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Record pre-orders for new iPhones

15 September 2014 5.05pm.

Apple has announced that first-day pre-orders on the next generation of the iPhone have broken company records.

Microsoft buy Minecraft game studio

15 September 2014 5.05pm.

Microsoft has bought the development studio behind gaming phenomenon Minecraft for more than two billion US dollars (£1.2bn), both companies have confirmed.

Check app downloads, parents urged

12 September 2014 1.47am.

Parents are being encouraged to pay more attention to the apps their children download after new research found that nearly a third do not monitor the downloads their children make to their smartphones.

  • Robot Boris shows dishwasher skills

    11 September 2014 8.02pm.

    Like the other Boris, he is big, smart, ambitious and attracts a lot of attention.

  • Players power football pitch lights

    11 September 2014 6.46am.

    Billed as Brazil's first player-powered football pitch, a field in a Rio de Janeiro slum harnesses the kinetic energy of players' movements to provide night-time illumination.

  • Apple iPhone 6 and Watch revealed

    10 September 2014 2.02am.

    Apple has launched its first smartwatch as well as a new enlarged iPhone, called the iPhone 6 Plus.

  • Apple introduces new iPhone 6 Plus

    9 September 2014 8.02pm.

    Apple has introduced a new bigger iPhone for the first time, called the iPhone 6 Plus.

  • Google search case offer rejected

    9 September 2014 5.03pm.

    Google's offer to settle a case which claims it abuses its dominant position in internet searches has been rejected again by the European Union's antitrust body.

  • Will the iPhone 6 be accessorised with the iWatch?

    9 September 2014 10.57am.

    With the iPhone 6, and possibly the iWatch, to be unveiled later today, Jack McKeown takes a bite out of Apple.

  • Game fans trade sleep for Destiny

    9 September 2014 10.47am.

    Gaming fans sacrificed sleep so they could get their hands on one of the most anticipated titles of all time.

  • Apple set to unveil new iPhone

    9 September 2014 8.46am.

    Apple is set to unveil the latest generation of iPhone.

  • Don’t you know? There’s now such a thing as a gruffalo app

    6 September 2014 12.10pm.

    “Silly old fox, doesn’t he know? There’s no such thing as a gruffalo!”

  • Apple ups security amid photos leak

    5 September 2014 6.02pm.

    Apple is planning to add more security measures to help protect its users following a celebrity photo hacking incident.

  • Silk Road case Bitcoin men guilty

    5 September 2014 11.47am.

    Two men have pleaded guilty in a New York court to enabling the digital currency Bitcoin to be funnelled to the black market website Silk Road.

  • Pictures leak 'a major violation'

    3 September 2014 3.03pm.

    Hollywood actress Cameron Diaz - who stars in a new film about a home sex video which goes public - has called the leak of nude and explicit images of dozens of female celebrities "a major violation".

  • Jennifer Lawrence and Kelly Brook pictures likely stolen in “brute force” attack

    3 September 2014 11.06am.

    Hundreds of nude pictures of female celebrities including Jennifer Lawrence, Cat Deeley and Kelly Brook were leaked after being stolen from their private collections. As the FBI investigates the hacking allegations, Gayle Ritchie finds out more.

  • Queen 'not a fan of camera-phones'

    2 September 2014 12.02pm.

    Selfies may be all the rage but the narcissistic social media craze has reportedly not found favour at Buckingham Palace.

  • Photos 'not result of Apple breach'

    2 September 2014 4.46am.

    Hundreds of naked photos and explicit videos of Hollywood stars were not hacked by breaches in the security of Apple's computer systems, the firm said tonight.

  • Search engines may face pirate law

    1 September 2014 9.02pm.

    Culture Secretary Sajid Javid has warned internet search engine companies legislation could be introduced if they do not make "real progress" in clamping down on links to pirate websites.

  • Clerics 'should tolerate internet'

    1 September 2014 7.03pm.

    Iran's president has urged the country's clerics to be more tolerant of the internet and new technologies, which are often the target of criticism by influential hard-liners in the Islamic Republic.

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