Humans of New York is an art project that began in 2010 when photographer Brandon Stanton started talking to ordinary people on the streets of New Yor(...)

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Overcast’s upgrade options include Voice Boost, Smart Speed and a sleep timer.

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Phree: costs $198

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Olivier Herbert and Miquel Ballester Salva of Fairphone, the Dutch company that aims to offer customers a phone made with the fairest possible components.

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Motorola is offering two new Moto X handsets – the Moto X Style and the Moto X Play, which will go on sale in Ireland in September. The company claims the third generation Moto G, available in August, is water resistant up to 1 metre for 30 minutes.

(...) consumer who “shouldn’t have to settle for outdated technology to get an affordable phone”, he said. The(...)

This  mock “killer robot”  in central London during the launch of a campaign calling  for the ban of lethal robot weapons attracted plenty of attention. But does such an image do the cause much good? Photograph: Getty Images

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Window 10 is the follow up to Windows 8 and attempts to right many of the wrongs that Windows 8 unleashed on fragile consumers who just wanted to know where the hell their Start button had gone.

(...) general fanfare and more than a little consumer excitement. But that was before the PC industry began to(...)