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America cooks up its flavor of GDPR – and Google's over the moon

But Uncle Sam has already ruled out any actual laws and fines for breaking rules

Brexit campaigner AggregateIQ challenges UK's first GDPR notice

Canadian biz faces massive fine for allegedly exploiting personal info from Facebook

Facebook sued for exposing content moderators to Facebook

Updated Endless series of beheadings and horrible images take mental toll, US lawsuit claims

Vodafone and EE ship Apple's Watch 4, but not without LTE teething issues

Which gets you the best deal? We did the arithmetic

iFixit engineers have an L of a time pulling apart Apple's iPhone XS

Battery has a weird shape, power is down but hey, it has a hidden Notch!

Remember when Apple's FaceTime stopped working years ago? Yeah, that was deliberate

Class-action lawsuit over iOS 6 snafu allowed to move ahead

Brits pay £490m extra for mobes they already own – Citizens Advice

4 million people keep paying for contracts that include handset charges

GG n00b lol! Amazon frags support for its own games controllers

Game over for gaming strategy that seems to be on Fire, literally

A basement of broken kit, zero budget – now get the team running

On Call Did our hero get the accolades he deserved? Did he @£$%

Probably for the best: Apple makes sure eSIMs won't nuke the operators

Analysis Expect things to stay much as they are

The grand-plus iPhone is the new normal – this is no place for paupers

Analysis Apple kills SE, sends top tier to £1,500

Lenovo Thinkpad X280: Choosing a light luggable isn't so easy

Hands-on I/O, I/O, it's off to to work we go

So Brave: Browser biz sics Brit watchdogs on Google's info slurpage

Software maker and allies demand regulatory strike on behavioral advertising

Apple in XS new sensation: Latest iPhone carries XS-sive price tag

iPhone XS, XS Max and XR coming soon, and Apple Watch gets a major update

You know all those movies you bought from Apple? Um, well, think different: You didn't

As the licensing terms change, your 'purchase' can vanish

Raspberry Pi supremo Eben Upton talks to The Reg about Pi PoE woes

The Pi has got its HAT on. Hip hip hip... oh dear

It's here! Qualcomm's new watch chip is finally here! Oh, uh, never mind

Ancient tech – but it isn't so bad

Pull your chair closer: It's the Reg autumn lecture series

Join us in the tavern for a pint and a chinwag

Nokia reinstates 'hide the Notch' a day after 'Google required' feature kill

Phone maker keen to settle 'Notch-gate'

It's been 5 years already, let's gawp at Microsoft and Nokia's bloodbath

Special Report Rewind and replay in slowmo

Activists raise alarm over insidious creep of surveillance in the UK

Report calls for government data 'firewall', spy-free schools, up-to-date laws

Google's 'other' phone platform turns up in post-apocalyptic mobe

Before you buy that banana, look at this

Canny Brits are nuking the phone bundle

Refurb growing and almost half say 'no way' to Apple

No, no, you're all wrong. That's not a Kremlin agent. It's someone with 'inauthentic behavior'

Comment Tables did not turn but rotated a little for Facebook, Twitter at senate hearing

Facebook flogs dead horse. By flog, we mean sues. And by horse, we mean BlackBerry

Online ad giant returns fire in bid to use IP freely

Benchmark smartphone drama: We wouldn't call it cheating, says Huawei, but look, everyone's at it

Updated So is that a yes or a no?

Skype can now record your 'special moments' in front of the computer

Except that one. Nobody wants that kept for posterity

Enterprise smartphone buyers still pretty dopey about updates

Ungrateful! We've already given staffers mobiles, now they want patches too!

Apple cops to iPhone 8 production oops, offers to fix borked phones

But if you got yours in Europe, no worries

Qualcomm's tardy chip upgrade leaves the Great Wearables Reveal to jokers and clowns

IFA The Android comeback must wait a little longer

Huawei Mate 20 Lite: A business mobe aimed at millennials? Er, OK then

Hands On Number-two phone maker's sub-£400 bracket is getting a little messy

If you weren't rich enough to buy a Surface before, you may as well let that dream die

US-only financing deal lasted all of a year

Lyon for speed, San Francisco for money, Amsterdam for fun: the best cities to be a techie

Global index for folks like you

BlackBerry KEY2 LE: Cheaper QWERTY, but not for what's inside

Hands On If this was full-touch, price tag would be eye-watering

BlackBerry, Sony, Honor and LG flash their new phones for all to see

IFA Hands-on with the latest mobe kit from Berlin show

Hello 'WOS': Windows on Arm now has a price

IFA Full Windows on new Qualcomm silicon at last

‘Very fine people’ rename New York as ‘Jewtropolis’ on Snapchat, Zillow

Update Mapbox acts quickly to wipe hate speech attack from site

HTC U12 Life: Notchless, reasonably priced and proper buttons? Oh joy

Hands On Google's ex makes another play at the midrange

Defense Distributed starts selling gun CAD files amid court drama

We're obeying the injunction, insists founder Cody Wilson

ZX Spectrum reboot scandal: Directors quit, new sack effort started

And those legal costs just aren't going away

Huawei elbows aside Apple to claim number-two phone maker spot

Meanwhile, UK mobe market is still crashing

Cobbler feels the shoe-leather: An IP address is still not a human

Are Adam Sandler fans human? Court didn't rule on that ...

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