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New Apple iPhone release rumoured for 10 September

Next handset expected to be cheaper, plastic model with built-in fingerprint sensor

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.

Google enters the music streaming arena with 'All Access'

Search giant hope to expand their iTunes-like media center with a music streaming service

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There are those who insist that it “takes two to tango” in child abuse situations

HTC's Desire 500: a mid-range handset with a quad-core, 1.2GHz processor

Phone also features a 4.3-inch screen and onboard storage expandle up to 64Gb with microSD

Moto X: Google's 'always on' phone that offers you Google Glass for cheap

The new handset is trained to recognise its owner's voice and answer queries, make calls and search the web

Work in progress: Ian Burrell tries out Google Glass

UK will preemptively ban the use of Google Glass when driving

The wearable tech connects to the internet and answers users' queries via voice commands

Dell ships Project Ophelia: a HDMI plug-in that streams computers from the cloud

The device is being released to beta testers and will be capable of running virtual computers via the cloud

What happens in 60 seconds on the internet?

2 million Google searches, 72 hours of video on YouTube and 278,000 tweets apparently

Vibease: 'World’s first wearable smart vibrator' syncs with your iPhone

The Vibease can be controlled remotely from a smartphone or sync with an audio 'fantasy'

Microsoft introduces Bing pop-up warning for child abuse search terms

The search engine will now warn users when they are in danger of accessing illegal material

Google poetics: predicting a new world of poetry

Google Instant is the sometimes illuminating, sometimes bizarre feature of the search engine that provides four predictive results as you type based on frequent searches by other users.

Google launches Chromecast - a £20 dongle to bring the internet to your TV

New device launched in the US will go into direct competition with Apple's AirPlay and Apple TV system.

Google's new Nexus 7 tablet: yours for £199.99

Three versions of the tablet have been launched (16GB and 32GB on wifi and a 32GB LTE model), though the tablet may not come to the UK till Christmas

BestBuy leaks pre-order prices of Google Nexus 7 tablet

Middle-child of the Nexus range will sell for approximately £150 for 16GB, £170 for 32GB

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