Which? has accused manufacturers including Apple, Google and Amazon of charging way over the odds for tablets with higher memory capacities.
The most successful and glamorous partnership in British business is to end as Angela Ahrendts moves from Burberry to Apple.
Apple has unveiled an eagerly-anticipated upgrade to its iPhone 5 and a more affordable model aimed at competing with cheaper smart phones.
A jury in Silicon Valley has ordered Samsung to pay Apple $290m (£180 million) for copying iPhone features.
Apple's new iPad Air tablet sold out in two hours from Apple's Hong Kong stores, the South China Morning Post reported while technology magazine 9to5Google revealed that the Nexus sold out within minutes of going on sale in Google's online shop.
The Air's impending release had caused a 585 per cent increase in people trading in old tablets, with nearly one in six people planning to trade, consumer website SellMyMobile said.
Computer devices including the first iPad were once released months apart in different countries, but simultaneous launches have become the norm as a result of increasing global communication and zealous fans willing to import from abroad.
Apple has kicked off a product event at which the company is expected to introduce slimmer, faster iPads in time for the holidays.
The new tablets will face stiff competition, with Microsoft Corp, Nokia and Amazon.com Inc all plugging rival devices in coming months.
Apple, which jumpstarted the tablet computing market in 2010 with the first iPad, has already come under increasing pressure from cheaper devices from Amazon's Kindle Fire to Samsung Electronics Co Ltd's Note.
Technology giant Apple is expected to release a new iPad today but has kept tight-lipped about the details.
The iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 devices are thought to be due for an unveiling.
Experts say they expect the iPad mini 2 will contain a better camera and a retina display, and could trigger the customary pre-Christmas technology rush.
There are also suggestions it could feature a fingerprint scanner, similar to the one used on the iPhone 5S, launched last month.
The Taiwanese-made model also won the T3 design award and the phone of the year accolade at a ceremony in London tonight.
It beat the Apple iPhone 5 and the Samsung Galaxy S4 in the phone of the year category, chipping at the dominance held by both technology giants.
However Apple won computer and tablet of the year and Samsung took the brand of the year title, while Sony won digital camera and television of the year.
Apple has left what appears to be a practical joke in the iPhone's latest software upgrade.
Asking Siri "what is today going to be like" in iOS 7 produces the Wikipedia entry for Rick Astley's Never Gonna Give You Up.
It's unclear where the page is merely a placeholder that was meant to have been removed before launch, or an intended prank played by an Apple engineer.
"Rickrolling" as it has become known, is an internet phenomenon where seemingly genuine YouTube videos turn out to contain only the 1987 cult hit.
Apple has overtaken Coca-Cola as the new most valuable brand in the world, according to a report from consultancy Interbrand.
After a 13-year run at the top spot, Coca Cola has been pushed down to third place, now resting behind Apple and Google.
It's been a good two years for Apple according to the report - the tech company has risen from 8th place in 2011.
Users of the new iPhone 5S have discovered that the device's fingerprint sensor will also allow the phone to be unlocked with other body parts - including nipples.
Adventurous Apple fans began uploading videos of the nipple-activated unlocking on September 20th, just hours after the phone went on sale.
Since then more videos of male and female nipples unlocking iPhones have appeared on YouTube.