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Apple bows to pressure and allows self-repairs to iPhones and MacBooks
"New phones are expensive, and people who buy them should be able to repair them," senior policy analyst Maureen Mahoney said.
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Today, the red kiosks see more use as props in holiday photos than as communication devices, but the UK's telecoms regulator thinks some may be worth saving.
Your Android smartphone is spying on you, a new study claims
Did you think you can trust your Android smartphone with your data and personal information? This latest study will make you think twice.
Pay for your drinks with old iPhones at this unique London pub
This International E-waste Day, pub-goers can get rewarded for the unwanted tech in their drawers at home.
Apple loosens its grip on App Store in €85 million legal offer
The tech giant says developers will be able to tell its iPhone and iPad customers about ways to pay outside the App Store.
Swiss start-up rivals Google with '100% secure' smartphone keyboard
Swiss start-up Typewise has developed an AI keyboard for your phone that is better at correcting typos and more secure. Can it rival the US giants?
This device produces energy from your sweat while you sleep
A breakthrough for self-made sustainable power that requires nothing but a good night’s sleep to harvest energy from your sweat.
Printable smartphones are the latest breakthrough in green tech
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The iPhone shortcut recording when you say 'I'm getting pulled over'
The technology has risen in popularity amid widespread protests against police violence.
Europe's coronavirus lockdowns are making phone calls popular again
Mobile voice services in France have doubled since the country went into lockdown
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The Green Deal has paved the way for a sustainable product policy. Now legislators must seize this opportunity to ensure all smartphones sold in the EU are designed to be repaired and last longer.
It's World Day Without Mobile Phones — unless you're a migrant
For some, World Day Without Mobile Phones is a chance to forgo a luxury. For others, smartphones are a means of survival.
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Since we wrapped our fingers around the first touch-screen smartphones a decade ago, the family photo album has all but ceased to exist. But even as we no longer make albums of them, we are even more obsessed with taking pictures.
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In the 2010s, people didn't stop going to the movies. That might be because as the screens got smaller, the movies got bigger.
Gamifying kindness: 'Positive energy can change the world'
There’s little the digital age hasn’t turned into a game. From dating to exercise. Now, it's kindness.
Wine adopts augmented reality in fightback against ‘boring’ perception
Artificial intelligence is set to stop young people thinking wine is 'pompous'.
One in four young people have smartphone addiction
In an analysis of multiple studies, researchers found that smartphone use is correlated with increased depression, anxiety and stress.
Tech addiction: ‘Smartphone or cocaine, your brain gets the same hit’
A dating app CEO and former addict says he can control himself better around drugs and alcohol than his smartphone.
'Whistleblower' app wants Poles to report local nuisances, petty crime
'Whistleblower' allows users to easily report or document evidence of fly-tipping, illegal parking or animal abuse.
Galaxy Note 10: Five takeaways from Samsung's new smartphone launch
Samsung unveiled its new smartphone on Wednesday, but what can we expect to see from it?
I-React is an app that could save lives during natural disasters
With an increase in danger from natural disasters over the last decade - and indications that this will only get worse - a team of developers have created an app that gathers huge amounts of data in emergency situations.
Is your Huawei smartphone useless without Google?
Huawei had planned for the possibility of a US ban: the company has been developing its own operating system, it has said.
Tel Aviv installs 'zombie lights' for pedestrians addicted to mobiles
Tel Aviv is trying to catch the attention of people distracted by their smartphones using LED stoplights embedded in its pedestrian crossings.
How much does mobile data cost across Europe?
The cost of 1GB of mobile data across Europe has been revealed, with Greeks paying by far the most, and Ukrainians the least.
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In Naples, students look to the future in the world’s oldest public university
The Federico II University in Naples is the world’s oldest public university. It also hosts the Developer Academy where students learn to develop apps for iphones.