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Nintendo to investors: Pokémon Go won't make money come

Facts whack share price, taking the shine off Tokyo launch

No, the VCR is not about to die. It died years ago. Now it's VHS/DVD combo boxes' turn

Japan's Funai sold 750,000 units last year, but parts are hard to come by so it's quitting

Samsung: You won't settle? Fine, we'll do this the Huawei

South Korean electronics giant countersues in patent spat

White House to bung electric car industry $4.5bn in loans

Before you buy that Tesla though…

Revealed: How Dell can afford $67bn for EMC – by selling $650k laptops

World exclusive Ambitious finance plan looks to bring big bucks

Microsoft's 3D Jedi phone explored

Ambitious but doomed UX experiment, I see

Tight-wad Apple repair techs swapped our damaged iGear with used kit – lawsuit

Help! They switched our used phones with...er… used phones

Official: AMD now stands for Avoiding Miserable Death

Officially on El Reg, that is – Mini-chipzilla in the black after strong console chip sales

Apple Watch craze over before it started: Wrist-puter drags market screaming off a cliff

Sir Jony ive's Waterloo

Selfie-proof smartmobes will hit stores for Christmas

Corning's Gorilla Glass 5.0 can survive 80 per cent of 1.6m drops, at least in the lab

What do you call a spreadsheet with decent numbers for a change? qualcomm_q3_2016.xlsx

China sales, overdue royalties help chip biz right its ship

Microsoft Azure doubles up to $800m a quarter – and is wiped out by dying phone sales

Analysis Win some, you lose some: profit up, revenue down

Shock: Apple patents the phone book

Cupertino pondering cellular broadband tech in laptops

What keeps former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani awake at night?

Sketch You WON’T BELIEVE THE ANSWER

BlackBerry chief: We don't have to make phones to make phones

If you see what I mean. Do you? Does anyone?

For $800 you can buy internet engineers' answer to US government spying

Open-source CrypTech board launches in Berlin

What will laws on self-driving cars look like? Think black boxes and 'minimum attention'

German government and United Nations plan for the future

AT&T: We wanna be a drone company, not just a phone company

Vid Aerial inspectors, air traffic control and flying COWs ahead

Did mock cop bot trot on fraught tot? Maybe not

Mall patrol droid maker hits back at claims its machine ran over a kid

FTC lets Nest off the hook over Revolv IoT hub bricking shame

US watchdog puts out advisory for other smart home makers

Gaming apps, mugging and bad case of bruised Pokéballs

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Time for trouble (make it double)

Pokemon Go Directly To Jail if you hunt here, says Oz Justice Dept

Reminds hunters of fines and jail terms for using recording devices in court houses

Dear Tesla, stop calling it autopilot – and drivers are not your guinea pigs

People too trusting about tech, mag finds

Microsoft silently kills dev backdoor that boots Linux on locked-down Windows RT slabs

Patch Tuesday wasn't just about browser bugs

Thermostat biz Nest warms to home security, touts cam with cloud storage subscription

What could go wrong?

Salesforce bins all Android phones bar Nexii and Galaxies

Also cancels support for Nexus Tabs, old iOS devices in future apps

Smartphones aren't tiny PCs, but that's how we use them in the West

In China, they get it, QR codes are like money and mobile payments are everywhere

IBM caps '20 years' of deep MS love with Surface deal

As Seattle surfaces surface as a service service. Serious....

Pokemon Go oh no no no, we're not reading your email, says gamemaker

Final update God-mode access token found in wildly popular app

Galaxy S7 Active can't swim, claims site. But it can, vendor retorts

Consumer Reports says phone more aqua-phobic than billed

Android Mew-ware, I choose you: Code nasty poses as Pokemon GO

DroidJack wants to peek-at-you

Facebook offers end-to-end encrypted chat – if you find the right setting

There's always a catch

Our man pops the hood on Intel's v4 engine: Broadwell Xeons

Sysadmin Blog Taking new chips for a test drive

Remember those stupid hoverboards? 500,000+ recalled in the US after they started exploding

Vid This Wheel's On Fire

The truth about Silent Circle's super-secure, hyper-privacy phones: No one's buying them

Android mobe maker and Geeksphone fall out over debts

AMD promises code fix for power-hungry Radeon RX 480 GPU

Intel's punching bag says it's working on a patch

Huge double boxset of Android patches lands after Qualcomm disk encryption blown open

What a coincidence

So. Farewell then, BlackBerry Classic. You were a classic ... of sorts

RIM's strange journey to the design museum

Gigabyte BIOS blight fright: Your megabytes’ rewrite plight in the spotlight

Vendors queue for punishment as 'ThinkPwn' fallout spreads

Huawei: Our fake phone camera pic shame

Chinese giant caught using expensive cam to shoot photo supposedly taken by mobe

Obi Worldphone MV1: It's striking, it's solid. Aaaand... we've run out of nice things to say

Review Sculley-backed Cyanogen contender falls short

New phones rumoured as BlackBerry cans BB10 production

Rebadged Alcatel imminent?