Reviewers praise Google Inbox for its 'clever ideas' but some find the new app simply 'overwhelming'
Once the world's largest mobile handset maker, Nokia's brand has now been ditched by Microsoft
Hendo prototype can hover above ground but it is not ready for the moves of Marty McFly just yet
Links to pirated tracks to be replaced with paid ads for legal music services such as Spotify or iTunes
A need-to-know round-up of the essential tech stories that broke this week
Researchers express scepticism over the US defence company's nuclear fusion 'breakthrough'
Built-in sim-card could break mobile suppliers' stranglehold by offering iPad Air 2 customers greater choice
With its Nexus 6 phone, Nexus 9 tablet and Nexus Player set-top box, Google is taking on Apple TV and Amazon
Microsoft CEO was right to apologise for his comments but research shows it pays women to stick at their jobs
Thousands of Snapchat pictures, many of users aged between 13 and 17, have been leaked to 4chan
Hacktivists say they will wage war on China for its 'inhumane actions' by leaking thousands of sensitive documents
Europol issues a warning about the dangers that come with the so-called Internet of Things
Reviewers praise GoPro’s three new action cameras – the Hero4 Black, Hero4 Silver and entry-level Hero – set for release next week
Günther Oettinger refuses to apologise for saying people can't always be protected from their own stupidity
It's designed to prevent sexual assault and 'regretted activities' – but activists say Good2Go is misguided
Peer-to-peer app FireChat is helping Hong Kong's protesters communicate without internet access or mobile phone coverage
Why is Microsoft's new software called Windows 10? Because Windows 7 ate 9
As #bendgate rumbles on, tests suggest that the iPhone 6 is harder to bend than some of its rivals
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