News An email exchange in April 2011 between Rebekah Brooks and her husband, Charles Brooks, referred to her losing an iPad

One phone on the list may have been a duplicate, another may have belonged to someone else and one iPad may have been lost

Apple rumoured to introduce two new iPads October 22nd

New tablets will likely include updated processors and slimmer designs

David Cameron isn't best pleased with Miley Cyrus

David Cameron weighs in on Miley Cyrus VMA twerking controversy

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

Norman Hicks, left, and Jess Green, aged 15, the first two customers at the front of the queue, pose for photographers with boxed iPhone 5s handsets as they leave the Apple Store in Covent Garden, London

Apple announces record-breaking weekend sales: 9m iPhones 5s and 5c sold since launch

Sales breakdowns of the 5s vs the 5c have not been released, but the 5s is expected to have comfortably outsold the plastic-backed 5c

Syria crisis: Rebels harness technology to conflict

In recent weeks, attention in Syria has been on the use of chemical weapons but on Sunday, Mohammed Abdellah, a Reuters photographer, captured the rebel fighters using an iPad to launch attacks.

Apple iPhone 5S launch: Will a budget version be launched?

Technology giant has spurred rumours of drive towards surging markets with presentation in China just nine hours after hotly-anticipated California event

Review: Plants Vs Zombies 2

David Phelan explores the world of zombies, explosive potatoes and in-app purchases

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.

Apple to replace counterfeit chargers due to 'safety issues'

Chargers can be swapped for official Apple hardwares for $10 or local currency equivalent

Lost Voice Guy, comedian Lee Ridley

Edinburgh 2013: Lost Voice Guy- comedian Lee Ridley on living with cerebral palsy

Ridley cannot speak, but delivers his stand-up show thanks to an iPad app

New boss at Apple supplier ARM hails soaring chip sales

The company behind the microchips in Apple’s iPhones and iPads today hailed a “strong start” to the year, with more than two billion devices using their chips shipped in the past three months alone.

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

Industry observers expect today's report to show a dip in profits of up to about 20 per cent, compared with the same period last year

Apple profits soar to £23bn on back of iPhone sales

Apple said it had shipped 31.2 million iPhones over the quarter

A salesperson unpacks an Apple iPad Mini to test it for a customer in the Apple specialty section of a Croma retail store in Mumbai February 22, 2013. . REUTERS/Vivek Prakash

Apple reportedly testing 13-inch iPad and larger iPhone

New models could diversify the company's product range as a response to the success of rivals Samsung

Future bleak for print magazines at publisher

The closure or sale of some print magazines could be on the agenda for the games and technology magazines publisher Future after it warned it would miss profits targets.

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