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HP Stream x360: Flippable and stylish Chromebook killer

ReviewCheap as chips Wintel laptop in 'actually rather good' shocker

It's all got complicated: The costs of data recovery

Do the sums, folks. You won't be disappointed

Toyota Yaris Hybrid: Half-pint composite for the urban jungle

Vulture at the WheelLittle mixer won’t excite but it cuts the mustard in the city

Saturn's rings, radio waves ... poetry? At home with Scotland's Mr Physics

Geek's Guide to BritainJames Clerk Maxwell's house

CoreOS bags $12m, touts Tectonic – a DIY Google cloud for big biz

Kubernetes container control freak is in ... but Docker is out

Don't be stiffed by spies, stand up to Uncle Sam with your proud d**k pics – says Snowden

VidTV funnyman John Oliver gives whistleblower a hard time

Nvidia v Qualcomm, Samsung: Thumbs up from judge in patent row

Beak says patent language means what Nv says it means

Liberal MP threatens journo with metadata probe

Assistant infrastructure minister Jamie Briggs Tweets up a storm

Samsung's bend blame blast: We DEMAND a Galaxy S6 Edge do-over

VidTest that cracked phablet's screen WASN'T FAIR, wails chaebol

Android alt-wars: OnePlus looses Cyanogen-slaying OxygenOS firmware

Biz ships homegrown rival to skirt India ban

Feds ponder jamming journo comms in Australian Parliament

Because terrorism, apparently

Intel: We came here to bury our Mobile chip business, not praise it

New reporting structure hides handheld division's deep losses

Job ad appears for CEO of Turnbull's digital transformation office

Ad appears ten weeks after launch, bringing us disruption at the speed of Canberra

Pro-tip: Steal a TARDIS to survive Windows Server preview death

Or some other time machine if you want continuous testing, Microsoft seems to be saying

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