LifeProof launches rugged nüüd iPhone 5S case with Touch ID support

While there are plenty of rugged cases offering the iPhone 5S protection from water and grime, these highly protective coverings leave the device's Touch ID sensor inaccessible – until now, that is.

Apple offers gift cards for its US Black Friday deals, cash savings in Europe

Instead of discounting its products, Apple is this year offering US-based Black Friday shoppers gift cards of various values with purchases. In Europe, however, it's the other way around.

Kim Dotcom’s Mega cloud service launches an iPhone app

The Mega cloud storage service now has an official iPhone app to accompany its Android app. The service gives users 50GB of storage space for free, as well as premium options and comprehensive data protection.

15 handy Galaxy Note 3 tips to make your phablet life a little easier

Is your Samsung superphone everything that you dreamed that it would be? Perhaps you can render it that little bit more special with our selection of Galaxy Note 3 tips and hidden features.

Official CyanogenMod app pulled from Google Play Store

The official CyanogenMod app has been pulled from the Google Play app store after only three weeks. Its developers removed the app voluntarily after Google informed them it violated the terms of service.

Revolution smartphone running Android or Firefox OS teased by Geeksphone

The startup responsible for building the first Firefox OS smartphones has teased its next hardware release. Named the Revolution, it's said to be capable of running either Android or Firefox OS.

Cool DIY mobile phone project is like a geeky, retro version of Motorola’s Moto Maker

Sick of all the mobile phones on offer in stores? Perhaps what you need is the chance to build one yourself. Going one step beyond Motorola's Moto Maker, an MIT student has released plans for a complete DIY mobile phone.

Google Glass user gets kicked out of a cafe, starts an online war with the owner

Stop us if you've heard this, but Google Glass has been banned from a bar in Seattle. Its similarity to a news story from earlier this year continues, as the Lost Lake Cafe's owner proves he's not a fan of Google's new tech.

Surface: Microsoft takes aim at iPad Air and Galaxy Tab 3 in wave of comparison ads

With tablet sales expected to go through the roof this holiday season, Microsoft is hoping to persuade gift hunters that its revamped Surface slates are worth a look with the rollout of several ads pitting them against the iPad Air and…

The international stolen phone database is complete, and ready to reduce mobile thefts

A database containing unique numbers associated with stolen phones has been completed in the U.S., and subsequently linked with the existing equivalent in Europe, with a view to reducing phone thefts.

Galaxy S5 could arrive earlier in 2014, as rumor links it with metal-bodied Galaxy F

A rumor originating from a Korean news source suggests Samsung may bring forward the launch of its Galaxy S5 smartphone by a few months.

YouTube app teardown confirms upcoming ‘Music Pass’ subscription service

Code in YouTube's recently updated Android app appears to confirm recent rumors suggesting the Google-owned company is on the verge of launching a music subscription service called Music Pass.