» Apple launches Beats 1 radio station
30/06/15 18:10 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Apple's Beats 1 radio station launches with Zane Lowe presenting the first show from New York.
» Court says Apple fixed e-book prices
30/06/15 16:36 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
A US federal appeals court upholds a ruling that Apple conspired with publishers fix the prices of electronic books.
» Apple Music streaming service and Beats 1 radio launch day – live
30/06/15 15:44 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
From its Zane Lowe-fronted radio station to the quasi–social network Connect, it’s a big day in Apple’s attempt to knock Spotify from its music-streaming perch. Nadia Khomami listens in to bring you her verdict 4.44pm BST Guardian writer...
» Apple Music launches to take on Spotify – and traditional radio
30/06/15 15:00 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Streaming music service goes live with on-demand music, programmed playlists and live radio station Apple has launched its Apple Music streaming service, kicking off a three-month free trial with hopes of competing with entities as varie...
» Cybercriminals exploit Flash bug
30/06/15 13:41 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
An exploit which takes advantage of a flaw in Adobe's Flash Player is being used by cybercriminals.
» Star Wars Battlefront: EA Dice answers fan fears
30/06/15 13:24 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Why no character classes and space battles? We put some of the key questions to the gaming company’s general manager, Patrick Bach Battlefield is one of the most respected military shooters of the decade, and Star Wars is a reasonably we...
» Europe agrees to scrap roaming charges while paving way for 'internet fast lane'
30/06/15 13:16 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Tourists in EU countries will pay same mobile fees as at home from June 2017, but parallel deal means web services could pay for faster connections than rivals Holidaymakers travelling within the EU will pay the same price to use their m...
» Washington Post encrypts the news
30/06/15 12:11 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
The Washington Post begins encrypting parts of its website to make it harder for governments and hackers to monitor the articles people are reading.
» Data roaming charges to end in EU
30/06/15 11:43 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
After its watered down plans were attacked in March, the EU reaches a deal to end mobile data roaming charges and define net neutrality rules.
» Apple Music's Beats 1: what you need to know
30/06/15 11:26 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Apple is launching the Zane Lowe-fronted radio station with its Spotify-like streaming service. Here’s what we know and what’s yet to be revealed The days of big surprises from Apple are mostly in the past. As the scale of the company ha...
» PayPal backtracks over 'robocalls'
30/06/15 11:17 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
PayPal has apologised for causing "confusion" after a new policy appeared to suggest that users would have to accept accept automated marketing calls.
» Amazon offers one-hour deliveries in central London
30/06/15 11:03 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Online retailer’s Prime Now service expands from being focused on grocery delivery to include substantial portion of its catalogue Amazon is launching a one-hour delivery service, Prime Now , in London, offering high speed delivery on se...
» The shrinking of the big data promise
30/06/15 10:47 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Markets do not have much patience for a commitment to techniques that don’t deliver. Unfortunately, spy agencies aren’t subject to this discipline “Regression to the mean” is one of the subtlest concepts in statistical literacy – and yet...
» AC/DC becomes latest act to get on the streaming bandwagon
30/06/15 10:37 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Australian rockers, who held back their catalogue from iTunes until 2012, joins Spotify, Apple Music and other digital platforms They’ve been around for decades, have sold hundreds of millions of albums, but until now had not been availa...
» SMS pioneer Matti Makkonen dies
30/06/15 10:03 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Matti Makkonen, who pioneered SMS technology and launched the worldwide sensation of texting, has died.
» Splatoon is the game every noughties teenager would have loved
30/06/15 09:39 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Nintendo’s brash, punky shooter would have defined my teen years – if only it hadn’t arrived too late For a whole host of reasons, the start of secondary school marked a pause in my love of video games. I’d spent my childhood playing gru...
» VIDEO: Shooting lasers from your eyes
30/06/15 07:46 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
The world's first VR headset that can track your eye movements
» Chatterbox: Tuesday
30/06/15 07:27 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
The place to talk about games and other things that matter It’s Tuesday and Persona 4 Dancing all Night is coming out in Europe this autumn, complete with a special Disco Fever edition that comes with a whole bunch of remixed tracks. Con...
» Five of the best smartwatches for 2015
30/06/15 06:00 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
From the Apple Watch, the Pebble Time and a raft of Google Android Wear watches, there are a lot to choose from. Here are the five best. Smartwatches are the hottest thing in technology right now. The little wrist-based screens are dragg...
» Microsoft transfers map business to Uber and display advertising to AOL
30/06/15 00:46 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
AOL to make Bing its main search engine and take over selling ads on Microsoft sites, while Uber rather than in-house division will supply maps Microsoft is to hand over its display advertising business to AOL and sell some map-generatin...