Vertu make smartphones for the rich and famous. Much like their founding company, Nokia, the luxury smartphone maker has fallen on hard times and finds itself in liquidation. Delve in to find out what £40,000 worth of smartphone gets you.
This week, Apple and Vertu are facing considerable challenges, while Samsung, LG, OnePlus and Google are on the up. Here's what you need to know about the Google Pixel XL 2, Note 8, LG V30, iOS 11 and Ubuntu Linux on Windows. Let's take a look!
"Do not use in a public place" says the user manual for the Avegant Glyph, a Geordi La Forge style* visor that beams video directly onto your eyeballs. I presume the warning is because you might get robbed while staring distractedly into a 65-inch virtual screen hanging in space, but it also might be because the Glyph might destroy whatever shreds of 'cred' you've amassed thus far in your nerdly life. Regardless, this face-mounted movie theatre is well worth trying -- just make sure you do it in the privacy of your own home. Here's our full review.
With cybercrime on the rise, it is more important than ever to secure your devices and accounts. Plus, it is possible to track your laptop, smartphone and desktop pc. Find out how to increase the security of your devices and give criminals a tough time.
Every smartphone user either owns their phone outright or pays monthly till the end of their contract. Each comes with advantages and disadvantages. Find out which one might be better for you and find out how to get rewarded for getting involved in the giffgaff community.
There are so many smartphone features that it can be difficult to make sense of it all. Find out what all the main features mean so that you can get the best value for money on your next smartphone purchase.
I thought last week was a good one for Android fans, but this week really takes the cake. We have eight Android stories to cover this week, as plenty of upcoming devices have been announced, leaked or teased. Hold onto your hats, we're going in!