Nokia Lumia 925 hands-on: A slimmer update with a beautiful new screen

You’ve seen the reports of Nokia’s new flagship phone. But how does it feel in the flesh? David Phelan goes hands-on…

Nokia Lumia 925

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Nokia unveiled a new flagship metallic Windows phone, featuring a hi-tech SmartCam which can takes 10 images at once, as it battles to wrestle market share back from Samsung and Apple.

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The Independent was the only UK press at Nokia’s New Delhi launch on Thursday. David Phelan goes hands-on

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Apple shares today rose less than 0.5% in Germany as European traders gave a lukewarm response to the iPhone maker’s latest results, focusing on its first fall in quarterly profits in a decade rather than the fact the decline was not as bad as expected.

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It's now safe to stream films in the bath (and to fill it with water) with the waterproof Sony Xperia Tablet Z

Mobile World Congress highlights: A mobile for your nan and movie-streaming in the bath

Ever had the urge to record a gig and your reaction to it simultaneously?  David Phelan reports from the mega mobile tradeshow in Barcelona on the new mobiles and tablets that will let you do that and more

You don't have to be Amish to love un-smart phones.

Would you buy a 'No internet. No video. No music' laptop?

...and wouldn't it be nice to have a phone that just does phone calls? Simon Usborne looks into a high-tech backlash

Nokia 105: Finnish company launches new £13 mobile phone with a battery that lasts 35 DAYS on a single charge

Nokia 105 aimed at the mobile market in the developing world, but is likely to be a success in the west too as a back-up for smart phones

Rankin and friends party at 'birthplace of British cinema' to celebrate Collabor8te

Last night the photographer Rankin introduced the first six films from Collabor8te, a new scheme set up to help aspiring filmmakers.

BlackBerry to launch new BB10 smartphone

BlackBerry's latest smartphones could see it become a force in mobile phones again after several years in decline, experts have said.

Samsung profits reach record but competition intensifies

Samsung today saw shares drop despite record profits of £4.2 billion as the South Korean giant warned of slowing demand and pressure on prices due to fierce competition in the smartphone and tablet market this year.

Nokia moves back in the black

Nokia, once the world's largest phone company, has returned to profitability after an 18-month spell in the red.

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Google rescues iPhone users from the outback with new Maps app

The launch of the downloadable app comes after two-and-a-half months of confusion for users

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