Swipe | iPhone’s 10th birthday and the cutting edge British microscope

Just 10 years ago smartphones and apps as we know them now didn’t even exist – but the release of the first iPhone in June 2007 changed everything.

A decade on, Alex Morgan looks at how the smartphone has evolved. With such fierce competition today, are Apple starting to fall behind in the innovation race?

Meanwhile, Thomas takes a closer look at a cutting edge British microscope which could revolutionise nanotech research – and the way we see butterflies.

And Lucy James has her pick of this week’s games, including the return of the legendary Crash Bandicoot.

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1 Response

  1. Hardrive33 says:

    the microscope is stealing aperture labs logo from portal 2 tut tut

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