Discontinued iPod Classic sold for more than £650 on eBay


iPod Classic music players are selling for up to £670 on Amazon and eBay after Apple phases them out

Broadband speed

Digital Scotland extends superfast broadband to 1,400 homes


Homes and businesses in Bearsden and Bishopbriggs are now benefitting alongside more than 150,000 across Scotland from s

Samsung Galaxy S6: Curved screen model could debut at MWC


Samsung Galaxy S6 expected to be joined by the Galaxy S6 Edge

Open data

Companies House eyes potential of open data


Business registry aims to improve developer APIs and user interface as queries become free

The rich list: Who are the wealthiest people in IT?

Analysis & Insight

It's all about the money as we run down the top ten richest people in tech

Alan Turing Institute finds home at British Library


Big Data research hub will be part of King’s Cross ‘Knowledge Quarter’


Microsoft sells Nook Media stake back to Barnes & Noble


Microsoft’s stake in Barnes & Noble’s Nook is no more, after device sales dropped 63 per cent

OS X Yosemite update: Wi-Fi problems fixed


Apple has released another OS X Yosemite update, but have issues with unreliable Wi-Fi been fixed?

Data breach

ICO warns of surge in UK healthcare data breaches


Healthcare data leaks double since 2013, finds watchdog


Kyocera ECOSYS M3040idn printer review


Economical, compact yet scalable, Kyocera's M3040idn is a good mono MFP for workgroups or small firms who don'

Vodafone: "Big Data is a big problem for us"


Telco firm admits it is struggling with Big Data security


A third of Three's UK customers use its 4G service


The company said its speedier service is available to 48 per cent of the UK

Tommy Hilfiger unveils gadget-charging jackets


The designer wants to remove the worry about running out of juice on the move

Welcome to the age of disposability

Analysis & Insight

We live in a world where we don't always think about what we're doing, because we can simply press delete late

Internet search

Google plans child-safe versions of Chrome and YouTube


Google expects children-friendly services to be controversial, however

Google ditching CAPTCHA in favour of something less annoying


Google’s unpopular CAPTCHA forms are going away, with a simplified alternative replacing them

Lenovo Ultrabook

Best Ultrabooks to buy in 2014

Analysis & Insight

Need to upgrade your laptop? We take a look at the best Ultrabooks on the market


Apple could face $1bn payout in iPod-lawsuit


Tech giant accused of tricking users into deleting songs not bought from iTunes

Four UK cities to test driverless cars in 2015


Funding for driverless cars nearly doubled in George Osborne's Autumn Statement

BT installs ‘record-breaking’ broadband network across Scottish Highlands


The rollout is part of Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband scheme to bring faster internet to country

Autumn Statement 2014: How the UK technology sector lost out

Analysis & Insight

A new tax may go after multinationals, but this election-mode Autumn Statement does little for hi-tech firms

Top 10 Windows 8.1 apps for 2014

Analysis & Insight

Our collection of the best and most popular Windows 8.1 apps to download in 2014

Hotel room necessities: Eight things business travellers want

Analysis & Insight

When traveling for business, it’s essential your hotel room is a home away from home, while also being a mobile office..

Malware on binary

Kaspersky: "We have never been asked to whitelist malware"


A company blog has revealed neither government nor any other entity has asked it to stop detecting malware

Text messaging

Skype co-founder unveils Wire messaging app


The app is available on iOS, Android and OS X, going head-to-head with iMessage and WhatsApp

Android 5.0 Lollipop adoption disappointing so far


Android 5.0 Lollipop is currently running on just 0.1 per cent of handsets, disappointing Google

Budget Briefcase

Autumn Statement 2014: 10 key takeaways


We cast an eye over some of the tech highlights of today's Autumn Statement

Kids using tablets and smartphones

Tablets now used in almost 70 per cent of UK schools


Tablets have been widely embraced in UK schools, with almost 70 per cent now using them in the classroom, research shows

iPhone 6 Plus vs Nexus 6 vs Note 4: Which is best value?


In the market for a big screen smartphone?

Meg Whitman

Meg Whitman: HP breakup will result in more innovation


Hewlett-Packard CEO says split is "right next step" to boost agility

Rural telecoms

EE to extend rural coverage using micro-networks


First pilot rolled out in the Cumbrian village of Sebergham


Iranian hackers hit airlines, telcos & energy firms


Details of attacks against airlines, energy companies, telecommunications firms and government agencies have begun to em

Labour's digital review: The good and the bad

Analysis & Insight

Why Labour's digital review is right about focusing on skills, and wrong about expanding the GDS


Who should control innovation?

Analysis & Insight

Should innovation just be down to the IT department or should everyone in the business pull together?

BBC launches children’s coding tool with Technobabble


BBC Technobabble tool lets children create their own computer games, developing vital skills

Has HP made a Windows Ultrabook lighter than a MacBook Air?


HP Folio 1020 expected to weigh in at 1kg and have a 9-hour battery life

iPhone Touch ID lets users unlock Macs remotely


You can unlock your Mac via your iPhone’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor, with new FingerKey app

Stephen Hawking's communication tech bags Intel upgrade


Assistive Context Aware Toolkit (ACAT) provides 10x improvement and will be open-sourced in 2015

Google Glass 2 with Intel processor in development


Google Glass hasn’t been a success, but a second generation is now reportedly in development