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EDITOR'S NOTE

It's Apple best iPad to date, but if you've got the new tablet, it's worth knowing that it's also the most likely to end up cracked or smashed.

Plus: LG reveals flexible ereader display, Build your own Star Trek-style tricorder, Virgin Mobile beefs up mobile broadband quotas, PAL-V One flying car takes to the skies.

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New iPad (iPad 3): Apple's most breakable tablet yet? NEWS
New iPad (iPad 3): Apple's most breakable tablet yet?
By Paddy Smith | Apr 3, 2012
It's Apple best iPad to date, but if you've got the new tablet, it's worth knowing that it's also the most likely to end up cracked or smashed.
Video: PAL-V One flying car takes to the skies NEWS
Video: PAL-V One flying car takes to the skies
By Luke Edwards | Apr 3, 2012
Yes it's a flying car, yes it's coming out soon, and yes you can buy one. Welcome to Space Year 2012
Virgin Mobile beefs up mobile broadband quotas NEWS
Virgin Mobile beefs up mobile broadband quotas
By Staff Writer | Apr 3, 2012
Virgin boosts monthly broadband data quotas, but cuts its $49 a month plan.
Future tech: smart fabric NEWS
Future tech: smart fabric
By Luke Edwards | Apr 3, 2012
The army's set to do away with cables, replacing them with electro-conducting yarn woven into clothes - imagine charging your iPhone just by putting it into your pocket.
Geek tech: Build your own Star Trek-style tricorder NEWS
Geek tech: Build your own Star Trek-style tricorder
By Luke Edwards | Apr 3, 2012
Sci-fi has become reality with this working hand-held super sensor - and you can make your very own one, because it's open source.
Sony NEX-FS700 4K camcorder brings super slow-mo NEWS
Sony NEX-FS700 4K camcorder brings super slow-mo
By Luke Edwards | Apr 3, 2012
With up to 960fps slow motion, 4K video, and a price tag lower than its predecessor, this is one to watch out for
LG reveals flexible ereader display NEWS
LG reveals flexible ereader display
By Luke Edwards | Apr 3, 2012
Plastic ebook displays that bend, can bounce back from drops and even survive hammer blows are the future - and it's coming this month.
Ultra-thin laptops with quad-core S4 chips incoming NEWS
Ultra-thin laptops with quad-core S4 chips incoming
By Sophie Charara | Apr 3, 2012
These next gen Qualcomm-powered Windows 8 laptops are set to make your MacBook Air feel fat come October.
Future tech: Swipe brings NEWS
Future tech: Swipe brings "human search" to Wikipedia
By Paddy Smith | Apr 3, 2012
Wish you could ask Wikipedia really useful questions (and get really useful answers)? Your prayers are about to be answered.
April Fools! Best online tech gags of 2012 NEWS
April Fools! Best online tech gags of 2012
By Chris Jager | Apr 2, 2012
From Google's Click-to-Teleport app to the Apple/Blackberry 'Crumble' phone: here is a selection of April Fools tech attempts that appeared in 2012.
5 actors who could play Steve Jobs in a movie NEWS
5 actors who could play Steve Jobs in a movie
By Paddy Smith | Apr 3, 2012
With Ashton Kutcher set to play a young Steve Jobs in a forthcoming biopic, we consider the other actors we'd bring in for casting
Roundup: 37 of the biggest and best downloads from the last 7 days NEWS
Roundup: 37 of the biggest and best downloads from the last 7 days
By Mark Wilson | Apr 2, 2012
The past week has been particularly busy, with a huge number of software releases to keep track of. If you feel like you may have missed out on some of the biggest releases, this roundup is here to get you back up to speed.
How to: Fix almost any photo in six easy steps PHOTO GALLERY
How to: Fix almost any photo in six easy steps
Apr 27, 2011
Do you want to make your low-quality photos look sharp and vibrant? We show you how using this free editing tool.
In Pictures: vintage tech for eccentric millionaires PHOTO GALLERY
In Pictures: vintage tech for eccentric millionaires
Apr 29, 2011
We take a look at some old-school technology with seriously crazy price tags. (Words: Chris Jager)
Technology scrapheap: the Top Ten biggest tech flops PHOTO GALLERY
Technology scrapheap: the Top Ten biggest tech flops
May 5, 2011
From the Apple Newton to the Nokia N-Gage - these are the products that failed to catch on. (Words: Chris Jager)
Essential downloads: Top 10 photography apps PHOTO GALLERY
Essential downloads: Top 10 photography apps
Aug 21, 2011
We salute World Photography day with a bunch of free and affordable photo apps to get those creative juices flowing. [Stuff.tv]
Tech retrospective: Top 25 mobile phones PHOTO GALLERY
Tech retrospective: Top 25 mobile phones
Aug 28, 2011
From the Motorola DynaTAC 8000x to the mighty Apple iPhone - here's our pick of the most innovative, styish and ground-breaking mobile phones in history. If you've ever owned a phone you were unduly proud of, it's probably on this list...

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