The majority of phones sold in the US as handsets to be topped up with credit– so-called prepaid phones — are budget models but phone company strategies are changing.
The ever-changing state of consumer demands has led to a massive change in the role of physical stores, forcing retailers to experiment with different ideas to stimulate footfall.
It’s only been two weeks since Apple’s September keynote event when it launched its new iPhone devices: the iPhone 8 and the iPhone X.
After Apple launched its latest phones, smartwatches, and streaming players last week we went hands on to see how they stack up against the competition.
Apple announced its new iPhone devices last night to much fanfare in the newly-built Apple Park.
After ten years the Apple Music Festival is no more.
If you’re a fan of Apple’s smartphones and you’re the type who wants to have the newest technology as soon as its available you’ll definitely be asking: when will the iPhone 8 launch?
Netflix is 20 years old and this year streaming revenue — combining music and video — will overtake physical sales for the first time.
2016 was supposed to be the year of voice but it looks like 2017 is too.
Samsung is set to launch its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8, in New York today.
Remember Google Glass, the first augmented reality glasses that Google released back in 2013?
US president Donald Trump appears to be increasingly isolated after his response to the racist violence in Virginia, in which he insisted that “both sides” were to blame for clashes in the city of Charlottesville.
The wearables market is growing off the back of fitness bands and smartwatches and Chinese tech company Xiaomi is pioneering this growth.
Apple’s latest iPhone, due out in September, is rumoured to be priced at over $1,000 — is this clever pricing or corporate greed?
Microsoft has been teasing bits and pieces about its big new Creators Update coming in the Autumn but has been quiet about when exactly it will get rolled out to Windows users.
Apple’s annual developer conference is always chock full of new hardware and features for Apple devices.
The saga between the UK chip developer Imagination Technologies and the Silicon Valley giant Apple takes another turn as Apple hits back at its soon-to-be ex-supplier.
Tech giant Samsung reported a record quarterly profit on Friday, owing to rising global demand for memory chips.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has launched its voice-controlled smart speaker.
Before 2007, the world did not have smartphones.
Andy Rubin’s new startup, Essential, is launching with a flagship Android smartphone, running a custom OS.
UK chip developer Imagination Technologies has announced that it is up for sale and in talks with potential buyers.
Tech giant Google could be fined more than €1bn from Brussels for abusing its online search dominance to direct customers to its own Google Shopping service.
Biometrics — using physical features as security — are already here and the password is on its way out.
Alipay’s recent international moves outside China reveal a very different approach from how brands such as PayPal and Apple have dealt with expansion.
US technology giants Google, Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook have taken the top five places in a new ranking of the world’s most valuable brands.
Tech giant Apple is holding its annual three-day World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC), a showcase of the company’s latest offerings and has unveiled its smart speaker, the HomePod.
Taxi startup Uber has lost another member of staff this week as it fired its head of self-driving technologies, Anthony Levandowski.