Go as high as €1,289/£1,099
While even the US prices of the new Apple iPhone trio were quite high for our taste, it appears that buyers from Europe or the UK will have to shell out even more cash than their US counterparts, pushing those prices to insane levels.
Much better to text
Britons are more attached to their mobile phones than ever before, but are not particularly interested in using them to talk.
Catching up with the rest of the world
Britain set out plans to promote the roll out of full-fibre broadband, including targeting public money at rural areas and insisting that the fastest connections are included as standard in new build properties.
At last some forward thinking
A new government proposal included in Road to Zero, a report on climate-change related policies, would require all new homes to be fitted with electric car charging points. It follows a commitment made last year by the UK to end sales of new gasoline and diesel cars by 2040.
DMV request shows that self-driving cars have bugs
A demand from the California DMV of eight companies testing self-driving cars has highlighted a number of areas where the technology falls short of being safe to operate with no human backup.
Tin mines now viable again
Britain's long abandoned tin mines might be reactivated as the global electric car revolution pushes demand for tin.
Seven TRS-80s and a couple of macs burst into flames
Blighty is claiming to have conducted a "major offensive cyber-campaign" against the Islamic State death cult.
Rudd claims she can block Isis from the Internet
The UK government has unveiled a tool it says can accurately detect jihadist content and block it from being viewed and is thinking of forcing companies to use it.
The US number one spying chum has no problem
While the US claims that Huawei is a spy for the Chinese government, it seems that the UK, which does a lot of US spy work, has no problem working with the company.