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Science & Environment Apple wins $539 million from Samsung in iPhone patent trial

The world´s top smartphone rivals have been in court over patents since 2011, when Apple filed a lawsuit alleging Samsung's smartphones and tablets 'slavishly' copied its products. More

US & Canada Student wishes phones were never invented because parents are always on it

Louisiana teacher Jen Beason posted her student's response to the question 'Tell me about an invention you don't like'. They wrote they 'hate' their mom's phone and 'wish she never had one'. More

US & Canada Man hid six phones internally a before getting arrested in Israel

Israeli border police have arrested a man who was deliberately trying to get caught so he could disperse six phones to prison inmates - by hiding them in his bottom. More

US & Canada Mysterious cracks have begun appearing in camera lenses of Apple's 'luxury' £999 iPhone X

Examples of apparently spontaneous splits appearing in the cameras' lenses have been reported by Apple's global customer base via the company's communities forum. More

Technology iPhone X owners irate over cracking camera lenses

An increasing number of people are complaining of problems with their iPhone X camera lens, according to a new report. More

Technology O2 are giving teachers a huge 40% discount on their phone bills - but you'll need to be quick

Know any teachers that could use an almost half price phone contract? More

Technology iPhone 9 processor plans revealed - insiders confirm Apple's next phone will have much longer battery life

The company is believed to be using a Taiwanese partner to produce the processors More

Science & Environment Apple offers £54 credit to iPhone users who replaced battery last year

Apple is offering global users a refund for replacing their batteries. To be eligible, users need to have replaced their battery on an iPhone 6 or newer model in 2017. More

Technology Apple offers $50 credit for early iPhone battery replacement buyers

Did you spend $79 for an iPhone battery replacement last year? More

Technology Secret iPhone tips and tricks you may not know about

iOS 11 contains several features that Apple hasn't let on about More

Health Sunbed addict needed surgery after an app on her phone warned her about a cancerous mole

Emma Proctor, 37, from Preston, Lancashire, had surgery to remove a cancerous mole which she discovered had changed, She is now warning others about the dangers of sunbeds. More

Australia Prince Harry had an 'emotional' phone call with his ex Chelsy Davy

A family friend said that Chelsy Davy, 32, was in 'tears' during a phone call to Prince Harry ahead of his wedding with the former couple acknowledging that he was 'moving on'. More

UK Prince Harry had 'tearful parting phone call with ex-girlfriend Chelsy Davy' before wedding to Meghan Markle

The new Duke of Sussex dated Chelsy, 32, on and off for seven years from 2004 and 2011 and the pair remain on good terms More

Australia Cops hunt grinning P-plater woman driver who was caught LAUGHING on the phone while at the wheel

Police are investigating mobile phone footage posted online showing a woman brazenly using her mobile phone while behind the wheel near Newcastle, NSW. More

Australia P-plater laughs as she’s filmed driving on the phone while being followed by police officer

Video shows the woman driving a red Holden Commodore with a red P-plate attached to the front of the vehicle, reportedly near Newcastle, north of Sydney. More

US & Canada F.B.I. Admits Overstating Locked Phone Problem, and Critics Pounce

A programming error caused top law enforcement officials to overstate how many locked smartphones it was unable to search, including in congressional testimony. More

Health How Nighttime Tablet and Phone Use Disturbs Sleep

When a person used an iPad instead of reading print before bedtime, he or she had a later sleep onset and suppressed levels of melatonin. More

Science & Environment iPhone users could be owed £750 in compensation from Google

iPhone users could be set for a £750 windfall thanks to an ongoing lawsuit against Google. The mass legal action is over claims Google tracked personal data from millions of iPhone users in the UK. More

Science & Environment Digital Life: Cutting back on a constant smartphone habit

Our phones and apps are designed to give us short-term, feel-good rewards, so we'll use them longer - at the expense of reading, enjoying the moment or simply being bored. More

Science & Environment Apple starts production on chipset that will power next smartphone

The all-new processor being built in Taiwan is tipped to be faster and more efficient than its predecessor, which could result in better battery life in the forthcoming iPhone models. More