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Now robots can plug in their own computer equipment thanks to new technology

A robot which can pick up and plug in a USB cable is now a reality, thanks to researchers at MIT and Northeastern University.

Apple sells over 10 million iPhones

In just three days, sales of the iPhone 6 and larger iPhone 6 Plus have set a new record.

Samsung wants to replace your wallet with a watch

Samsung is planning yet another smartwatch to sit alongside the six it has already launched over the past 12 months. However, while its past efforts have been focused on fitness or replacing reliance on smartphones, this one wants to be a replacement for consumers' wallets.

Strati: the first (almost) entirely 3D-printed car

With the exception of its tires, electric motor and battery, the Strati is made entirely of 3D-printed parts. The vehicle was assembled last week at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) in Chicago.

iPhone 6 gets luxury cases from By Atelier

With the new iPhone now in store, lines snaked around city blocks throughout the world as consumers hoped to get their hands on one. Meanwhile, accessory manufacturers are beginning to launch dedicated covers for the latest smartphone out of Cupertino, including By Atelier's high-end cases adorned with leather or sapphire crystal.

Don't microwave your iPhone

A hoax advert claims that handset owners that upgrade to iOS8, Apple's latest smartphone operating system, will be able to wirelessly recharge their iPhones in a matter of seconds by sticking them in the microwave.

Sony focuses on Google Glass alternative

Move over Google, Sony has its own take on smart glasses and is aiming to get them to market by March 2015.

Google wants to demystify cybersecurity

Simply Secure is a new organization with a single aim -- making it easy for people to protect themselves and their data when online.

Microsoft debuts universal keyboard for smartphones and tablets

Arriving in stores this October, the Microsoft Universal Mobile Keyboard is compatible not only with Windows but also with Android and iOS.

Chinese buyers lead charge in iPhone 6 global debut

Buyers from China, deprived of the latest iPhone launch at home, were Friday among the first in line in Japan to grab the "6" and its new large-screen cousin as Apple hit back at rivals.