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Samsung 'reveals' what looks like a tablet that folds into a phone, but otherwise we're quite literally left in the dark

76 posts, Latest by JohnFen at Friday 9th November 2018 17:23 GMT

Upset fat iOS gobbles up so much storage? Too bad, so sad, says judge: Apple lawsuit axed

52 posts, Latest by Ozumo at Monday 19th November 2018 17:39 GMT

Dell upping its margins again: Precision 5530 laptop will sting you for $13m. Yep, six zeroes

71 posts, Latest by Glen 1 at Saturday 10th November 2018 12:25 GMT

Facebook quietly admits role in Myanmar killing fields – but fret not, it will do better next time

25 posts, Latest by Joe Montana at Saturday 10th November 2018 13:48 GMT

Apple replaces boot-loop watchOS edition with unconnected complications edition

29 posts, Latest by onefang at Saturday 10th November 2018 00:09 GMT

iPhone XR, for when £1,000 is just too much for a smartmobe

75 posts, Latest by ryokeken at Thursday 22nd November 2018 10:47 GMT

Web Foundation launches internet hippie manifesto: 'We've lost control of our data, it is being used against us'

40 posts, Latest by brym at Wednesday 7th November 2018 22:15 GMT

Google: All right, screw it, from this Christmas, Chrome will block ALL adverts on dodgy sites

40 posts, Latest by JohnFen at Thursday 8th November 2018 18:26 GMT

Supreme Court tells Big Cable to shut up for once: Net neutrality challenge shot down

31 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Tuesday 11th December 2018 08:44 GMT

Planet Computers straps proper phone to its next Psion scion, Cosmo

59 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Wednesday 7th November 2018 10:48 GMT

Smartphone industry is in 'recession'! Could it be possible we have *gasp* reached 'peak tech'?

69 posts, Latest by Dave559 at Monday 12th November 2018 14:49 GMT

Boom! Just like that the eSIM market emerges – and jolly useful it is too

95 posts, Latest by Charles 9 at Thursday 8th November 2018 18:28 GMT

Wow. Apple's only gone and killed off Mac, iPad, iPhone family... figures for units sold to fans

49 posts, Latest by ThomH at Monday 5th November 2018 19:10 GMT

Worldwide Web wizard Tim Berners-Lee sticks wellington boot into Worldwide Web's giants: Time to break 'em up?

49 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Friday 9th November 2018 00:41 GMT

5.1 update sends Apple's Watch 4 bling spinning into an Infinite Loop of reboot cycles

35 posts, Latest by Warm Braw at Saturday 3rd November 2018 08:46 GMT

Mourning Apple's war against sockets? The 2018 Mac mini should be your first port of call

155 posts, Latest by Bob Carter at Monday 5th November 2018 21:45 GMT

Chuck this on expenses: £2k iPad paints Apple as the premium fondleslab specialist – as planned

67 posts, Latest by JDX at Friday 2nd November 2018 12:41 GMT

50 ways to leave your lover, but four to sniff browser history

19 posts, Latest by elregviewer at Thursday 1st November 2018 11:36 GMT

Bird, Lime, and Xiaomi face scooter sueball

24 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Thursday 1st November 2018 13:47 GMT

Apple's launch confirms one thing: It's determined to kill off the laptop for iPads

152 posts, Latest by jimmy-o at Wednesday 7th November 2018 10:46 GMT

Apple breathes new life into MacBook Air with overhauled 2018 model

84 posts, Latest by moopet at Monday 26th November 2018 09:22 GMT

BlackBerry KEY2 LE: The first budget Android QWERTY for years

34 posts, Latest by bazza at Thursday 1st November 2018 18:41 GMT

iPhone XR guts reveal sizzle of the XS without the excessive price tag

48 posts, Latest by xpz393 at Tuesday 6th November 2018 08:14 GMT

With the 6T, OnePlus hopes to shed 'cheeky upstart' tag and launch assault on flagships

81 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Thursday 8th November 2018 11:54 GMT

The Chinese are here: Xiaomi to bring phones to the UK next month

46 posts, Latest by mithrenithil at Wednesday 31st October 2018 09:56 GMT

From today, it's OK in the US to thwart DRM to repair your stuff – if you keep the tools a secret

96 posts, Latest by MachDiamond at Saturday 3rd November 2018 22:10 GMT

Florida man won't be compelled to reveal iPhone passcode, yet

67 posts, Latest by Charles 9 at Thursday 1st November 2018 07:46 GMT

Jeez, not now, Iran... Facebook catches Mid East nation running trolly US, UK politics ads

18 posts, Latest by martinusher at Tuesday 30th October 2018 21:52 GMT

China tells Trump to use a Huawei phone to avoid eavesdroppers

41 posts, Latest by j2f8j8j2fj at Tuesday 30th October 2018 15:20 GMT

Got a new Surface? Have some firmware. Old Surface? La la la la la, we can't hear you

22 posts, Latest by John Brown (no body) at Sunday 28th October 2018 17:46 GMT

Yes, Americans, you can break anti-piracy DRM if you want to repair some of your kit – US govt

66 posts, Latest by whoseyourdaddy at Wednesday 31st October 2018 02:17 GMT

Ad blocking. All fun and games – until it gets political: Union websites banned by uBlock Origin

23 posts, Latest by Chilly8 at Monday 5th November 2018 20:43 GMT

Xiaomi waggles Mi MIX 3, the first smartphone packing 10GB RAM

18 posts, Latest by grumpy-old-person at Wednesday 31st October 2018 15:05 GMT

Finally, someone takes a stand against Apple, Samsung for slowing people's phones. Just a few million dollars, tho

32 posts, Latest by cam at Thursday 1st November 2018 15:29 GMT

Apple boss decries 'data industrial complex' while pocketing, er, billions to hook Google into iOS

30 posts, Latest by onefang at Friday 26th October 2018 00:48 GMT

Motorola: Oops, phone busted? Grab a spudger and go get 'em, champ

38 posts, Latest by YTC#1 at Thursday 1st November 2018 11:36 GMT

Facebook, Google sued for 'secretly' slurping people's whereabouts – while Feds lap it up

38 posts, Latest by MonkeyControl at Friday 26th October 2018 07:59 GMT

HP says: Like, comment and subscribe to our beastly workstations

6 posts, Latest by Korev at Wednesday 24th October 2018 15:39 GMT

Can 'blockchain' mobe Exodus stem movement of HTC's Jah people?

9 posts, Latest by soulrideruk at Wednesday 24th October 2018 20:57 GMT

Samsung's graphene batteries promise to charge five times faster – without exploding

42 posts, Latest by Evil_Goblin at Tuesday 30th October 2018 09:40 GMT

Happy 60th birthday, video games. Thank William Higinbotham for your misspent evenings

45 posts, Latest by allthecoolshortnamesweretaken at Sunday 28th October 2018 21:04 GMT

Silent running: Computer sounds are so '90s

217 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Sunday 4th November 2018 11:17 GMT

FYI: Drone maker DJI's 'Get it on Google Play' website button definitely does not get the app from Google Play...

56 posts, Latest by the future is back! at Tuesday 23rd October 2018 13:20 GMT

Oz to turn pirates into vampires: You won't see their images in mirrors

53 posts, Latest by Oengus at Sunday 21st October 2018 23:55 GMT

All through the house, not a creature was stirring... especially Samsung smartwatches: Batteries empty at 3AM

25 posts, Latest by Anonymous Coward at Sunday 21st October 2018 22:19 GMT

Apple to dump Intel CPUs from Macs for Arm – yup, the rumor that just won't die is back

111 posts, Latest by gnasher729 at Saturday 27th October 2018 09:37 GMT

Android creator Andy Rubin's firm might think its phone is Essential, but 30% of staff are not

17 posts, Latest by xanda at Saturday 20th October 2018 13:04 GMT

Well slap my ass and call me Judy, Microsoft's Surface Pro 6 is just as hard to fix as the old one

51 posts, Latest by wallaby at Monday 22nd October 2018 06:32 GMT

The new Huawei is going upmarket, but the old Huawei still threatens

31 posts, Latest by ipaxa at Sunday 21st October 2018 22:23 GMT

Raspberry Pi fans up in arms as Mathematica disappears from Raspbian downloads

41 posts, Latest by makseo at Monday 12th November 2018 08:23 GMT

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