AlistairCharlton writes: How the 1% live. I spent three days using the new Vertu Signature Touch smartphone. It's make of titanium and lizard skin, and has a concierge which can be used to book a private jet, make hotel reservations, or even arrange an entire wedding. It's a phone, Jim, but not as we know it...
AlistairCharlton writes: The new iPhone 5S's fingerprint reader is a new way of keeping your phone safe and is tipped to become a "gamechanger" for the security of consumer technology, but security experts suggest users exercise caution as the technology can still be hacked.
AlistairCharlton writes: Not satisfied with designing the 600mph Hyperloop train, billionaire and serial entrepreneur Elon Musk has created a motion-controlled computer system he likens to that of Tony Stark in the Iron Man films.
AlistairCharlton writes: Apple will announce two new iPhones next week, but is already working on future models featuring screens as large as 6in to compete in the growing 'Phablet' market of devices bridging the gap between smartphone and tablet.
AlistairCharlton writes: Samsung will announce a smartwatch called Galaxy Gear during its press conference at the IFA consumer technology show in Berlin on 4 September, but not a single image of the device has yet leaked; here's everything we think we know so far.
AlistairCharlton writes: Struggling smartphone maker BlackBerry is considering selling off its successful BBM messaging service into a subsidiary that would operate independently to the rest of the company.
AlistairCharlton writes: In the second episode of Inside Tech City, Alistair Charlton visits Google Campus, where budding entrepreneurs and startups can rent desks and make use of a canteen, while socialising and sharing ideas with each other to help their young businesses grow.
AlistairCharlton writes: A single developer is responsible for more than 46,000 of the roughly 120,000 applications in the Blackberry World app store, including more than 1,000 city guides and hundreds of audio books.
AlistairCharlton writes: Mark Zuckerberg plans to connect a further five billion people to the internet, bringing affordable apps and mobile web access to the two-thirds of the world who are not yet online.
AlistairCharlton writes: In the first episode of Inside Tech City, Alistair Charlton visits Huddle to speak to co-founder and CEO Alastair Mitchell about how east London's startup cluster is different to the last tech bubble, and how the small companies based there have the potential to drive the country's economic recovery.
AlistairCharlton writes: Elon Musk has admitted his 600mph Hyperloop transportation system, due to be announced on 12 August, is "extremely speculative" and doesn't plan to build the mysterious project himself.