New iPhones ring tills for Apple

21 October 2014 1.45am.

The record-breaking launch of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus means that technology giant Apple has reported net profit of 8.5 billion dollars (£5.3bn) for the final quarter of 2014.

  • Twitter adds Tweets to timelines

    17 October 2014 4.02pm.

    Social network Twitter has confirmed the roll out of a new "experiment" that will see content from people you don't follow appear on your timeline for the first time.

  • Happiness 'increases with age'

    17 October 2014 1.02am.

    Britons get happier rather than grumpier with age, according to a new survey which reveals we find our greatest contentment at 58.

  • Messages from beyond the grave...

    16 October 2014 5.02pm.

    A family were shocked to receive text messages from their dead grandmother who had been buried with her mobile phone three years earlier.

  • Apple launches iPad Air 2

    16 October 2014 2.02am.

    Apple has introduced the iPad Air 2 at a live event in California.

  • Google launches phone and tablet

    15 October 2014 8.01pm.

    Search engine and technology giant Google has announced a new smartphone and tablet, as well as the company's first TV streaming device.

  • Phone films disconcerting - Andrew

    15 October 2014 3.02pm.

    The Duke of York has revealed that he does not mind selfies but finds people filming him on smartphones and tablets "disconcerting".

  • Man 'addicted to Google Glass'

    15 October 2014 11.46am.

    An American man has been admitted into the US Navy's substance abuse programme after showing signs of addiction to Google Glass.

  • Simple passwords risk online safety

    15 October 2014 9.01am.

    Three quarters of Britons are risking their safety online by using simple passwords that are not secure, a Government survey has revealed.

  • 'Sexting is normal for children'

    15 October 2014 1.03am.

    Children now see "sexting" as part of normal life with girls more likely to provide sexually explicit pictures of themselves through social media Smartphone apps, according to an anti-bullying report.

  • Dropbox says it has not been hacked

    14 October 2014 3.02pm.

    Cloud storage site Dropbox has moved to deny claims it has been hacked after an anonymous account posted what it claims is the username and passwords of hundreds of the site's users.

  • Inside story on The Snappening leak

    13 October 2014 5.02pm.

    A hack similar to last month's celebrity photo scandal has seen more than 90,000 explicit photos sent using Snapchat posted online. But how did the images get stolen, and should Snapchat users be worried?

  • Christmas shopping by smartphone

    12 October 2014 10.46pm.

    Using a smartphone to do Christmas shopping is more popular than ever, after research revealed that nearly nine out of 10 shoppers use a mobile device when Christmas shopping.

  • Britons in rush to erase web links

    12 October 2014 6.46am.

    Britons have asked Google to remove more than 60,000 web links from its results under the "right to be forgotten", the search engine has revealed.

  • Explicit images 'leaked online'

    11 October 2014 12.46am.

    Explicit images taken with the photo sharing app SnapChat have reportedly been intercepted via a third party app and leaked online.

  • 1,000 a day ask Google to scrub web

    10 October 2014 7.03pm.

    Google is being swamped with requests from Europeans trying to erase unflattering links to their past from the world's dominant internet search engine.

  • Cyber crime a challenge: Met chief

    9 October 2014 4.02pm.

    Police have still not "got to grips" with online fraud despite a huge rise in the crime, the UK's most senior officer has admitted.

  • 34% of children 'have own tablet'

    9 October 2014 4.02pm.

    A third of all UK children now has their own tablet computer - almost double the number of last year, a study has found.

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