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Windows Phone is dead, Bill Gates swaps to Android

Having failed to hold its own against Android and iOS rivals, Microsoft has confirmed it won’t be making any more Windows Phone mobiles. It’s been a dismal year for Windows...

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Thirty years of GIFs: how the animated format became a social phenomenon

It’s been 30 years since GIFs debuted on the internet and since then they have, for better or worse, transformed the way people communicate online. Endlessly looping frames now dominate...

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The best way to sell your old smartphone

Recycling Week is upon us, and in the spirit of looking after the environment we’ve rounded up ways you can safely recycle your smartphone and make some money along the...

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Huawei edges past Apple for global smartphone sales

A new study has revealed that Huawei sold more smartphones than Apple this summer, although neither brand was able to beat Samsung's figures.

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Galaxy Note 8 and the rise of the dual lens camera

Samsung has unveiled the Galaxy Note 8, and one of the many highlights is a powerful dual lens camera that can help breathe new life into your pictures and videos....

New Android Oreo update promises better battery life

Android Oreo (or ‘Android O’ for short) has landed, and Google says it will help you squeeze more battery life from your smartphone. Unveiled at an event in New York...

Is Nokia ‘back’? Budget-priced Nokia 3, Nokia 5 and Nokia 6 released

Nokia’s new trio of budget-priced smartphones are now available to buy, and all of them are available at some pretty attractive prices. But what can you expect for less than...

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How to find a lost smartphone

Google has revamped its handy phone-tracking tool, Find My Device, which you can use through Google Chrome. Find My Device was previously known as Android Device Manager, and it you can...

How to watch UK TV abroad

If you’re jetting off on holiday and fancy catching up on your favourite shows while you’re away, there are a couple of ways to get the job done if you...

5 ways technology can help you lose weight this summer

As fitness technology gets smarter, it’s becoming easier than ever to track your everyday habits. There’s no shortage of fitness wearables in stores these days, and our experts work hard...

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