The iPhone 5s and 5c were found to be less resistant to drops and spills than previous generations according to warranty provider SquareTrade
Apple have released two new versions of the iPhone: the high-end 5S and the cheaper 5C. But why should you choose one over the other?
What can we really expect from this afternoon's iPhone launch?
The new handset is trained to recognise its owner's voice and answer queries, make calls and search the web
Photos, films, music, apps and browsing - the latest mobiles can do it all
The new device will 'anticipate' the needs of the user, reacting differently when it is taken out of someone’s pocket as to when it is at rest
The days of over-sized walkie-talkies are over. Now new parents can have peace of mind in hi-tech style.
Last month, Google co-founder Sergey Brin was photographed on the New York subway, sporting what appeared to be a pair of extremely expensive shades.
The embattled International Cycling Union were today meeting in an effort to draw a line under the Lance Armstrong affair and amid calls for a change of the organisation's leadership.
News of slump in profits shocks Wall Street after update is sent by mistake
A US judge on Tuesday backed Apple Inc's request to stop Samsung Electronics selling its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in the United States, giving the iPhone maker a significant win in the global smartphone and tablet patent wars.
It has helped a group of teenage actors become some of the hottest young stars in Hollywood, made a multi-millionaire of its author, and turned a small town near Seattle into one of America's hottest tourist destinations. Now the Twilight franchise is striking a blow for the fortunes of a cash-strapped New York hand model.
Now you can keep up appearances even on the mountain, courtesy of Beauty & The Piste, a massage and beauty therapy company based in Switzerland that will pamper you in the comfort of your hotel or chalet. Go to beautyandthepiste.com.
Going skiing? Check out the latest clothing and gadgets that can help you get ahead on the slopes
It's a white-collar worker's nightmare: giving a presentation that gets you fired.
The comedian Lee Hurst told a court yesterday that he smashed the mobile phone of an audience member who he thought was filming his show because he wanted to prevent his jokes being stolen.