Move follows reports of fires caused by faulty products and warnings from National Trading Standards
The tolerance now granted to tech companies seems limitless. Their data servers remember everything; their users forget the gravest lapses
At first it felt strange, barking commands into a TV remote, especially when it bested me at every turn
User access to a number of popular websites was disturbed during the crash
One of China's richest men has insisted he is serious about buying the New York Times so that he can work on "rebuilding its credibility and influence".
High Hopes was made available for download for a few hours on Saturday
Warren Buffett spent most of 2013 amassing fortunes of over £23million a day through investments into food manufacturing giants like Heinz
What better way to stick two fingers up at those who have snubbed you than with a cosy shopping session with their nearest competitor?
Microsoft's console has sold at a slower rate than Sony's PS4, but is available in less than half the number of countries
Plans for the smartphone are reportedly "full steam ahead", with sources suggesting it could substitute the ailing Asha range
I don't mind being watched, so long I'm not aware of it
Amazon UK had its busiest day of sales ever as pre-Christmas shoppers hit the internet for Cyber Monday.
Firm says the unmanned ‘octocopters’ could be delivering packages within 30 minutes of ordering as early as 2015
Metropolitan Police issue checklist of advice for people to stay safe while buying on the internet
Tesco is struggling to keep up with demand for its new low-cost Hudl tablet and has run out of stock at least twice since launching at the end of September.
Amazon has led the way in seeking to convince the British public that today is the day of the year when we should all be purchasing electrical goods