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The technology may not be available yet in the UK, but Google are keen to normalise Glass - launching a new range of stylish, all-titanium frames

Google's new Nexus 7 tablet: yours for £199.99

Three versions of the tablet have been launched (16GB and 32GB on wifi and a 32GB LTE model), though the tablet may not come to the UK till Christmas

Wikipedia announces open initiatives: 'We're a startup in stealth mode'

Wikipedia wants you: 'We're a startup in stealth mode', says Jimmy Wales as he plans to open data to all

Changes include a simplified user interface and a better-publicised API to attract developers

The PX51 Turtle Beach Earforce gaming headset

A week with: The PX51 Turtle Beach Earforce gaming headset

'Perfect kit for all anti-social zombie hunters'

Jay-Z owns Wireless festival

Live review: Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake close Wireless Festival at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London

"H to the izz-O, V to the izz-A/ For shizzle my nizzle used to dribble down to VA,” Jay-Z maintains on his rousing anthem “Izzo (HOVA)”. The nizzle does feel shizzled at this sizzling, three-day urban festival.

The 10 Best home phones

These days telephones are something of a fashion statement, and here's our list of the most stylish ways to stay in touch

EE announces double speed networks of up to 150Mbps

New standards will be rolled out to customers from July 4th

The Vodafone Smart 3

Hands on review: Vodafone Smart 3

This is not a premium smartphone but it is certainly a good-looking, capable and highly affordable alternative, says David Phelan

Motorists face higher fines - and increased costs

Careless drivers are set to face on-the-spot fines from next month. The Department for Transport announced that police will be given powers from July to issue fixed-penalty notices.

Vodafone in £900m 4G spending boost

Vodafone is increasing its network spending by 50% to more than £900 million this year as it prepares for the launch of super-fast mobile internet.

Vodafone in £900m 4G spending boost

Vodafone is increasing its network spending by 50 per cent to more than £900 million this year as it prepares for the launch of super-fast mobile internet.

The 10 Best outdoor audio gear

Whether at a festival, barbecue or simply venturing out into your drizzle-soaked garden, a summer soundtrack is key...

iPlayer to extend radio downloads to seven days

BBC expands iPlayer radio downloads to seven days

Fans of BBC radio will be able to download programmes for seven days after broadcast in changes being made to the iPlayer announced today.

It's usually the sort of thing you’d expect to see at Glastonbury or Notting Hill Carnival, but is musical cycling likely to break through to the two-wheeled mainstream?

Speakers on wheels: What’s that noise? It’s the sound of cyclists

If you spend a lot of time on your bike, you might have already spotted the latest audio-cycling craze: cyclists jerry-rig a speaker system to their handlebars and take their tunes with them.

Impressive range: the Linksys x3500 router

A Week With: The Linksys x3500 router

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Facebook profits from mobile ads as revenues increase by 38 per cent

Facebook's revenues soared by 38 per cent over the first quarter, the social network said yesterday, as it earned more from mobile ads and grew its user base to over 1.1 billion active users every month, up 23 per cent in year on year terms.

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