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Facebook status update from dying phone saves UK teenager from watery grave

14 Jul 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Facebook status update from dying phone saves UK teenager from watery grave
An 18-year-old male, whose name has not yet been released, was left marooned off the Cornish coast last week after his dinghy capsized.

Have smartphones ruined our sex lives?

08 Jul 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Have smartphones ruined our sex lives?
According to a survey of 1,500 UK couples between the ages of 18 and 30, smartphones are getting in the way of private time - in the bedroom, to be precise.

Lost for words? Then this emoji-only social network could be just for you

01 Jul 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Lost for words? Then this emoji-only social network could be just for you
Emojli will be launching soon on iOS, as a clutter-free social network where all communication, including status updates and usernames, will take place using emoji icons only.

Two kisses or three? New survey explores romantic phone etiquette

20 Jun 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Two kisses or three? New survey explores romantic phone etiquette
A new survey compiled by TalkTalk Mobile has found that using the wrong amount of kisses in a text message is the biggest mistake made by couples conducting their relationship via text.

Microsoft's Lumianaut trolls invade Heathrow airport: Terminal Samsung Galaxy S5 not out of this world

28 May 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Microsoft's Lumianaut trolls invade Heathrow airport: Terminal Samsung Galaxy S5 not out of this world
The last year or so has been a fairly painful period in Nokia's history, but it looks like the company has finally rediscovered its mojo, albeit as a Microsoft subsidiary.

Report: Apple iPhone users are non-stop sexters

05 May 2014  by Darren Allan
Report: Apple iPhone users are non-stop sexters
Those who have an Apple smartphone are far more likely to send a risqué message than other handset owners, according to a new study.

Nokia Lumia smartphone stops bullet - literally saves man's butt

02 May 2014  by Alysia Judge
Nokia Lumia smartphone stops bullet - literally saves man's butt
A Brazilian police officer's life was saved after his Nokia Lumia 520 smartphone deflected a bullet. Two gun men opened fire from behind, but thankfully the mobile was sitting in his back pocket.

Bristolian bubble-tech floats in from the future

25 Apr 2014  by Alex Hamilton
Bristolian bubble-tech floats in from the future
A team of scientists in Bristol have designed bubbles that can have images projected onto them and pop with a specific scent, predicting that it could be a new way of displaying information.

Samsung Galaxy S5 incorporates Deezer's music streaming service

10 Apr 2014  by Tom Phelan
Samsung Galaxy S5 incorporates Deezer's music streaming service
Samsung has announced a partnership that will see Deezer come free with Galaxy S5 smartphones. Subscribers will have to part with cash after six months though.

"Flappy Bird: A New Season" wings its way to top of Apple and Google app stores

07 Apr 2014  by Alex Hamilton
"Flappy Bird: A New Season" wings its way to top of Apple and Google app stores
The game, which claims to be a direct sequel of "Flappy Bird", has shot to the top of the charts in multiple app stores.

Taggar social augmented reality app demoed at SXSW by Sam Smith

10 Mar 2014  by Tom Phelan
Taggar social augmented reality app demoed at SXSW by Sam Smith
New social augmented reality app Taggar gives fans an unprecedented mix of physical and digital interaction with their musical heroes. Major artists have signed up to use the app.