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A prototype of the 'cinime' experiment using Ben and Jerry's ice cream as a sponsor, enabled audience members to win free tubs of ice cream
Owners of Google's Nexus smartphones came second, with Blackberry users performing the worst in a series of brain-teasers
The teenager was shot dead after a bullet fired by his accomplice at a man they were mugging bounced off the victim’s face
David Phelan assesses whether anyone really needs a dedicated satnav now
Major overhaul aims to make telephone call charges and dialling codes clearer
National Audit Office report reveals new prisons in England and Wales are also being built with in-cell facilities such as screened showers and toilets
'Staggering' revelations show a database of 'hundreds of millions of devices' worldwide although only 'a tiny fraction of 1 per cent' of data is used
The mobile network will be the only carrier to offer the upgrade to the new high-speed mobile network for no extra charge
Deal is expected to complete by early January
An E-Ink display on the back of the smartphone will save battery and provide a convenient place for notifications, say the phone's makers
In our pockets and bags we have smartphones with sufficient processing power to edit HD video and magically beam the results to a nearby television, but you still see people such as me wandering out of pubs, clamping said phone to our ear and shouting things like "Where are you? What do you mean, where am I? Nah, if you've gone past NatWest you've gone too far, you need to walk back and turn right at Londis."
The problem is hampering schools’ attempts to improve standards, says Sir Michael Wilshaw
An Ofcom consultation suggests fees paid by mobile phone networks could quadruple
Innovation war in high-end smartphones continues with both LG and Samsung showing interest in curved or flexible displays
More time spent living on the web has been matched by an increased spend from companies on online ads
The number of children with mobile phones has fallen for the first time in eight years - because many prefer to own iPads and other sophisticated tablet devices.