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A Google Glass-wearing restaurant-goer in Seattle has been ejected from the establishment for refusing to remove his smart headwear. There seem to be two sides to this story, however...
Asda has a reputation for saving its customers money, but the affordable supermarket giant is now wading into the tech world, aiming to stock the Alcatel 1010 for an eye-poppingly low £5.
Samsung's W2014 is the world's first high-end flip phone that runs a Snapdragon 800 processor, and can be yours for 10,000 Chinese Yuan. That's a jaw dropping £1,024 in old blighty terms.
Google has made public a patent it filed in March, in an attempt to lock down the market for bill-splitting apps. Could arguments over who's paying what be a thing of the past?
HTC's UK arm is joining the gold rush with the release of an 18ct HTC One smartphone, with the extremely limited-edition phone set to be presented at next week's MOBO Awards in Glasgow.
"Introducing the new #GalaxyS4 Gold Edition - for a style that's uniquely yours!" Samsung said on its Saudi Arabia Twitter feed; no mention of the device has been made on the company's other pages.
As the news made the rounds, however, others were incredulous that anyone would fall for the hoax, while some sarcastically recommended that people try it out.
According to the Digital Power Group, the average iPhone user consumes about 361 kilowatt-hours of energy each year, whereas the average refrigerator only slurps down 322 kilowatt-hours.
The waning Ubuntu Edge crowdfunding campaign has received a boost this week in the form of an $80,000 (£51,600) pledge from Bloomberg LP, its first corporate backer.
LG has launched its new smart phone at an event in New York City with the device becoming the first to feature Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 processor
An announcement next month is expected to confirm that Nokia is to release a full HD, quad-core phablet based on the Windows Phone GDR3 update