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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 »

Solar eclipse 2017: When is it and how to watch online or in person?

In case you haven't heard, a total solar eclipse is happening soon.On 21 August, the Moon will pass between the Earth and the Sun, blotting out our view of the star. Unfortunately, only Americans - or people in the US - will be able to look up and see... go to ...

Xbox One X leak reveals limited ‘Project Scorpio Edition’ console

Microsoft might be readying a special edition of the Xbox One X, and it'll be a nod to the console's original codename.The Xbox One X, which previously had a Project Scorpio codename, was officially announced during the E3 2017 conference in June. It... go to source

Android O to be named on 21 August: What will it be called?

The next version of Android is currently known as Android O, but that's not the software's official name.Android O has been in developer beta for a while, and the final version is expected to launch soon. We know this primarily because Google just launched... go to source

Apple Watch Series 3: What's the story so far?

Rumours surrounding Apple's next iPhones are in full swing and have been for some time, but we're now starting to hear chatter about what would be the company's third generation of smartwatch.There are by no means as many leaks surrounding the next Apple... go to source

Best bags for tech: Carry your laptops and tablets in style

It feels like the summer holidays have just begun, but we're now comfortably into the final few weeks, which means it's time to shop for a new bag for your everyday carry. Even if you're not in school or university, chances are, you'll need a bag for... go to source

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 design shown in leaked dummy unit pics

Want to know what the Galaxy Note 8 really looks like?Samsung will unveil the phone in New York next week, but thanks to a new leak that appears to show a dummy unit, we already know what to expect in terms of design. The phone pictured looks exactly... go to source

Nokia 8 vs HTC U 11: What's the difference?

Nokia announced its 2017 flagship smartphone at an event in August in the form of the Nokia 8. It joins the company's portfolio of three Android devices that were introduced at the beginning of the year, but it brings more advanced hardware and a couple... go to source

Nokia 6 review: Affordable Android with strength in design

Nokia's leap into Android smartphones has been very much dominated by design. It seems to be the focus of the new HMD Global-led Nokia brand, with strong design running through the Nokia 3 right up to the new Nokia 8.The Nokia 6 was the top-tier phone... go to source