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This, Microsoft, is how to make a tablet. Nokia’s first entry into the tablet market is a triumph of design and beauty, making Microsoft’s own Surface look clumsy and heavy. It’s a Windows machine, and it makes the new 8.1 software, closely related to Windows Phone with which Nokia has had so much success, look great.
The pop star shocked the audience with her Japanese-themed performance
Sleek, compact and strong on sound, we select the coolest kit for listening to your music while on the move
Microsoft's mobile OS continues to gain momentum, both in European markets and Latin America
A week with... Nokia Lumia 625
Sony are hoping their new flagship smartphone will be the best Android device out there, David Phelan gets a hands-on with the handset to find out if it's got a chance.
US software giant buys Finnish group's mobile business as it attempts to catch up with Apple and Samsung
Company's founder would never have dreamed it would one day become a global brand
New feature could help the app succeed in countries where typing on smartphone keyboards is difficult
Creepy statistic of the week:
The survey also claims that almost seven million people in the UK have admitted to taking an intimate picture of themselves
Latest addition to the Lumia range aims to provide a winning multimedia experience though may be hamstrung by a slow processor
ZTE Open offers a basic smartphone experience that makers hope will challenge Android & Apple
Photos, films, music, apps and browsing - the latest mobiles can do it all
On Tuesday, before a roomful of panting games journalists and sore-thumbed enthusiasts, Microsoft unveiled its latest games console. The curtain was pulled, and the Xbox One was revealed. As gamers ruminated on the implications of the ’box (not hardcore enough? Better than the forthcoming PlayStation 4?), some of us were left confused.
You’ve seen the reports of Nokia’s new flagship phone. But how does it feel in the flesh? David Phelan goes hands-on…