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Fallout Shelter update 1.2: The good, the bad, and the supermutated 1:00

Fallout Shelter update 1.2 introduces Piper, a character from Fallout 4 for iOS devices. Other features include a new statistics page, appearances from the series' Mysterious Stranger, and a controversial new cap for explorers.

These are the 5 mobile apps you need to download this week

It's more difficult than ever to seek out the best new apps released each week, even if you have the will to trawl through the app store on a regular basis. To make life easier, we've gathered our favorite app picks together in a handy…

10 stories you missed: Digital rat brains, YouTube tycoons, Die Hard 6

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week — just for you. From Facebook's data on coming out on social media to Apple's…

Google Play Store’s visual revamp is rolling out now

The Play Store is your way in to all of Google's digital wares, from TV shows to mobile games, and the company is giving the app a brand new look — here's what you can expect to see.

Why Starbucks isn’t a coffee shop anymore, it’s a portal to the future

Starbucks has cemented its place as the number one coffee-related destination for tech geeks, thanks to the introduction of its mobile ordering system, the latest in a string of cool new tech innovations it gives its customers. We tried it…
Product Review

Huawei P8 lite Review

Huawei’s P8 Lite is strong on price, but light on performance.

A partially transparent Galaxy Note 5 looks about as pretty as you can imagine

Reddit user Skarface08 took it upon himself to make his Galaxy Note 5 stand out as much as possible by removing the film off the back cover of his phone. The end result looks about as stunning as you can imagine.
Cool Tech

Take a virtual ride on a real paper airplane with the PowerUp FPV

PowerUp Toys has announced a new paper airplane drone, offering live POV from the drone through Google Cardboard or your smartphone. A Kickstarter is planned for November 10.

Hackers can control Google Now and Siri through your headphones

Researchers found a way to remotely activate the Google Now and Siri voice assistants through the users' mic-equipped headphones. The hackers can then use the voice assistants to perform a variety of functions.

Samsung and LG may decide whether Apple releases a foldable iPhone in 2018

A new report from Korea says LG and Samsung are close to perfecting a foldable smartphone, and that Apple is eyeing the project with a view to making the tech the basis of the iPhone 8.