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
London regulators have given Uber the all-clear and some black cab drivers are even signing up
A need-to-know round-up of the essential tech stories that broke this week
Fast-growing new site Ello promises 'beauty, simplicity and transparency' – and no advertising
Some experts say that the Shellshock bug could be more serious than Heartbleed and could compromise up to 500m computers worldwide
Reviewers praise the BlackBerry Passport's design, but criticise its 'clunky' operating system
India becomes fourth nation to celebrate reaching Mars – and the first to manage it on first attempt
Apple apologises for 'great inconvenience' of flawed iOS 8 update, promising to work 'round the clock' to fix the problem
Picture threat is followed by another 'hoax within a hoax' orchestrated by serial internet spammers
If you are thinking about getting the latest iPhone, buying one outside of a contract may be the cheapest way to go
Kim Kardashian, Avril Lavigne and Mary-Kate Olsen all targeted in second batch of private images
Comedy legend Joan Rivers praises Apple devices on day of iPhone 6 sale, two weeks after her death
Online fundraising for an abortion caused crowdfunding website GoFundMe to step in
New operating system for iPhones and iPads wins plaudits, but some users report 'teething problems'
Minecraft developer was proud of its independence – but the tiny company couldn't take it any further
Your privacy is 'guaranteed' – but would you pay $9000 to talk to people about fine wines and classic cars?
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