Having recently braved the turmoil of home decorating, the pain of standing in front of rows of soulless paint tins with no personality was fresh
Has the mobile phone killed suspense? What would happen if our lone hero could get a signal? Will Wiles on the contemporary screenwriter’s cellular agony
A centre in the US that treats digital addiction is becoming increasingly relevant as technology gets more enticing, says Hilarie Cash I am the co-founder
Desperate to contain a growing revolt last year, Egypt’s doomed Mubarak regime clamped down on phone use. Ramy Raoof was there Over many years we
Matt Jones of BERG says that in the not-too distant future man’s best friend and faithful companion will be his phone They see the world
As the London riots showed, youth culture is permeated by mobile phones – and the Blackberry in particular. Kieran Yates reports The images of the
Foxconn, the largest electronics manufacturer in the world, is Apple’s biggest supplier and conditions in its factory cities in China have driven workers to suicide.
The ubiquitous presence of the camera phone today means no event, whether mundane or spectacular, escapes public attention, says James Bridle In August 2006, when
Mobile phones appear to offer independence and privacy, but in reality we are more exposed than ever before, says Jay Owens Your mobile phone leaks.
Meet the San Diego manufacturer bringing a touch of the woodland to the communications tower. Lyra Kilston reports Perhaps you’ve noticed them in your neighbourhood