Best Buy will start closing down its UK stores on Sunday after throwing in the towel in its battle to shake up the UK electronics market.
Life turned upside down for John Pink when the 40-foot catamaran he was racing went head over heels at the Extreme Sailing Series off Cowes yesterday.
A new charging regime for using mobile phones abroad promises price cuts for customers
Someone has been cleaning up Wikipedia entries for the rich and powerful
Be in with a chance of winning a pair of tickets to the designer's show at LFW, plus one of his limited-edition pouches and a BlackBerry Curve 8520 smartphone
The unstoppable force which is the Oman sailing team in the iShares Cup was again winning applause from the crowds thronging the shoreline today.
The Scottish call it dreich, others murky, damp and dismal, and the Solent was at its megadreich for the opening day of Cowes Week.
A £100m black hole in the 2012 Olympics accounts of the London Development Agency (LDA) is to be investigated by independent auditors, it was revealed last night.
On 17 November 2006, Kristofer Ström posted his hand-drawn stop-motion video for Minilogue on YouTube. That was nearly three million hits ago. Many of those viewings were by bored advertising creatives trawling for ideas. More than a few found themselves charmed by its innocence, simplicity and invention, and resolved to harness these qualities to the Great Engine of Commercial Desire. I was one of them. But for one reason or another Ström’s handiwork remained virgin and intact. Until now
After years of wrangling, the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) – the body that represents the UK's major record labels – has got agreement from the biggest Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to go after people whose taste for downloading free music is arguably the biggest threat the music industry has ever faced. Yesterday it was announced that the government had brokered a deal between the two sides that agrees measures to be taken to try to control the problem.
The high profile launch of Apple's new iPhone was hit by problems today when computer problems prevented customers buying the gadget.
Shoppers will flock to 1,250 stores across Britain today in search of the new 3G iPhone, Apple's combined music player, phone and internet browser. Many will be disappointed.