Thursday is National Selfie Day, a day celebrating the art of taking your own picture. But are you a fan of the photographic craze that dominates social media?
The Apple faithful gathered in San Jose, California, this week for the opening of WWDC, Apple’s annual conference for developers. Are the new tools it revealed any good?
As Google’s annual developer shindig, Google IO, got under way last week, Android enthusiasts and developers were downloading the beta of the next version of the operating system, known for now as Android P.
Showcased this week, the latest version of Google Assistant has distinctly human-like qualities. Are you comfortable with the advancing AI technology and would you be willing to share your data with it to make it even better? (more on Google Assistant developments…)
Are you one of thousands of people to have received a call from a random, international number in recent months? You may have been the target of an international scam. Our guest, John Mitchison from the DMA, explains more…
The latest smartphone sales figures make for bleak reading for the big brands. For the first time on record, global smartphone sales have fallen, down by 5.6% in the last quarter of 2017, compared to the same period in 2016. Have we fallen out of love with smartphones? (more on smartphones…)
The Digital Economy Bill has finished its passage through Parliament and is finally law, but what does it mean for your rights in the digital age? (more on the Digital Economy Act 2017…)
Does your mobile phone really have to be all-singing, all-dancing? If all you want one for is to make calls or as an emergency back-up, wouldn’t a cheap, simple mobile phone be a better option? (more on cheap simple mobile phones…)
Right now, you’re probably reading this on a computer, laptop, tablet or even a phone. Over the past 60 years, we’ve seen a lot of innovative products appear in our homes. We’ve whittled down a list of 60 top products rated by us, but what ones would you choose?
I’ve worked in technology for over 20 years, so I’ve had a front-row seat for some pretty exciting new developments. Until recently, it’d be fair to say virtual reality wasn’t one of them. (more on virtual reality…)
What are you rights when your mobile phone handset develops a fault while it’s still under warranty and you’re on a contract? (more on faulty mobile phone rights…)
It’s not the screen on your next smartphone that you need to worry about breaking. It’s the bank when you come to buy it outright. So what’s the cheapest way of enjoying the latest handheld tech?
Is the paranoia of facing an inflated mobile phone bill causing you to keep your data turned off? It doesn’t have to be this way. You are the master of your own data.
In the past, I’ve tried to avoid nasty surprises on holiday by refusing to use my mobile outside a wi-fi zone, so it’s nice to think that with new EU roaming regulations in place, I have a bit more freedom. But, this change hasn’t necessarily ended bill-shock…