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Intel's announced PCs packing 5G, and that's just plain wrong

Chipzilla needs more than its old PC-making pals to win 5G

He's cheesed it! French flick pirate on the lam to swerve €80m fine, two-year stretch in the clink

A Frenchman? Running away? Gawd, you don't say

Bros, in these taxing times, PC culture has had a major effect on HP

In a good way – Xmas personal computer and printers sales up, tax windfall swells profit

Samsung left off Google's new official Androids-for-biz list

Five carriers make the cut, plus 32 mobile management apps - and four Chinese phone-makers

The YouTube crackdown on fake news: Promoting bonkers Florida school shooting conspiracies

Comment Google, you're doing a heck of a job

Farewell, Android Pay. We hardly tapped you

You still need two Google apps to do everything, though

The Gemini pocket PC is shipping and we've got one. This is what it's like

Exclusive Hands on with the Linux-powered reborn Psion

A game to 'vaccinate' people against fake news? Umm... Fake news

Boffins' plan to prime the public against misinformation nice idea but misses mark

The e-waste warrior, 28,000 copied Windows restore discs, and a fight to stay out of jail

Tech recycler fights prison term for handing out recovery CDs

iPhone X 'slump' is real, whisper supply chain moles

There are now 30 million X-shaped holes in Apple's estimates. Ouch

Sorry, I can't hear you, the line's VoLTE

The path to all-IP calls is not smooth. Just ask EE

Teensy plastic shields are the big new thing in 2018's laptop crop

Webcam shields, security integration, USB-C and micro-desktops are the moderately hot spots for the PC industry

Microsoft ends notifications for Win-Phone 7.5 and 8.0

Sorry to spoil the fun for both of our readers still running them, but support's ended too

When Samsung reveals the S9 at MWC, at least try to act surprised

Is there anything you don't already know?

Oi! Verizon leaked my fiancée's nude pix to her ex-coworker, says bloke

Intimate photos somehow ended up on some other guy's mobe, lawsuit claims

Vermont becomes fifth US state to boot up its own net neutrality rules

Governor Phil Scott signs executive order as battle lines are drawn

Kentucky gov: Violent video games, not guns, to blame for Florida school massacre

First Amendment bad, Second Amendment good?

A computer file system shouldn't lose data, right? Tell that to Apple

Alarm raised over APFS sparse disk images tossing documents into the void

Top tip: Don't bother with Facebook's two-factor SMS auth – unless you love phone spam

Pick another 2FA method: Social network is having a What The Zuck moment

Apple Macs, iThings, smart watches choke on tiny Indian delicacy

Watch out for text bomb that crashes apps and devices over and over and...

You're decorating it wrong: Apple HomePod gives wood ring of death

'Please don’t tell me to oil my wood,' journo begs

Six things I learned from using the iPad Pro for Real Work™

Real world test Think of it as a Version 1.0...

FCC commish gobbles Verizon's phone-locking BS, says it tastes great

Analysis US telco reveals bright idea in response to robberies, ID theft

World+dog ignores Rubin's Wonderdroid

(In)Essential device shipped just 88,000 units last year

Apple's HomePod beams you up into new audio dimensions

Welcome to Planet Frustration, which sounds lovely but won't play nice with others

Getty load of this: Google to kill off 'View image' button in search

Updated Chocolate Factory overhauls picture portal to end legal brouhaha

Facebook gets Weed-whacked: Unilever exec may axe ads over social network's toxic posts

Huge advertiser threatens to turn off Zuck's money tap

Samsung needs to eat itself, not copy Apple's X-rated margins

Analysis Short-term greed risks long-term irrelevance

Wow, MIND-BLOWING: Florida Man gets an earful from 'exploding Apple AirPod' bud

Bloke claims expensive audio kit detonated mid-workout

Jack in black: 12 years on, Twitter finally makes a profit from its firehose of memes and misery

139 months. How fitting for an originally 140-character blog biz

Talk about a hot mic: Dodgy Pixel mobe audio lands Google in court

Class-action seeks compo for crappy phone components

Your day's going crap? Let's rap. Snapchat self-splat chat app chaps zap $350m, Wall St saps clap

A $3.45bn loss in a single year – buy buy buy, yell investors

Indiegogo to ailing ZX Spectrum reboot firm: End of May... or we call the debt collector

Retro Computers: 'We have not been issued with an ultimatum'

Google's cell network Project Fi charged me for using Wi-Fi – lawsuit

Ad giant billed subscribers for Wi-Fi data, punters claim

Of course a mystery website attacking city-run broadband was run by an ISP. Of course

Analysis Fidelity wanted to 'tell the other side of the story' with astroturfing dot-com

Lenovo literally has a screw loose – so it's recalled flagship Carbon X1 ThinkPads

Part may be rattling inside 5th-gen machines, can cause fires

2017 tablet market trended towards torpor

Amazon and Huawei did okay, but overall shipments dipped between six and twelve per cent

US broadband is scarce, slow and expensive. 'Great!' says the FCC

Analysis There's a problem with America's internet? La la la can't hear you, la la la

Here's why online social networks are bad for humanity, the nerds who helped build them tut-tut

Now we've cashed out, here's why everything is terrible

As Facebook pushes yet more fake articles, one news editor tells Mark to get a grip – or Zuck off

Analysis Hard to hear when you're buried under piles of $$$

Apple: iPhone sales are down (but they've never been more lucrative)

Mac also slips in Q1, but revenues don't feel a thing

Super Cali's unrealistic net neutrality process – even though the sound of it is something quite... ferocious

Why draft law won't be enough to protect state's internet

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