Kobo eReaders, including the Touch Edition, will go on sale in WHSmith stores next week.
A new range of Eink Kindle ereaders has been unveiled, including two touchscreen models.
BMW cars with the latest ConnectDrive system will let you hear your Facebook and Twitter updates.
LG has solved the problem of glasses-wearers having to put on a second pair of 3D specs by launching clip-on glasses.
Logitech's latest accessory, the Harmony Link, aims to turn your iPad into a universal remote.
Parrot's latest Bluetooth hands-free speaker, the Minikit+, lets you pair two phones at once and hear your text messages.
In what was a logical next step, Dyson has followed up its Air Multiplier fan with the Dyson Hot fan heater.
Logitech's latest wireless accessories aim to let you get the most out of your tablet and smartphone.
Offering up to four-finger gestures and swipes, the Logitech Wireless Touchpad hopes to make web browsing more "fun".
Amazon is trying to convince publishers to sign up to a digital media library service for its Kindle reader.
Nike is set to go Back to the Future with the launch of the self-lacing Nike Air Mags.
Waterstone's will enter the ereader market early next year to challenge the Kindle's dominance.
A new innovation from Ford will let parents limit the speed at which their children drive the family car.
Sony will launch its personal 3D viewer, the HMZ-T1, in November, allowing users to enter their very own world while watching films or playing games.
If you fancy recording all your spying activities to share with family and friends, then Sony's new digital binoculars could be for you.
IDAPT's latest charger lets you charge two devices at once while making sure you don't use more electricity than needed.
JK Rowling is set to make her multi-million selling Harry Potter novels available as ebooks through the Pottermore website.
Samsung has moved quickly to distance itself from a copycat tablet cover which looks identical to Apple's Smart Cover.
In a bid to free students from lugging around hefty textbooks, Amazon has launched a textbook rental service for its Kindle.
One tablet accessory manufacturer has backed up its claims of toughness by dropping an iPad from 60 feet.