Doro Liberto 820 Mini: a decent alternative Android device

Doro has made its business out of developing more accessible technology. The company’s range of(...)

The iBackPack: tempting

At first glance, you might think the iBackPack is a bit overkill. When are you likely to need a Bluetooth speaker, a backup battery, GPS and 3G or wif(...)

The Tab S2  is available in two sizes: 8 inches and 9.7 inches

Samsung’s tablet, the Tab S, was unveiled a little over a year ago, and it’s just about due an update. And right on cue, it’s the Tab S2, sporting a t(...)

Streaming music is wonderful. Being stalked by the provider of said music service is not. While the usual attitude to T&Cs is TL;DR (too long; did(...)

Yahoo! Weather: background images are pulled from geotagged Flickr photos

(...) bottle of sun cream on hand at all times. Surely there is way for technology and the weather forecast to(...)

Project sunroof: based on your address, it can estimate the hours of available sunlight per year and the square footage available for solar panels

Googler Carl Elkin has been working on a particularly interesting 20 per cent project that leverages the power of Google Maps and Google Earth. Projec(...)

David Marcus, vice president of messaging products at Facebook, speaks during the Facebook F8 Developers Conference in San Francisco, earlier this year. Photograpr: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

(...) on technology to anwer queries. The service is currently being tested by a group of a few hundred(...)

David Maxfield: “A troll will eat any little lamb that is crossing the bridge. A cyberstalker will decide that you, specifically, are the lamb they want and this is far more dangerous.” Photograph: Getty Images

(...) definition and you’re seeing it live. “Whenever we move to a technology it is as though we’re degrading the(...)

What they really mean is “go fail while one of our competitors has funded you, and come back to us when you have gained more experience”

Pat Phelan, founder of Trustev, one of Ireland’s fast-growing start-ups, had an enjoyable rant last week on Twitter about the expansive Irish indus(...)

Rovio has failed to create new hit games since the 2009 launch of Angry Birds, the top paid mobile app of all time, though it has tried to capitalise on its most successful brand by licensing its use on string of consumer products.

(...) licensing its use on string of consumer products. The company is pinning its hopes on an Angry Birds 3D film(...)