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open Yahoo! Kills! The! Messenger! 41
open Motorola extends modular phone adventure for another year 25
open Chinese tech giant ZTE is back in business – plus or minus $1.4bn and its entire board 26
open The hits keep coming for Facebook: Web giant made 14m people's private posts public 66
open Apple hit with another faulty hardware lawsuit – this time it's the Watch 13
open BlackBerry Key2: Clickier, nippier, but how many people still want a QWERTY? 40
open watchOS 5 hints at new Apple wearables and life beyond the Watch 22
By PhilipN
open Monday: Intel touts 28-core desktop CPU. Tuesday: AMD turns Threadripper up to 32 102
open Hey, Mac fanbois: Got $600,000 burning a hole in your pocket? Splash out on this rare Apple I 38
By Stevie
open Hear that? Of course it's Indiegogo's deadline for a Vega+ whooshing by 53
open Amazon scam trio primed for prison stretch after million-dollar fraud 13
open Finally, San Francisco cleans up the crap from its streets – yes, all those fscking scooters 56
By jake
open Five actually useful real-world things that came out at Apple's WWDC 64
open Dual-screen laptops debut at Asus' Computex chat 57
open Intel claims it’s halved laptop display power slurpage 31
open FYI: Qualcomm hasn't given up on Arm-based Windows 10 slabtops 18
open Facebook insists device data door differs from dodgy dev data deal 22
open Close, but no Tigar! Appeals court slaps judge, drags Apple back into touchscreen spat 6
By DougS
open You know what your problem is, Apple? Complacency 59
By alpine
open Facebook's Trending news box follows fired freelancers out the door 16
open Visa Europe fscks up Friday night with other GDPR: 'God Dammit, Payment Refused' 140
open Indiegogo grants ZX Spectrum reboot firm another two weeks to send a console 36
By Mozzie
open Hello, this is the FTC. You have been selected for a free lawsuit... Robocall pair sued 26
By Nab003
open Arm emits Cortex-A76 – its first 64-bit-only CPU core (in kernel mode) 27
By DrBed
open ZTE can't buy chips from America – but can still get sued for patent infringement in the US 20
By Tom -1
open Those internet trends? It's bad news if you're not Amazon, basically 13
By ecofeco
open Select few to watch World Cup in 4K high dynamic range colour on BBC iPlayer 66
By karimf
open OnePlus 6: Perfect porridge? One has to make a smartphone that's juuuust right 89
By gotes
open Activists hate them! One weird trick Facebook uses to fool people into accepting GDPR terms 60
By Mark 85
open Leaked pics: Motorola to add 'unpatriotic' 5G to 4G phones with magnets 35
By jid
open Facebook's democracy salvage effort tilts scale in Mississippi primary 39
open The great wearables myth busted: Apps never, ever mattered 69
open Android daddy Andy Rubin's Essential axes handset, is 'actively shopping itself' – report 22
open Samsung loses (again) to Apple in patent battle (again). This time to the tune of a mere $539m 31
open New Facebook political ad rules: Now you must prove your ID before undermining democracy 24
By rdhood
open Servers crashed and burned. So, Qualcomm's back to Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V'ing Arm cores into phones 10
open President Trump broke US Constitution with Twitter bans – judge 110
open Top UK court to rule whether 4.5m Brit iPhone fanbois can sue Google over cookies 12
open 'Clive, help us,' say empty-handed ZX Spectrum reboot buyers 54
open HTC U12+: Like a Pixel without the pratfalls, or eye-watering price tag 48
By Piro
open Zuckerberg gets a night off: Much-hyped Euro grilling was all smoke, absolutely no heat 70
By JohnFen
open GDPR for everyone, cries Microsoft: We'll extend Europe's privacy rights worldwide 78
open The future of radio may well be digital, but it won't survive on DAB 216
open 'Facebook takes data from my phone – but I don't have an account!' 201
open Good news: It's still legal for Apple to keep its MacBook, iPhone batteries from melting 24
By JohnFen
open Fella gets 2.5 years in the clink for coughing up cell numbers in $50m junk text message scam 18
open Xiaomi the way: Hyped Chinese giant begins its battle for Britain 34
open Now that's old-school cool: Microsoft techies slap Azure Sphere IoT chip in an Altair 8800 28
open Das blinkenlights are back thanks to RPi revival of the PDP-11 79
By zumbruk
open Facebook Android app caught seeking 'superuser' clearance 73

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