If Google's Head-Up Display glasses and automated cars aren't enough for you, here's some good news: Google is pushing £76 million into new construction projects, many of which will be home to secret hardware testing facilities.
Apple's most recent screen successes have centered around the Retina display. But a new patent suggests that Apple has been working on displays that can react to their surroundings to dynamically improve the viewing experience.
With the rampant rumour run of the iPhone 5 that lead only to the launch of the iPhone 4S, is Apple about to do it to us again and instead of releasing a fully redesigned iPad, will we get an iPad 2S spec-bump upgrade instead?
Another day, another iPad 3 rumour; this time its back shell has apparently flashed its inners to the camera. If the component is genuine it points to a larger battery; a bigger camera, and a different LCD screen from the iPad 2.
Per a report from Chinese tech blog DoNews, the Siri voice-assistant may be speaking the three new languages by March. The website cites an unnamed Apple engineer working on the Mandarin version, which is reportedly already in testing.
According to a slide uncovered by the Verge, Best Buy is asking its customers for thoughts on a 42-inch, $1,500 (£950) Apple HDTV. And it sounds dreamy: runs iOS, full App Store and iCloud support, an iSight camera. Too bad it's all probably just a guess.
Camera nerds have been aflutter for weeks about a new Olympus mirrorless camera that's supposedly set for announcement any day now. The latest rumour is a full-body view of the retro-styled OM-D. If the rumour is true, the camera is going to be beautiful.
While Microsoft is still trying to get people to care about Windows Phone, details of the next big version are already nailed down, claims Pocketnow. The site says it's acquired a Microsoft video spilling the beans on Windows Phone 8.