Technology

iPhone falls from the tallest building

Ukrainian vlogger climbs the world's tallest building, then throws his new iPhone 7 plus off it.

The death of anonymous apps

In the two years since the heyday of Yik Yak, Whisper and Secret, most apps have slowed down or closed.

Android user tests iPhone 7

As ever, it's a case of convenience and consistency versus freedom and flexibility.

No Man’s Sky ad investigation

The UK Advertising Standards Authority is looking at whether the game's advertising was misleading.

How to become a VR developer

Online education startup Udacity promises to give the next generation of VR developers the skills they need.

Blackberry stops making phones

The company is handing over production of the phones to overseas partners while it focuses on software.

These tech glasses may be cool

Snapchat Spectacles could become the first piece of high-tech headgear that people want to wear and feel comfortable being around.

Xiaomi's new phone targets Apple

DJI's new drone smaller, easier

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