Material World: What's next for 3D printing?
Will the ability to make objects from wood, metal and ceramics finally bring 3D printing to the masses?
Steve Jobs movie: Everything you need to know
All the details on the cast, release date and plot of the Steve Jobs movie
Windows 10 build 10159 fixes 300 bugs
Windows 10 to be released to customers on 29 July, but build 10159 is available now
Is immersive journalism the future of reporting?
Virtual reality is coming to the newsroom and bringing with it questions about presence and empathy
Apple Music vs Spotify: Which is the best?
We pitch Apple Music and Spotify against each other to answer the question “what is the best music-streaming service?”
Reader survey: Would you buy a domestic serving robot?
Would you buy a domestic serving robot?
Should you believe the hype surrounding running-shoe tech?
Can technology help you run faster or is it all money-making marketing fluff?
The tech innovations Brits take for granted
Never mind Marmite: there’s a host of weird, wonderful tech unique to the UK that we should celebrate
The best Android phones in 2015
Looking for the best Android smartphones around? You've found them. Here's the low-down on the very best of the bunch
Microsoft HoloLens features, price and release date
Microsoft will show off new gaming applications on the HoloLens at E3
How to paint a rainbow with three colours (sponsored)
We travel to the end of the rainbow and reveal a printer's inner secrets
How tech is rewiring your brain
The internet has been accused of stunting human intelligence, but how is technology is affecting our minds?
How wearable devices could save your life
Pioneering research projects are harnessing wearables to treat disease
Geek Day Out: 8 things to do in Britain if you love tech
Love technology? Try these brilliant techie days out for the whole family
2015's best smartwatches of
What's the best smartwatch on the market right now? Find out with our buyer's guide and in-depth reviews
Hacking the brain: How technology is curing mental illness
Scientists are using cutting-edge tech to take aim at illnesses like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
A year as a coding nomad
Some people work from home – but Cat Burton wanted to know whether she could work from anywhere around the globe
Confessions of a tech nerd: Why I buy vintage
What brings a man to buy an obsolete 21in CRT Apple Studio Display? Christopher Phin explains the tech itch that won’t go away
Life after hacktivism
James Jeffrey and Ryan Cleary both went to prison for hacking. What happened after they got out?
Reader survey: Are you planning to buy a smartwatch?
Have you been won over by Android Wear or the Apple Watch?