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When the new 'cheaper' iPhone comes out you're going to want one, right? Maybe not. These unconfirmed 'leaked' pictures of
Calder sees us and represents us struggling with gravity - the gravity of the body, of the world around us. We are all trying to fit into our days all the components that define us or often that we want to be defined by.
Slightly taking the sheen of the upcoming UK 4G roll-out is the news that Samsung have successfully developed the world's
If early forecasts are anything to go by the nation looks set to go tablet mad this Christmas. No, we're not talking pharmaceuticals here but tablet computers. Those sleek, shiny devices that look like an overgrown mobile phone or a haunted picture frame are taking the leap from geek must have to mainstream gadget.
More than two in five drivers are illegally using hands-held mobiles while at the wheel, with some even taking pictures of
Six out of 10 office workers get 'withdrawal symptoms' if they are deprived of mobile phone signal for more than an hour
Texting late at night is worse for children than watching television as it disrupts children's sleep and memory cycle and
One in five BlackBerry phone users are considering switching to another supplier because of the service problems which hit