The new Lumia 530 has been announced by Microsoft...and the press release doesn't mention the word Nokia once. It may be the cheapest Nokia smartphone yet, but it also looks like it'll be one of the last. So how does the 530 point to the future of Microsoft, Nokia and Windows Phone?
Meanwhile, Apple has scored yet more bumper profits, but some people are never happy. Apple is also bringing pop legends Pharrell, Kylie, Blondie and, er, Kasabian to this year's iTunes Festival, but you don't have to be in London to enjoy it.
Plus, we check out a bunch of life-changing and life-saving inventions from the minds of our brightest students vying to win the backing of hoover magnate James Dyson. Speaking of life-changing inventions, we salute the 40th anniversary of the mighty Breville toastie-maker.
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