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This Is The Best iPhone Concept Yet

Huffington Post UK | Posted 07.02.2014 | UK Tech

The iPhone 6 is still at least seven months away, but already there are rumours that Apple is preparing to launch a much bigger version of its relativ...

Apple and Wearable Technology: A Warning From History

Kester Brewin | Posted 01.04.2014 | UK Tech
Kester Brewin

Picture the scene - you are completing an application form for life insurance and a page comes up giving you the option to upload data from your always-on fitness monitor, outlining your exercise, work and sleep patterns for the past 6 months, with the incentive that reduced premiums may be available for those who do.

WATCH: Your iPhone Has A Secret Button You Didn't Know About

Huffington Post UK | Posted 19.03.2014 | UK Tech

The iPhone is one of the most popular and best-known gadgets in the world. It's pretty odd then that no one seems to know how to use it. Recentl...

Tractors, Trolls and What a 1950's Philosopher Says About Twitter

Kester Brewin | Posted 25.03.2014 | UK Tech
Kester Brewin

There is rarely anything new under the sun. It's useful to remember this when there is great furore over new technologies and the effects they are having on us and the world we live in - especially when the stories are as serious as a teenager taking her life because of the 'toxic digital world' she had become so enmeshed in.

What's a Sense of Direction Got to Do With It?

Sonja Lewis | Posted 25.03.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Sonja Lewis

So where is this sense when it comes to directions? It turns out that this sense, or lack thereof, seems to be latent in grid cells in my brain. Last summer, neuroscientist Joshua Jacobs, of Drexel University, along with his colleagues, tested fourteen people who had electrodes implanted in their brain for epilepsy therapy, and learned that humans have similar 'direction cells' as animals.

This Latest iPhone 6 Rumour Totally Contradicts The Other iPhone 6 Rumours

Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Tech

Contrary to recent reports, the iPhone 6 could come in just one screen size - 4.8-inches. That's according to Cowen and Company managing director T...

Latest iPhone 6 Rumours Include 'Big Screen Phone' And More

Huffington Post UK | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK Tech

Ah, the iPhone 6. We're in for a long old ride, my friend. You won't be out until next October, and yet we're already unable to resist gazing upon any...

WATCH: How To Hack Your iPhone With Cardboard And Glue

Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Tech

Because Apple aren't exactly the most open-minded company when it comes to letting you mess around with how your iPhone works, hacking one is pretty d...

iPhone 6 Rumour Round-Up: January 2014

Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Tech

Apple's iPhone 6 is on its way - we know that. We also know that before its (presumed) launch date in Autumn 2014 we'll have to endure months of rumou...

Revenge Of The Selfie: This Is What You Do When Your Phone Goes Missing (PICTURES)

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK

So you ring in the New Year by losing your phone – gutted. Shortly afterwards you notice via Apple’s iCloud, the “owner” of your new phone...

How to Make Sure Your Food Photo Isn't a Turkey Even If Your Dinner Is

Will Hodson | Posted 22.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Will Hodson

Two events stir a sense of culinary duty in the most traditional of men. One, of course, is the barbecue. The other is setting fire to Christmas pudding.

The Smartphone Revolution: Driving Democratisation of Photography

Olivier Laurent | Posted 19.02.2014 | UK Tech
Olivier Laurent

One of the worst things you can say to professional photographers is that, thanks to smartphones, we are all photographers today. They will argue that real photographic talent comes from experience and that amateurs will never replace professional when it comes to crafting meaningful visual stories. They are right, but they're also missing the point.

Christmas Day Travel Made Simple

Andy Robertson | Posted 16.02.2014 | UK Tech
Andy Robertson

We put a lot of effort into our festive celebrations. Food, drink, family, friends and presents all come together (hopefully) to make the big day a special occasion. But one thing I often leave until the last minute is planning how to get there.

President Obama 'Not Allowed' An iPhone

Huffington Post UK | Posted 04.02.2014 | UK Tech

He might have access to the world's most powerful military, the nuclear launch codes and a very big, impressive desk. But President Obama does not hav...

A Letter to Santa

Jack Ingles | Posted 02.02.2014 | UK Universities & Education
Jack Ingles

Dear Santa Claus, my name is Jack and I am 20 and ½ years old. I've been a really, really good boy this year. I've even been nice to my sister, even though she can be really annoying sometimes. There are just a few things I want this year so I hope you manage to get them all.

Life is Not a Video Game - Stop Keeping Score

Pat Higgins | Posted 02.02.2014 | UK Entertainment
Pat Higgins

I hereby forsake score-keeping of all kinds. Websites with tick lists, gadgets with play counters, social media with virtual scorecards to get you hooked just that little bit deeper. They can all take a jump; I'm reclaiming my life from score-keeping.

Why Did I Say 'Nope' to You on Tinder?

Pete Cashmore | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK Comedy
Pete Cashmore

One: You were wearing a pair of amusing spectacles. Two: You were with lots of friends and I didn't want to risk you being the plain, slightly doughy one. Three: I did it by accident, I meant to like you but I forgot which way to swipe...

Best Smartphones On The Market For Christmas

The Huffington Post UK | Sarah Bostock | Posted 22.11.2013 | UK Lifestyle

A request for a mobile phone for Christmas can be terrifying. Every year, these machines become slimmer, more adept at anticipating your every need, a...

Is It Possible to Shop Local on the iStreet?

Shingo Murakami | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Tech
Shingo Murakami

It is vital we acknowledge the fact that in so many ways the digital revolution has levelled the retail playing field and improved consumer choice. Shop keepers are no longer held back by store space or location, jostling for retail position against homogenous high street heavyweights.

You Are Your Smartphone

Andy Kahl | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Tech
Andy Kahl

To an advertiser you are many things: you are where you are, what you read, the tools you use, the games you play, and the people you contact. This means that the data inside your smartphone is a gold mine to advertisers, and many companies have begun mining that data through tracking on mobile websites and in mobile applications.

What Kind of Week Has It Been? 15 November 2013

Paddy Duffy | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Politics
Paddy Duffy

What type of world would we live in if it didn't involve fake deaths, three billion dollar offers, crack smoking mayors and even Chinese reform? Reality? Surely not? In what can only be described as a 'turbulent' week, we have seen stories surface from seemingly poor political and financial decisions to the downright bizarre.

Guess What? The More We Use Our Phones, the Worse We Are at Communicating

Pandora Sykes | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Tech
Pandora Sykes

It's the modern epidemic that's worsening by the day: the omnipresence of the smartphone. On the loo (my favourite spot to tweet from), on the bus, in bed, in the middle of meetings, at dinner, during s--- yep, seriously, some people do it.

Are Apple Developing Curved Screens?

Huffington Post UK | Posted 11.11.2013 | UK Tech

The recent release of the new iPhone range clearly hasn't been enough to assuage the Apple rumour mill - will we ever be satisfied. To be fair thou...

The iPhone 6 Screen Could Be Very Special Indeed

Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Tech

Apple's decision to open a new factory in Arizona in partnership with mineral crystal firm GT Advanced Technologies is fuelling speculation the iPhone...

iAnxiety; Apple, Misery, and the New Class Divide

Shaun Varga | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Tech
Shaun Varga

Therapy. You need to climb aboard that bandwagon, because all the indicators show that there has never been a greater demand for therapy. Did you know there is a worldwide increase in anxiety?