Garadget cut-off customer's access to IoT device because they didn't like his attitude
New material can even repair itself when it's been ripped in two
Samsung's new flagship is coming at the end of the month. But will it be good enough to take on the iPhone 7?
Snap's prospects: No profit, no voting rights and highly dependent on Google, who it pays $400m per year
Four engineers who developed the technology behind smartphone cameras recognised
China only for reborn Nokia - but other devices promised for the rest of the world this year
While the Galaxy Note 7 crashed and literally burned, semiconductors and OLED screens have been pulling in the profits for Samsung
Dangers of side-loading apps vividly illustrated
BlackBerry Priv replacement codenamed 'Mercury' tipped for launch in 2017
British smartphone maker beefs up budget duo
Can the new BlackBerry DTEK60 make up for the disappointment of the DTEK50?
Government security fears over hacked connected devices
£600 buys a 32GB Android Nougat phone with USB-C, Google Assistant
Android Nougat rollout starts earlier than expected
Is a bit of extra security on top of Android enough to make the BlackBerry DTEK50 stand out?
Microsoft's mobile efforts seemingly "streamlined" into oblivion
DVLA CEO Oliver Morley shows off prototype digital driving licence on Twitter
Microsoft getting crushed by Android in mobile
High-end Priv "too expensive", admits Chen
Intel set to lose even more money in mobile
Has Microsoft seen the future of PCs, phones and tablets with its stackable 'modular computing device'?'
One device to rule them all?
Move corresponds to the wishes of customers and staff, says CEO Seb James
William Hill CTO Finnbar Joy gambles on cloud, personalisation, machine learning and the Internet of Things
Flagship Samsung Galaxy smartphone to have 3,600mAh battery and dual-photodiode camera sensor