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Temple Run 2, Snapchat, BBC iPlayer and WhatsApp messenger among the most popular apps in the UK

CES 2014: LG to relaunch defunct smartphone OS on '70 per cent' of smart TVs

New software will focus on three main areas: better multitasking, access to apps and quicker set-up for first-time smart TV users

Apple buys camera app that beat the iPhone at its own game

SnappyCam offered a burst-mode feature for iPhone cameras that took more high resolution photos per second than Apple's own

iPhone owners are smartest claims online test

Owners of Google's Nexus smartphones came second, with Blackberry users performing the worst in a series of brain-teasers

Rhodri Marsden: Smartphone users moan about battery life but don't choose mobiles with the longest

My current phone has been my trusty companion, faithful friend and indispensable conduit to the outside world for 23 months now. In four weeks, I'll be urgently embarking on the biennial horror of the upgrade process – not because I'm desperate to experience the thrill of developments such as fingerprint readers, virtual surround sound or support for communicating in Swahili, but because my relationship with my phone's battery has reached breaking point. We're barely speaking. It's not putting in anywhere near the effort that it used to, and despite regular admonishment, it refuses to mend its ways. Only today, I cursed its uselessness as it counted down from 100 per cent to 0 per cent at record-breaking speed, and I vowed to consign it to an unecological landfill grave as soon as possible.

Glitter nail polish: The answer to your data security needs, say researchers

Glitter nail polish: The new way to protect your data

Glitter nail polish is the perfect way to ensuring your laptop hasn't been tampered with as its random pattern is extremely hard to replicate, experts say

The TomTom Go 6000

TomTom Go 6000 satnav review: Your smartphone might have GPS, but this device won't rack up roaming charges

David Phelan assesses whether anyone really needs a dedicated satnav now

2013 - the year in review: There's a constantly moving feast of new technology - but who's listening in?

As gadgetry continues to evolve at breakneck speed, it’s harder than ever for people – and society – to keep up

Apple has ‘big plans’ to take significant bite of the Chinese market

Apple has “big plans” for the new year, the company’s chief executive said yesterday, fanning speculation about new products as the tech giant unveiled a major push to grow its business in the lucrative Chinese market.

Best smartphones of 2013: the iPhone 5s, Motorola Moto G, and more than one Nokia

Our roundup of the best tech of 2013 continues with the best smartphones...

Nokia Asha 503 review: a gem of smartphone with a battery that lasts weeks

David Phelan takes Nokia’s latest affordable phone for a spin

Ring of power: the Smarty Ring lets you control your smartphone from your finger

Fundraising campaign on Indiegogo garnered over $300,000

Phones slowdown hits British chipmaker

Imagination Technologies, the FTSE 250 business which designs graphic processor chips in Apple's iPhone, yesterday saw its shares crash 16 per cent to a three-year low, amid slowing smartphone growth and a slide in profits.

Imagination Technologies tanks on smartphone slowdown

Shares drop to a three-year low amid slowing smartphone growth and a slide in profits

Tempting? Smartphones offer students all sorts of distractions - and this can lead to even more anxiety.

New study links smartphone use in students with increased anxiety and bad grades

Smartphones may not cause unhappiness amongst younger users, but the feeling of social obligation and constant distraction don't help

Cleared for take-off: Europe allows use of e-readers on planes from gate to gate

Personal electronic devices in 'flight mode' will be allowed in all phases of journey - but mobile phone communication with ground stations remains banned

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