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10 of the best cookery apps for iPhone, iPad and Android

The recent rumpus about the BBC’s plans for its recipes websites showed how many of us are turning to digital sources rather than traditional books when cooking. Inevitably, there are apps for that. Lots of them. More »

High five! How to register more than one fingerprint on your smartphone

Most top-end smartphones, and even some low-end models, come with a fingerprint scanner these days. Last year, the fingerprint sensor stopped being a gimmick and started becoming one of the most useful parts of a modern More »

Google aims to kill passwords by the end of this year

Google will begin testing an alternative to passwords next month, in a move that could do away with complicated logins for good. The new feature, introduced to developers at the company’s I/O conference, is called the More »

Cashless Britain advances as contactless and debit cards thrive

Britain has passed another milestone on the path to a cashless society, with 2015 the first year that cash was used for less than half of all payments by consumers. Cash usage will be eclipsed by More »

Google I/O 2016: from Allo to Daydream, what you need to know

Google I/O is the biggest date in the firm’s calendar: it’s the conference where it gets everyone together in one big room (actually, this year it was a tent) in California to reveal all the cool More »

BMW promises autonomous vehicles by 2021, partners with Intel, Mobileye

BMW has partnered with tech firms Intel and Mobileye with the hope that it will be able to put a whole fleet of fully autonomous cars into production by 2021. The BMW iNext car, shown in its concept form in May, will be the basis of the self-driving range... go to ...

Nexus Marlin vs Nexus Sailfish: What's the rumoured difference?

Google tends to launch its Nexus devices towards the latter half of the year, normally around September/October. This year's models have been codenamed Marlin and Sailfish and despite being a couple of months away from hitting the shelves, rumours and... go to source

BlackBerry Vienna/Mercury: What's the story so far?

Almost as soon as the BlackBerry Priv - the company's first Android phone - launched in 2015, there were rumours circulating about another Android-powered smartphone. At the time it was code-named Vienna, which made complete sense following on from the... go to source

Fitbit Alta review: High praise for low-level fitness tracking

Fitbit is arguably one of the most well-known companies when it comes to activity tracking, monopolising around 70 per cent of the market. It not only offers a huge selection of devices in comparison to its competitors, but it also offers an excellent... go to source

Jaguar wants you to Feel Wimbledon, with VR experience and Andy Murray japes

Jaguar has turned to VR to support its position as Official Car of The Championships Wimbledon, creating a VR experience. Not only is the company supplying 170 vehicles in support of The Championships, but it's having a little fun with Andy Murray too.... go to source

BlackBerry's smartphone roadmap for 2016/17 revealed

Following the recent leak of an upcoming BlackBerry Android phone, yet more details have emerged about BlackBerry's plans for this next year. If rumours published by Venture Beat are to be believed, the Canadian tech company is set to launch three phones... go to source

Review: Updated: Samsung Galaxy S7

Review: Updated: Samsung Galaxy S7

Introduction and designUpdate: The Samsung Galaxy S7 is now available in the US unlocked. We've added the new price to this revised review.The Samsung Galaxy S7 finds itself in a slightly tricky situation. Samsung needed a big win from the Galaxy S6 in 2015, which it got after reinventing the ...

Review: Updated: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

Review: Updated: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

Introduction, design and screenThe Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is a phone I'd hate to have had to make. Its predecessor was a multi-award-winning phone, simply because it packed all the power of the 'normal' Galaxy S6 and yet... that curved edge. I wasn't alone in loving it, whipping it out ...