This week's big news was the launch of not one, but two new iPhones. First up, the iPhone 5C. It's "a cheaper iPhone, not a cheap iPhone," says our smartphone sensei Gareth Beavis, and that distinction is important: "The iPhone 5C feels so different to the iPhone 5S, buyers won't feel like they're buying a rubbish version of that device."
Where the 5C is fun and funky, the 5S promises a more sober experience: it doesn't look dissimilar to the iPhone 5, but it boasts a dramatically improved camera, a faster processor and a fingerprint sensor. This has already led to excited newspaper headlines about severed digits and conspiracy theories about it sending your biometric data to the NSA (it doesn't). Is it the future? It just might be.
If you'd like to know exactly how the iPhone 5S compares to the 5C, Dean Evans has the details right here - and if you can't afford or don't want either, remember that you'll be able to give your iPhone or iPad a whole new lease of life on the September 18 when iOS 7 finally ships.
This week we also saw a bunch of new PCs and ultra-portables unveiled at the IDF conference, and Intel showed off its latest, greatest Atom processors, also known as Bay Trail. And remember Yahoo? It might not have regained its crown as Queen of All Internets, but it's got a new logo and its user numbers are up 20% since July 2012. CEO Marissa Mayer is in it for the long haul: she reckons it'll take three or more years to get to "a positive place." Let's give Yahoo a yahoo.
Some believe that the iPhone 5S is the best phone that Apple - or for that matter, anybody - has ever made. But what about the price, the blinginess, and the way it attracts scratches? Right now we're the haters, and haters gonna hate. Read more
The headline-making smartphone-cum-camera is now available for $100 less in the United States. Early indications are that the heavily-hyped Lumia 1020 hasn't been flying off the shelves, so perhaps this price cut can offer Microsoft a boost in the early stages of its Nokia stewardship. Read more
To widespread disbelief, Google announced this week that the next version of Android would be called KitKat. But KitKat isn't the only example of marketers' 'synergies' producing hellish or hopeless results. From the Gaga printer to the U2 iPod, we listed the 10 greatest horrors. Read more
TechRadar has teamed up with Barclaycard bespoke offers to bring you the chance to win a 46-inch full HD Samsung UE46F6740 3D Smart TV with Freeview/freesat HD and voice control features. You'll even get two pairs of 3D specs.
Despite the arrival of some intense competition, Panasonic has risen to the challenge with this new high-end plasma TV, delivering what for our money are the most cinematic 50-inch pictures we've seen. It's nothing short of a masterpiece.
The Google Nexus 7 is a remarkably solid device all round: the specs and screen are both good, it's got a premium build quality and a very low price tag. If you're on a budget this is the tablet to buy and, even if you're not, it's well worth considering.
Image quality from the Nikon V1 is good and noise is nicely controlled, especially if you have time to process the raw files individually. The sensor is small enough to allow a small camera body, but large enough to enable control over depth of field.
Just a few years ago, tablets were an unknown for many people, but nowadays you've got more choice than you can shake a mildly agitated badger at. Luckily we've made the choice easy for you with our list of the top 10 tablets available in the UK.
The deal that caught our eye this week is the Epson Expression Home XP-305 printer - a Wi-Fi enabled printer, scanner and copier with LCD screen which is currently on sale at Amazon for just £49.99. That's a saving of £30 off its usual price of £79.99. The Expression Home XP-305 is part of Epson's smallest ever range of all-in-one home inkjets and brings the added benefit of Wi-Fi connectivity and an LCD.
This great value Maxell USB Flash Drive from the Venture range is an even better buy at just £18.98 - that's 50% off the original price of £40.68. A lightweight, durable and compact USB key, featuring a retractable USB head and robust plastic housing, it's perfect for transporting your documents to wherever they need to be.