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Its shares fell despite reporting revenues of $57bn. The pressure is on for the technology giant to find its next big thing

Hurdler Andy Turner found out his has had been burgled when he returned from his mother's future on Thursday night

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Apple rumoured to introduce two new iPads October 22nd

New tablets will likely include updated processors and slimmer designs

HTC One sweeps T3 awards despite company woes

Sony and Apple are also multiple winners - with Chris Anderson and Michael Acton Smith also taking home awards

Valve's rivals dismiss the company's plans for Steam consoles

Online games distributor claims console owners already have the system they want

David Cameron isn't best pleased with Miley Cyrus

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The Prime Minister doesn't see the Wrecking Ball singer as a good role model

iPad mini 2: Leaks start with an alleged 'space grey' case

New 7.9-inch tablet expected to be unveiled by Apple next month

PC gaming to hit your front room with Steam OS

Valve makes huge pitch for the big(ger) screen with a new Linux-based OS

Apple updates the iMac with Haswell processors and Wi-Fi that is 'three times faster than the previous generation'

Flagship desktop range comes with screen sizes of 21- or 27-inches, with 8GB of RAM and 1TB Fusion Drive harddrives as standard

Music Review: Fleetwood Mac, The 02, Dublin

Return of the Mac

A week with: MacBook Air 13" - fast, light and damn near perfect

Price: £949
Processor: Haswell Dual-Core i5 Processor
Graphics: Intel HD 5000
Memory: 4GB SDRAM
Flash storage:
128GB
Battery life: 12 hours

Will Jony Ive claim Steve Jobs' crown? The moment of truth for Brit behind iOS7

The look and feel of Apple's new hardware and software have not been to everyone's taste, but they show not only that the company can still innovate, but that Jony Ive might be the man to replace Jobs

iPhone 5S: What is a 64-bit processor and why is Apple so excited about it?

The new iPhone 5S comes with a souped-up processor but experts are sceptical about its utility for the average user

Review: Plants Vs Zombies 2

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Asus announce Nexus 7 UK launch date as August 28th

Google have announced the UK launch date for their latest tablet, the new Nexus 7, as August 28th.

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