More than half of all gamers in the UK are now women, yet sexism within the industry remains widespread
But the city's attempt to reduce injuries caused by smartphone 'zombies' seems to be having the opposite effect
Automated system can read lips with 76 per cent accuracy – and more powerful machines are on the way
A need-to-know round-up of the essential tech stories that broke this week
Another step forward in the payments revolution – will the banks ever manage to keep up?
The Jaguar XE sport saloon will go head to head with smaller BMWs, Mercedes and Audis. Here's how it shapes up
Fears about online security have led to new interest in apps claiming to offer a safe way of sharing pics
The Note Edge's unique curvey screen has got tongues wagging but can it beat the likes of the iPhone 6?
Investigation finds 17 rogue towers around the country, some of which appear to be built on US military bases
The smartphone-based network says it will defy the court and keep trading despite threat of fines
Hacker claims responsibility for coordinating team which stole nude photos of 101 celebrities
Google is making drone deliveries, while Amazon is moving into advertising. What's going on?
Ban on range of household goods would seek to combat climate change, but is it another example of 'nannying' interference?
Reports suggest 12.9-inch iPad Pro will go head-to-head with larger breed of tablets from Samsung and Microsoft
From Facebook to the FBI, facial recognition software is everywhere – but is it a 'critical threat' to our privacy?
Analysts say Amazon's swoop for video game streaming platform Twitch could turn out to be very good business
Hackers claiming affiliation with Islamic State issue bomb threat and claim responsibility for denial of service attack
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