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Samsung plans Galaxy Note 7 fire sale

Flaming phablet stockpile to be refurbished, resold, rented and/or broken up for parts

Bloke whose drone was blasted out of sky by angry dad loses another court battle for compo

Snoopers get shotguns

Ofcom wants automatic compensation for the people when ISPs fail

Watchdog proposes fines for everyday repairs, installations and appointments are missed

US Senate votes to let broadband ISPs sell your browser histories

Hear that? That's the sound of ringing tills, sorry, freedom

'Clearance sale' shows Apple's iPad is over. It's done

Comment Cheaper or more sophisticated? Cupertino does neither

With Skype, Microsoft's messaging strategy looks coherent at last (almost)

Analysis It'll probably change next week

Speaking in Tech: Glassholes are COOL now Apple's doing it

Podcast Plus, Lego tape, the decline of Uber, Brexit for dummies and more!

New iPad revealed. Big price cut is main feature

iPhone also now comes in charitable red and the iPhone SE doubles up on memory

Linux-using mates gone AWOL? Netflix just added Linux support

Brace yourselves, netadmins, streamer's promising more and chunkier vids everywhere

Android O my god! It's finally here (for devs)

Will Google's operating system be an 'oh baby' or an 'oh dear' moment for programmers?

$1m Popslate e-ink screen venture tanks, Indiegogo backers flame out

Smartphone hardware school of hard knocks

Huawei's P10 breathing on Samsung's shoulder

Review Pocket powerhouse

Samsung's Bixby totally isn't a Siri ripoff because look – it'll go in phones, TVs, fridges, air con...

If it's cloud connected and has a mic, it'll run it, beams exec

ARM's big.LITTLE now big.LITTLE.fat.SKINNY: CPU designer makes room for accelerators

AI. Check. Machine learning. Check. Brand name. Check

Google Fiber goes full Wizard of Oz: We're not in Kansas any more

Analysis City wakes up to emails cancelling long-awaited 1Gbps broadband

Face down in a Shoreditch gutter: Attack of the kickstarting hipster

Something for the Weekend, Sir? The PC doctor will see (in) you now...

Google borks Nexus 6 with screwy over-the-air Android 7.0 downgrade

A meltdown week for the Chocolate Factory

Why is the Sinclair ZX Spectrum Vega+ project so delayed?

Investigation £500,000 pledged by thousands on Indiegogo, yet still no product

Headphone batteries flame out mid-flight, ignite new Li-Ion fears

Crew douses flaming 'phones in bucket of water, but passenger couldn't escape nasty singeing

Mini-VODAFAIL hits Australia

Vodafone's network wasn't talking for a few hours on Wednesday

Borked browser baked into Nintendo Switch

How about switching to a recent version that's actually secure, Nintendo?

Oracle gives FCC a great big sloppy kiss: You're doing a great job axing net neutrality, privacy

But why?

BBC hooks up with ITV, launches long awaited US subscription VoD

Analysis We're coming to America

Huawei's just changed the way you'll use Android

And nobody noticed

Shopping for PCs? Ding, dong, the Dock is dead in 2017's new models

The world's big three PC vendors tell us what they expect you will buy this year

Watt the f... Dim smart meters caught simply making up readings

Current-measuring circuits flawed, potentially over-charge homes, study finds

YouTube TV will be huge. Apple must respond

It is the world’s largest online vid-slinger, after all

Did your in-flight entertainment widget suck? It's Panasonic's fault, claims software biz

Seat-back systems deliberately cripple non-Pana code – lawsuit

Intel's dying Atom chips strike again: Netgear recalls four ReadyNAS, Wi-Fi management lines

Hardware maker offers to replace or repair at-risk kit

Nintendo Switch orders delayed: Dun dun dun... dundundun dundundun dadada!

Thumb-twitchers will just have to go for a walk this weekend. Or read a book

Palmtop nostalgia is tinny music to my elephantine ears

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Pause, play, rewind, break… buy another pair

Li-ion king Goodenough creates battery he says really is... good enough

Batt inventor John is back – and says his latest design charges fast, holds more energy

Wearables aren't dead but apps on wearables might be

The only data you want on your wrist describes your pulse

Nokia 3310 'Supremo Putin' edition goes on sale in Russia

If you like retro tech, dictator chic and paying far too much for stuff, this is for you!

Anyone for Virtual Monkey Tennis? Telco tries to sell us on 5G

MWC Forget gigabit phones – what do we do with all that lovely bandwidth?

Who will banish spy-cam drones from US skies? The FAA doesn't want to do it. EPIC disagrees

Privacy warriors drag reluctant aviation watchdog to court

Raspberry Pi gives us all new 'Pi Zero W' for its fifth birthday

Adds Wi-Fi and Bluetooth to Pi Zero, bumps price from thrifty $5 to slightly less thrifty $10

Net neutrality? Bye bye, says American Pai

MWC Them good ole ISPs are drinking whiskey and rye

The most l33t phone of MWC: DarkMatter's Katim

MWC The secure, self destructing mobe for heads of state... and big enterprises

TWO BILLION PCs to sell in next five years

Which sounds great! Shame annual sales will be less in 2021 than they were in 2016

You want a 4-SIM mobe? Never mind why – your wish might come true

MWC Moto puts Mods on speed

Sony: Never mind the phones – look out at what our crazy lab scientists have done

MWC Talking robots! My word, has science gone too far?

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