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Tim Cook, chief executive of Apple, speaks as product images are shown behind him during a launch event in Cupertino, California, US. Photograph: Stephen Lam/Reuters

Apple’s new iPhone X will cost £999 but will not ship until November, the group announced on Tuesday, testing both the patience and price sensitivity (...)

The new products and the holiday shopping season that follows are the most important for Apple in years.
Apple gears up for iPhone launch

A decade after then-CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPhone, Apple on Tuesday is set to introduce a completely redesigned top-of-the-line iPhone alon(...)

Apple is due to report its financial results on Tuesday. Photograph: Mike Segar/Reuters

Monday Results: Naturex, BP, Honda Motor Company, Panasonic, Sony, Trinity Mirror. Indicators: Irish industrial production (CSO), Euro zone inflati(...)

As well as leaving you feeling  under the weather, poor slumber is also linked to an increased risk of chronic conditions including heart disease and diabetes

How did you sleep last night? What about your sleep over the last week, month, year? The quality of our sleep can have a huge impact on health, with i(...)

The Pew Research Centre estimates that 60 per cent of Americans engage in some sort of fitness tracking.

Ten years into the self-tracking boom, wearable devices are becoming more sophisticated and multifunctional but are they really tracking what we want (...)

Apple is expected to show off its next iPhone with its new OLED display at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June. Photograph: Yuya Shino/Reuters

Monday Results: BP, Olympus. Indicators: US manufacturing PMI, prices, employment (Apr). Tuesday Results: Apple, Aerie Pharmaceuticals, Geberit ((...)

The company sold 6.5 million devices in the fourth quarter. That compares with more than 8.2 million in the quarter a year ago

Fitbit’s fourth-quarter revenue fell 19 per cent, hurt by fading consumer demand for its once-popular wearable fitness trackers. Revenue in the quart(...)

Step-counter apps could be doing harm by driving people to chase over-ambitious goals, a leading  scientist has claimed. File photograph: Josep Lago/AFP/Getty Images

Step-counter apps could be doing harm by driving people to chase over-ambitious goals, a leading computer scientist has claimed. Dr Greg Hager, from (...)

Noelle O’Reilly, CEO of Dublin Tech Summit, which will include a Fashion Stage: “If you’ve just come from a very serious fintech talk and need a break, the fashion stage works for a bit of downtime.”

The Dublin Tech Summit, at the Convention Centre Dublin on February 15th and 16th, is not for hardcore techies. This is not a criticism, but rather a(...)

The Flex, an ‘electronic coach’, device by Fitbit

“There’s 14 billion wrists in the world,” Eric Migicovsky told me a few years ago while explaining his confidence in the future of Pebble, the plucky (...)

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