA soccer sponsorship in an attempt to save money.

First Jurassic World trailer finally lands, giving us an exciting glimpse at the summer blockbuster

The first Jurassic World trailer is finally here. Jurassic World is the much-anticipated fourth installment in the Jurassic Park film series.

Ordering something for Black Friday or Cyber Monday? 5 places to collect your parcel if you're going to be out

There are a lot of deals on offer through many of the online retailers this coming Friday or Monday - after all, they are Black Friday and Cyber Monday respectively and are traditionally the days when massive bargains can be found.

Jobs a good'un, Steve Jobs movie back on as Universal picks up rights after Sony ditched it

The on/off Steve Jobs movie based on the ex-Apple head is back on again after Universal Pictures picked up the rights in response to Sony Pictures' withdrawal.

Nokia Lumia 735 review: Just don't call it a selfie phone

Nokia Lumia. Say goodbye to that phrase, as this is the last Lumia device that we'll review carrying the Nokia name.

One Direction joins exclusive list of Spotify streaming billionaires, who needs Taylor Swift?

Spotify has revealed that One Direction has passed the one billion mark for the amount of times one of their tracks have been streamed.

Only a 4K TV can read the bottom of Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud’s boots

Very eagle-eyed viewers of the Arsenal versus Manchester United match on Saturday might have noticed something different about striker Olivier Giroud's boots, especially if you were watching on a 4K TV.

Acer Liquid Jade review: Functional but not fantastic

The sub-£250 end of the smartphone market is a like a big apple pie that every manufacturer wants a slice of.

Swap your brand new iPhone 6 for a BlackBerry Passport... no, really

BlackBerry is running a promotion in the US for iPhone owners to swap their devices for money towards a brand new BlackBerry Passport, including the iPhone 6.

30 geeky wrapping papers to use on Christmas gifts this year (plus how to make your own)

Part of the joy behind the gift-giving experience is finding an awesome present that's tailored to one person.

How to delete and buy Band Aid 30's Do They Know It's Christmas again

It's Christmastime and that means it's time for giving. So why not give cash toward fighting Ebola? Better yet, spend your money on the fight and get something in return.

Google Glass Basecamps look to close in US and London, but you'll never suspect the reason why

Google appears to be closing all Google Glass Basecamp stores, it's claimed. 9to5Google recently spotted a post on Google+ from Spencer Kleyweg, a Google Glass developer, who pointed out that Google was no longer accepting scheduled appointments for Glass...

24 of the weirdest and wackiest mobile phones you won't admit you owned

Rumoured to be going on sale at the end of this month in the UK, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is certainly a bit different to the norm.

Google removes homophobic gay killing Android game, but not before it was downloaded more than 10,000 times

There are calls for Google to reassess its app submission policies as an anti-gay hunting game appeared on the Play Store yesterday and was downloaded 10s of thousands of times before it was withdrawn by the software giant.

Grand Theft Auto 5 review: Bona fide thrill ride on PS4 and Xbox One

Grand Theft Auto 5 caused a stir when it was released more than a year ago, a stir that's all the more frenzied in its new-gen incarnation on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Samsung's mobile bubble bursts: Galaxy S5 fails to sell as well as S4, 4 million less in fact

Samsung has been the largest beneficiary in the rise in popularity of Android smartphones over the years, with its Galaxy range topping the pile year-on-year.

BT looking to buy back O2, wants second stab at mobile network

BT has confirmed that it is in preliminary talks with Telefonića to buy back O2, the UK mobile phone network it has previously owned.