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The newest versions of the iPhone, the 8 and 8 plus, are expected not to attract the traditional queues outside Apple’s flagship retail stores when they go on sale in the UK for the first time today.

With each new generation more tech-savvy than the last, could firms in East Anglia being doing more to utilise the skills of younger workers to drive technological development?

A Norwich firm has been named among the fastest growing tech companies in the UK as it aims to take on the big comparison websites.

A life-size mock-up of the interior of the brand-new Bombardier-built trains that are due to operate across East Anglia from 2019 onwards has been unveiled.

More than 90,000 homes in Norfolk have no or very limited access to the internet, either because of lack of connections, not being able to afford it or not having the confidence to use it.

A new programme aims to connect businesses and scientists to put Norfolk and Suffolk at the heart of advances in health, agriculture and material technology.

Norwich’s Mustard TV is preparing its final broadcasts as Archant gets set to sell it to the That’s TV Group.

Millions of fish-deaths caused by toxic algal blooms could be prevented by a household chemical best known for bleaching hair, breakthrough research has revealed.

From Raspberry Pis to Python coding, a new venture is aiming to give tech-savvy youngsters a chance to develop the skills which could help fill the jobs of the future.

Children, parents and grandparents learned how easy it is to get involved in the digital revolution at a one-day interactive festival.

A mobile payments start-up has teamed up with an industry giant to integrate its technology.

A 3D scale model copy of the West Runton Mammoth - one of the most spectacular archaeological discoveries ever made in Norfolk - could be heading home to where the remarkable skeleton was found.

If you’ve ever wanted to see a shooting star, now’s your chance.

Britain’s first astronaut is one of the out of this world headliners who will set a course for Norwich when the city plays host to a celebration of science.

Strong new rules to force companies to protect personal information and control the way it is used are set to be introduced in the UK.

Social media firms will be required to delete information on children and adults when asked under new laws aimed at giving people a greater “right to be forgotten” online.

Norwich has been ranked among the top cities for technological innovation, with its manufacturing sector scoring highly.

Being thrown together in the heat of a hackathon helped launch a tech start-up which aims to help businesses make difficult decisions.

Faster mobile internet is set to bring a mid Norfolk market town up to speed.

The chief executive of a tech firm has reaffirmed its long-term commitment to Norwich – despite jobs being lost during a restructure.

Faster mobile internet is set to bring a rural mid Norfolk village up to speed after O2 announced it was expanding its 4G service.

A Norwich firm has built a platform to gather data from millions of customers’ rail journeys after agreeing a deal with the owner of National Rail.

Small-scale farmers are providing the answers to the challenges we face with climate change and the environment in a way that larger agricultural operators are failing to equal, a Suffolk-based agro-ecologist claims.

Schoolchildren, sixth formers and youth groups can explore the world in a week of learning leading up to a popular science festival.

An ambitious programme to help Norwich’s tech businesses grow into national and international players has been launched – with the aim of doubling the value of the city’s digital sector in just two years.

A Norfolk MP has become chairman of an influential parliamentary select committee.

Thousands of homes in Great Yarmouth have been touted for new ultrafast broadband by providers Virgin Media.

Farmers are being warned to be on the lookout for areas of crop which appear to be ripening prematurely.

East Anglian science boffins have created a variety of wheat with twice the typical amount of iron found in commercially-grown varieties.

More than 120 farmers and agricultural professionals were at the Elveden Estate on Thursday, July 6, to look at how cutting-edge research was making a difference to its potato growing operation.

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