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

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Is the Hakkasan group's latest proposition worth the City-slicker prices?

Drunk burglar who led police from scene of crime to his own doorstep with trail of footprints in snow is spared jail

Police spent an hour and a half following mile long trail from victim's home

'Game-changer' app helps Lloyd's to bin the paperwork

A digital revolution has taken place at Lloyd's of London as the 325-year-old insurance market moved closer to a life without paper.

Arm surges on appetite for chips

Arm Holdings, the British tech success story whose chips power Apple's iPhones and iPads, beat City expectations with £276.5m annual pre-tax profits.

'The hills are alive with the sound of Odemwingie.' My Transfer Deadline Day behind the scenes at Sky Sports News

Tom Peck goes behind the scenes on deadline day to see how Sky bombards us with reporters in car parks, electric windows and 'breaking news yellow'

Apple launches 128GB iPad

Apple launched a new version of its iPad tablet today with double the memory space of its current largest model.

The most expensive Mini is £30 more expensive than the cheapest new full-size iPad

Three months with the iPad Mini: A long-term test on the biggest small tablet around

One of the best reviews of the original iPad was written after six months of using it, to explain how much it had changed their computing habits. So the question after using the iPad Mini for an extended period is: is it worth buying over the iPad, or even swapping for it?

Man who filmed himself raping a woman at knifepoint on his iPad is jailed

A man who filmed himself raping a woman at knifepoint on his tablet computer was today jailed for six years.

The Surface: Microsoft is hoping to own the ‘tablets for typists’ market

Paris Apple store robbed during New Year revelry

Masked and armed thieves used New Year's Eve celebrations in Paris to rob the city's flagship Apple store.

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A curious case of good taste

Whether a new phone or tablet tops your wish list this Christmas, a stylish case will keep it safe, says Gemma Hayward

Ipads and other gadgets boost sales at John Lewis in Christmas run up

Ipads and other electronics have helped department store chain John Lewis start its run up to Christmas with festive cheer.

Googling yourself and running the country? There’s an app for that

Forget Angry Birds – PM tests ‘Dashboard’ iPad gadget designed to keep him on top of the job

The 10 Best tablets

The new iPad Mini is now on the shelves but the competition in the tablet market is fiercer than ever, as these devices prove.

WhatsApp Messenger tops iPhone app chart again

The hugely popular free instant messaging system WhatsApp Messenger is at number one again in the paid for iPhone app chart this week.

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