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One in 10 schoolchildren get a mobile phone by the age of five, new study reveals, although most children have to wait until they are 11
If the hero of John Osborne's Look Back In Anger, Jimmy Porter, had ever performed stand-up, he'd look and sound a bit like Liam Williams. Similarly deracinated and disillusioned, Williams sets out to extricate himself from the restrictions of a lower middle class upbringing and thereby express his dissatisfaction with the world as a whole.
Renew CEO Kaveh Memari describes the project as "a pilot with extremely limited, encrypted, anonymous/aggregated data"
'Perfect kit for all anti-social zombie hunters'
Festival goers at Glastonbury will be given help keeping in touch - thanks to an unlikely piece of farm equipment.
This is not a premium smartphone but it is certainly a good-looking, capable and highly affordable alternative, says David Phelan
I once sat in the garden of one of our most idyllic Herefordshire B&Bs, drinking tea and listening to my hostess waxing lyrical about the tranquillity of this quietest of areas: the Welsh Marches. Then we ducked as two fighter jets screamed overhead, preparing for the invasion of Iraq. It was more surprising than it was alarming, but it did remind me that total peace is elusive in these isles. "Noise" takes many forms other than the scream of fighter jets.
The new series of Doctor Who will feature one of the scariest monsters viewers have seen, according to the show’s star Matt Smith.
Actor Matt Smith has said Doctor Who fans can look forward to it being the "biggest, best, most inventive and most exciting year for the show" as it celebrates its 50th anniversary.
The ailing Polaroid brand looks set to earn a second wind, thanks to the very force that nearly killed it off in the first place: the Internet.
A smart-TV device you'd have to be an android to love
Irritated by your neighbours taste in music? Think that buddleia bush might be straying into your garden? In the pre-wi-fi age, your only recourse was to have it out face-to-face, or perhaps send a strongly worded letter to the council.
These speakers – whether mini or massive - combine great sound quality and a pleasing lack of wires to tangle with...
Call it back to the future: an Israeli attraction meant to immerse tourists in a biblical experience has outfitted its donkeys with wireless routers.