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What I like and what I don’t like about the new Apple iPhones

From manufacturing processes to marrying elements of user experience with hardware components, Apple(s aapl) still retains that special edge of …

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A 17-year-old London schoolboy has sold his app company to the internet giant Yahoo for an estimated £18m - 90% in cash and 10% in Yahoo shares, though other reports suggested the total could be up to £40m. Nick D'Aloisio, from Wimbledon, south London, created the app, called Summly – which provides bite-sized summaries of content from news and other sites – a little over a year ago from his bedroom and now joins an elite group of teenagers who have become internet millionaires. D'Aloisio began using computers at the age of nine, making films, and then moved to programming at the age of 12 when Apple opened its App Store for the iPhone. http://gu.com/p/3ey3y/tw?CMP=SOCNETTXT6966

Mum collects drink-driving son from Canada police station – and is arrested for drink-driving

A worried mother went to collect her son from a Canadian police station after he was arrested for drink-driving – and was promptly charged with the …

The kiosk is king

OLD-FASHIONED room keys are exactly that nowadays—old fashioned. It seems like the check-in desk may be heading the same way. Increasingly hotels …