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open OnePlus 6T: Tasteful, powerful – and much cheaper than a flagship 90
open Facebook's CEO on his latest almighty Zuck-up: OK, we did try to smear critics, but I was too out-of-the-loop to know 45
open Sorry, Mr Zuckerberg isn't in London that day. Or that one. Nope. I'd give up if I were you 40
open Mi 8 Pro: Xiaomi early buyers wait for modern firmware 8
open iPhone XS: Just another £300 for a better cam- Wait, come back! 90
open A new Raspberry Pi takes a bow with all of the speed but less of the RAM 73
By adam 40
open Samsung unveils next-generation 8nm Exynos silicon 11
By big_D
open Scam or stunt? It's looking like the latter... Xiaomi so sorry for £1 smartphone 'promo' 48
open YouTube supremo says vid-streaming-slash-piracy giant can't afford EU's copyright overhaul 89
open 'Frontline workers' of the world, unite! And grab yourselves a Surface Go White Van Man edition 13
By J__M__M
open Huawei Mate 20 Pro: If you can stomach the nagware and price, it may be Droid of the Year 107
By GX5000
open Upgraders rejoice! The 2018 Mac Mini heralds a return to memory slots! 27
open One UI to end gropes: Samsung facelift crowns your thumb the king 25
open ZX Spectrum reboot scandal firm's original directors rejoin 26
open My hoard of obsolete hardware might be useful… one day 258
By Soruk
open In news that will shock, er, actually a few of you, Amazon backs down in dispute with booksellers 31
open This just in: What? No, I can't believe it. The 2018 MacBook Air still a huge pain to have repaired 66
open Xiaomi anarchy in the UK: Chinese tat-flinger wants to slip its cheapo flagships in Brit pockets 25
open Samsung 'reveals' what looks like a tablet that folds into a phone, but otherwise we're quite literally left in the dark 76
By JohnFen
open Upset fat iOS gobbles up so much storage? Too bad, so sad, says judge: Apple lawsuit axed 52
By Ozumo
open Dell upping its margins again: Precision 5530 laptop will sting you for $13m. Yep, six zeroes 71
By Glen 1
open Facebook quietly admits role in Myanmar killing fields – but fret not, it will do better next time 25
open Apple replaces boot-loop watchOS edition with unconnected complications edition 30
open iPhone XR, for when £1,000 is just too much for a smartmobe 75
open Web Foundation launches internet hippie manifesto: 'We've lost control of our data, it is being used against us' 40
By brym
open Google: All right, screw it, from this Christmas, Chrome will block ALL adverts on dodgy sites 40
By JohnFen
open Supreme Court tells Big Cable to shut up for once: Net neutrality challenge shot down 31
open Planet Computers straps proper phone to its next Psion scion, Cosmo 59
open Smartphone industry is in 'recession'! Could it be possible we have *gasp* reached 'peak tech'? 69
By Dave559
open Boom! Just like that the eSIM market emerges – and jolly useful it is too 95
open Wow. Apple's only gone and killed off Mac, iPad, iPhone family... figures for units sold to fans 49
By ThomH
open Worldwide Web wizard Tim Berners-Lee sticks wellington boot into Worldwide Web's giants: Time to break 'em up? 49
open 5.1 update sends Apple's Watch 4 bling spinning into an Infinite Loop of reboot cycles 35
open Mourning Apple's war against sockets? The 2018 Mac mini should be your first port of call 157
open Chuck this on expenses: £2k iPad paints Apple as the premium fondleslab specialist – as planned 67
open 50 ways to leave your lover, but four to sniff browser history 19
open Bird, Lime, and Xiaomi face scooter sueball 24
open Apple's launch confirms one thing: It's determined to kill off the laptop for iPads 152
By jimmy-o
open Apple breathes new life into MacBook Air with overhauled 2018 model 85
open BlackBerry KEY2 LE: The first budget Android QWERTY for years 34
By bazza
open iPhone XR guts reveal sizzle of the XS without the excessive price tag 48
By xpz393
open With the 6T, OnePlus hopes to shed 'cheeky upstart' tag and launch assault on flagships 81
open The Chinese are here: Xiaomi to bring phones to the UK next month 46
open From today, it's OK in the US to thwart DRM to repair your stuff – if you keep the tools a secret 96
open Florida man won't be compelled to reveal iPhone passcode, yet 67
open Jeez, not now, Iran... Facebook catches Mid East nation running trolly US, UK politics ads 18
open China tells Trump to use a Huawei phone to avoid eavesdroppers 41
open Got a new Surface? Have some firmware. Old Surface? La la la la la, we can't hear you 22
open Yes, Americans, you can break anti-piracy DRM if you want to repair some of your kit – US govt 66
open Ad blocking. All fun and games – until it gets political: Union websites banned by uBlock Origin 23
By Chilly8

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