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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

Vodafone Sure Signal: a tiny mast that packs a lot of power - but don't worry - it won't fry your brain

David Phelan reviews the Vodafone Sure Signal

Jessica Ennis in action at the Olympic Stadium

Mo Farah and Jessica Ennis to return to Olympic Stadium as it hosts the British Athletics London Grand Prix

Mo Farah and Jessica Ennis will be back in the Olympic Stadium, on the anniversary of the Olympics Opening Ceremony, which is to host a Diamond League Athletics Grand Prix.

How to catch illegal logging in the Amazon? Make the trunk call

Mobile phones fitted to trees in an attempt to tackle illegal logging and deforestation

Mobiles drive sales rise at Shop Direct

The shift to online shopping continues apace, the latest figures from Shop Direct confirm.

Denon headphones

Best beats: Your guide to finding the right headphones

You can't beat Beats. Or can you?

Nokia’s flagship phone is a big but handsome beast that’s stuffed to bursting with features

Nokia Lumia 920 Review: It's big, it's beautiful and probably the most advanced smartphone on the market

David Phelan reviews the best of the recent crop of mobile phones

Make a splash: the waterproof Sony DSC-TX20 camera

The ultimate packing list for tech-loving travellers

What technology should you pack when you travel? First, you need something to put everything in. A case such as the Rimowa Salsa Air (from £353; rimowa.com) is ideal. It's stylish and super-lightweight, with a built-in TSA lock that allows US Customs to open your bag and inspect it without busting it. The case is capacious (35 litres for the cabin size), strong and has quiet, butter-smooth wheels.

The late Carmen Basilio (left) fights Sugar Ray Robinson in 1957

Kevin Garside: Cleverly misses the limelight that shone brightly on Basilio

The Way I See It: Boxing was lost to the general sports observer when it left free-to-air screens

Full contracts lift O2

O2, the UK mobile arm of Spain's Telefonica, has added almost six times as many customers on full contracts during the first nine months of this year as it did in the whole of 2011.

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Facebook falls after 220m shares freed up for trading

Facebook declined the most in more than five weeks on concern that employees will start selling their shares now that prohibitions on insider sales have ended.

You may as well forget 4G until reception on the trains is up to speed

Why switch to 4G now? Despite the hype, it won’t initially be able to deliver much

Jobs’s iYacht: More than 250ft long, Sends giant ripples through the ocean (if not the universe), available in white and silver (but, unlike the iPhone 5, not black)

His final launch: First glimpse of Steve Jobs' iYacht

Sleek, elegant lines; a classy  metallic finish; a prohibitive price... it must be an Apple product!

The 10 Best wireless speakers

These speakers – whether mini or massive - combine great sound quality and a pleasing lack of wires to tangle with...

Telecoms deal is Japan's biggest buy overseas

The Japanese mobile phone operator Softbank agreed what is the biggest-ever overseas acquisition by a Japanese firm yesterday with a $20bn (£12.44bn) deal to buy a majority stake in Sprint Nextel.

At last: Frankie Dettori (in blue) drives Willing Foe to win the Ebor Handicap for the first time after 25 years of trying

Guarantee surges into Leger form

The son of Authorized sweeps to victory in Melrose Stakes and lines up a challenge to Camelot

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