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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

<p>1. Dial combination cable security laptop lock</p>
<p>£22.91, pclocks.co.uk</p>
<p>This is especially useful if you don't have access to a room safe. It has a combination lock that sticks into your laptop's USB port.</p>

The 10 Best back-up kit

Keep your tech safe while you're on the road

Lift for CSR as Samsung picks up handsets arm

The wireless technology provider CSR's shares soared 34 per cent yesterday after Samsung bought its troubled handsets business for £200m and spent another £22m on a 5 per cent stake in the British firm.

Memorial to Bomber Command unveiled in Green Park

A memorial to the RAF's bomber command was unveiled by the Queen today, attended by veterans from Britain and the Commonwealth, dedicated to the thousands of airmen who lost their lives in the Second World War.

Singer Chris Martin and the rest of the group are cashing in on the wristbands

The Coldplay gigs that are impossible to forget (for all the wrong reasons...)

Fans claim glowing wristbands given out at concerts are keeping them awake at night

Coldplay handed 2 million wristbands handed out on their Mylo Xyloto tour

Wristbands give Coldplay fans a late flash-back

Coldplay fans have been spooked after the coloured wristbands which turn stadiums into a spectacle of lights during the band's shows suddenly began flashing of their own accord, days after the event.

Mail blames slump for papers dip

The Daily Mail and General Trust blamed the tough UK economy for falling profits at its newspaper division yesterday, but said the number of mobile users viewing its MailOnline site is booming.

The $1bn city where human beings are not welcome

A scientific ghost town in New Mexico's oil and gas country will hum with the latest next-generation technology – but no people.

The Girl Who Feel From the Sky, By Simon Mawer

History repeats itself as a gripping thriller

Sky Multiroom allows you to put another Sky box in another room, but charges £10.25 a month for the privilege

How do I: Set up my pay TV in another room?

With most homes in the UK already set up with digital television, it's unlikely that the end of analogue has affected your main telly in the front room. But, for many, it's the old set in the bedroom or the den that's been rendered useless. Especially if it's one not connected to the house's main aerial and has been relying on a plug-in analogue aerial booster.

Christian O'Connell vamps impressively in <i>Man on Wireless</i>

Man on Wireless, Absolute Radio, Monday
Just a Minute - in India, Radio 4, Monday

No script, no music, no safety net ... just throw Christian to the lions

The 10 best wireless headphones

1. Turtle Beach Ear Force PX5

Laird offloading an antennas arm

The fast-changing world of smartphones has prompted technology company Laird to sell part of its traditional mobile handset antennas business for £20m.

Time to pull the plug?

Wireless power is beginning to surge its way into homes, businesses and garages. Kevin Bullis visits a company taking the lead in the field

Dawn of the age of wireless medicine

New technology means doctors will soon be able to regulate and monitor drug intake remotely – as long as patients remember to swallow their chips

Investment: Looking to the bottom line pays off for builder in a difficult market

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