Plus, don't miss out on the best of festive television - it's called 'Boxing Day' for a reason
Snapping up what seems to be a bargain might lead to you becoming an identity fraud victim.
Do you let your young offspring find their online feet with a tablet - or should they be learning creative and life skills away from screens? Here, a mother and father explain their different approaches
The phoenix is attempting to rise from the ashes, launching its first semi-contender to Apple’s throne this month
Partner snubbing or "phubbing" has been found to create conflict among partners
The suprise sale allows Google to drop a struggling part of their business and lets Lenovo leapfrog their way to third place in smartphone sales
While I was on holiday in Sydney last September, I got into a taxi with a dashboard festooned with five mobile devices, hanging off a variety of mounts, and all presumably providing critical information to the driver.
Samsung has announced plans to open 60 of its own branded stores in Britain and six other European countries, in a bid to challenge Apple's successful retail store approach.
Samsung has posted its first fall in quarterly profits for more than two years, fuelling fears that the booming smartphone market may be reaching saturation.
Sarah Morrison finds out what traditional charities think of letting the poor spend it on what they like
The abrupt end to the popular remote access service has annoyed users
Hive Active Heating combines a smartphone app with a connected thermostat to let customers control their heating on the go
It's not just children who need lessons in reflection. Adults need to switch off
Samsung Electronics took investors by surprise as it warned of much lower than expected profits after handing $1 billion in bonuses to staff to celebrate 20 years since its chairman set the target of becoming a global giant.
Owners of Google's Nexus smartphones came second, with Blackberry users performing the worst in a series of brain-teasers
Prisoners can continue to use smuggled phones because the Ministry of Justice says jamming equipment is “prohibitively expensive”.