A health app that tries to stimulate behavioural change to improve well-being is being trialled by small parts of the NHS.
Uber are introducing fixed fares when users schedule trips in advance.
The first official mobile game from the South Park universe – South Park: Phone Destroyer – has crashed its way onto iOS and Android.
Google has unveiled a new tool to help users skip long lines when waiting for a table at a restaurant – by adding waiting time information to search results.
A new 24-hour service for NHS patients to contact a doctor via videolink on a smartphone has launched in London.
Facebook Messenger has introduced the ability to send and receive money via in-app conversations to UK users for the first time.
The much-requested delete messages feature appears to be close to launching on WhatsApp.
The steady stream of new Instagram features continues – the photo-sharing app has just added the Superzoom creative feature to its in-app camera.
Uber users in the UK will now be able to add multiple stops to a trip within the app, the car hailing service has said.
Amazon is launching a service that will enable couriers to open customers’ front doors and leave deliveries inside.
The best books draw the reader into their worlds, and now a new audio book is using the GPS in smartphones to use the real world as a trigger for different parts of its story.
The old adage “try before you buy” is now being applied to apps, with the Google Play Store now enabling Android users to test out apps before committing to downloading them.
Facebook has officially rolled out its new alternative News Feed, known as the Explore Feed, which is designed to help users find more content on the social network.
Motorola has a new wearable that uses GPS and an accelerator to track movement and exercise – but this device is for the dog, not the owner.
If you can’t decide which Porsche to buy, this app may just be the answer.
Last year, Facebook announced Messenger Lite, a slimmed-down version of the Messenger app designed for users in areas with slower internet speeds and with older phones. Now it’s come to the UK.
Tinder has released a new way for users to interact with potential love interests.
HSBC will allow customers to add details of accounts held with other institutions to its online banking app.
There’s little more annoying than spotting something you really like the look of, only to get it home and realise that actually you only liked the way it looked in a shop.
Google Assistant, the tech giant’s artificial intelligence-powered virtual assistant, has launched as an app for iPhone users in the UK.