Online revolt causes international bank to bin plans
It's been a cracker of a week in terms of the weird and wonderful in the world of tech. First up, who needs the Jesus Phone? Even your average mobile can save lives it seems
An increasing reliance by drivers on satellite navigation systems has been partially blamed for the deterioration in traditional map-readingskills among UK motorists
A quick glance back through this week's major stories is enough to confirm that the hype surrounding the Apple iPhone is still very much with us. Horay then for the parallel world of weird tech
We never thought we'd mention Apple and Ann Summers in the same sentence. So it was with great interest that we noted Apple getting hot and bothered over a new iGasm sex toy this week
Samsung continues to see just how thin it can squeeze its handsets with the release of four super-slim models as part of its Ultra Edition II range of handsets
Glastonbury's pre-registration form went live online at 8am this morning, attracting 2,000 hits within half an hour. The security measure is a new drive to stop touts selling festival tickets
Mobile phone users will continue to spend money on music, despite competition from digital music players, a Gartner report shows.