Technology is aimed at non-experts, providing users with a quick and easy way to take control of their financial goals
Vicky Shaw has some easy resolution tips for your bank balance
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Sir Jonathan Ive, senior vice president of design at Apple, returned to Northumbria University in Newcastle for a fundraising dinner to launch a new Enterprise and Innovation Fund
Writer and poet Kate Fox says a project to explore a First World War disaster in the North East is teaching her valuable lessons
Tom Gutteridge has a warning for parents after his app-happy daughter racked up a hefty bill with Apple Store
Ami Tadaa has been out and about, finding the best places to get your lips around great veggie and vegan food in the North East
A donation of 25 iPads by Fenwick department store to the Elderberries programme at Alnwick Garden is helping older people get online
A frozen iPhone caused temporary panic for Bernard Trafford showing how reliant we have become on our mobile phones
Information about hundreds of historic sites and buildings in Northumberland’s most heavily-populated area has been made available at the push of a button
ART lovers from across the globe are beating a path to the door of Northumberland wildlife painter, with online sales soaring.
A TYNESIDE digital media agency has hired eight new staff after seeing its turnover increase by more than a third in only three months.
In conjunction with Capercaillie Books, we're celebrating the release of movie remake The Great Gatsby starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, Tobey Maguire and Isla Fisher.
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ALAN Smith crunches into the elephant in the room in the same way that he would a 50-50 tackle.
Newcastle winger Jonas Gutierrez has brought the soothing sounds of South America to Tyneside, writes Matt Leslie.
STEVE Bruce is bubbling as Sunderland step up their Premier League preparations some three weeks before the season kicks off.
STEVE Bruce will happily do his bit to get England’s national team back on track as he promised to give Sunderland’s home-grown players a chance to prove they can cut it in the Premier League.
Does the naming rights decision mean Ashley is selling the soul of the club?
“ROLL up, roll up, have a shot at Newcastle United, only £3.5m a go.” I see Sou-mess has joined the bitter ex-failures club with Allardyce.