New iPhone 5S reviewed

iPhone 5S

Lance Ulanoff Landmark new features make the iPhone 5S feel less like an upgrade and more like a reboot.

No strings

Apple wants to run your wallet

iphone 5

Asher Moses The new iPhone will be the start of a radical push by Apple to run your digital wallet.


Apple eyes the trillion dollar threshold


Nick Bilton If Apple continues on its current trajectory, something remarkable might happen on April 9, 2015, at around 11am.


Which new smartphone reigns?


Adam Turner The smartphone war is hotting up as the big names put forward new champions in a superphone battle royale.

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Smart phones

iPhone hot but Android handsets 'on fire'


Glenn Chapman iPhone fever made Apple the hottest smartphone maker at the end of 2011 but handsets with Google's Android software are becoming the true winners.

Handsets of desire

Blinged-up blowers


Sylvia Pennington Got a spare zero or two in the bank account and want to treat yourself to a little high-tech bling this holiday season?

Exec tech

Platform politics rife at the office


Sylvia Pennington Stuffy suit, outspoken opinion leader, tedious try-hard... the way you interact with technology may be telling your colleagues more than you realise about the sort of person you are.

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iPad rival

HTC's debuts first tablet and new smartphones

An employee demonstrates the new HTC

Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC unveiled overnight two social networking phone models, with a focus on Facebook access, and introduced its first tablet computer to a crowded marketplace.

iPad 3

What's next in store for Apple?

Mark Jones Is Apple losing its shine? Has the gloss rubbed off? I could go on, but you get it.

Hand held

Is it bye, bye BlackBerry?

The Porsche designed Blackberry

Alexandra Smith In cities around the world, a sharp-suited executive would not have been seen without a BlackBerry in hand.

Review: Palm Treo Pro


Adam Turner Palm proves it's still in the smartphone game with the new Treo Pro.

Unlimited downloads for cheap


Asher Moses Vodaphone are launching the first unlimited music download for less than a coffee a week.

The next big thing


Nick Galvin Five internet gurus spell out what's happening at technology's cutting edge.

Personal best


Simon Sharwood Can technology really help you get fitter?

Pocket gallery


In the hands of artists, the mobile phone's 15 minutes has arrived, writes Elissa Baxter.