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The record-breaking connection was established between BT Tower (above) and an internet research campus in Suffolk

HTC One Max: Could 5.9-inch 'phablet' with fingerprint sensor rival Apple's new iPhone 5S?

Taiwanese phone-maker join Apple by offering fingerprint security to lock the handset

A rival to Samsung's Galaxy Round? Images of LG's curved G Flex smartphone are leaked

Flexible OLEDs are a minor trend for smartphone makers, but it's only speculation that they'll even be wanted by customers

Acer unveils new Chromebook that turns on in seven seconds

Taiwanese Electronics company Acer has unveiled a new Chromebook that turns on in seven seconds.

The help desk: My children are addicted to computers - should I restrict their time online?

Q. I have a son aged 12 and a daughter of 14. I'm devoted to both of them but I'm becoming extremely frustrated by their addiction to computers. My 14-year-old daughter in particular seems almost obsessed and this is a cause of quite a lot of conflict in our house. I restrict her time on the internet (including iPhones) to an hour a day (half-an-hour for my son), but they're resentful and always trying to get around it, and it's getting more and more difficult to police.

HTC One sweeps T3 awards despite company woes

Sony and Apple are also multiple winners - with Chris Anderson and Michael Acton Smith also taking home awards

Computer game gun sparks armed siege in Liverpool

A toy gun meant for computer game shoot-'em-ups has sparked an armed siege on a residential street.

Trade Minister’s £8.9m shares send-off from BT

New Trade Minister Lord Livingston has left his old employer, BT, with 2.6m shares worth £8.9m.

'Independent' journalist Jamie Lewis

iPhone 5S on sale today: Want to make a quick £500? Join the queue

Jamie Lewis uncovers the lucrative business of being at the front of the Apple store line

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Mourinho left 'scrambled', 'shell shocked' and with 'egg on his face' - today's best Chelsea related headlines...

Newspaper headlines make play on Jose Mourinho 'egg' comments after Chelsea lose to Basle

'Security threat' Huawei puts regaining US trust on hold

The controversial Chinese telecoms group Huawei has given up, for now at least, on persuading Washington that it can be trusted not to spy on American citizens.

Market Report: Telecoms industry rings in the changes

The telecoms sector was the talk of the town as deals flew in for Vodafone and Nokia this week, but traders still had time to pile into Scottish tiddler Pinnacle Technology.

Has Sony's 6.4-inch Xperia Z Ultra crossed a line in screen size?

<i>The Independent</i> was the first to see Sony’s new is-it-a-phone-is-it-a-tablet hybrid for review. <b>David Phelan</b> reports

Office noise: put up or shut up

In my office, bants come thick and fast, but when other departments blare out video clips, I can’t help thinking wistfully of a headphones-only zone.

'Ted Bull Stratos': Raspberry Pi controlled teddy bear Babbage beats Felix Baumgartner's skydiving record

High-altitude balloon and miniature computer used to launch a teddy bear 39,000 meters into the stratosphere.

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