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The iPod Touch is all that remains now and it's had two models axed
Mobes no longer worth stealing, San Francisco DA declares
Big Cable falls into wormhole to alternate universe, sends back blog post about USA's amazing broadband
Analysis You are wrong about internet speeds. Love, NCTA
Review All the details on the less cheap-as-chips device
Analysis Uni in line for a lot of cheddar from Cook and Co
Customers whinge it's 'roaming at home like 2012'
Ryzen gets desktops back in the black
Move over, Mayweather and McGregor
Interview On 20,000 changes a day, its public task and beautiful, beautiful maps
Leaks point to pricey behemoth
Users forced to sightsee, look up from their phones
Components just aren't made any more and Fairphone can't afford more batteries
County had hoped to protect land from gamer stampede
Feds made Naples man an offer he can't refuse
Chipzilla takes number, joins queue to kick Snapdragon biz in the ball arrays
Analysis That's the bad news. The good news is they've banned Bieber, too
At this point does anyone still care?
World+dog: Oh no you haven't!
Promises firmware fix for superhub 3/Intel's Puma 6 'shortly'
The Tale of the Left Behind
Apple's royalties and licensing boycott taking a heavy toll
Updated iGiant bankrolls manufacturers' legal battle royale over patent license fees
More time to play Snake
Analysis Cable giant shares its thoughts on costs, freedom
Lengthy filing by Internet Association highlights value of today's rules
Is there nowhere corps won't try and sell you stuff?
Here are some pictures. And, er, that's all we've got for you
Unclear if code was first mistaken for avant garde instrumental
Et tu, Vertu? Then fall, geezers
Also a bald-faced liar
You have no chance to survive make your time
Great... if you could use it
1941 German army crypto machine found in Romanian flea market
Analysis The good, the bad and the ugly parts of Redmond's white space internet
Have we just reached Peak Register?
KEYone flagship crumbles under pressure
A hard-won hit at five
Or you could buy two of the cheaper battery-pack keyboards for less than the wireless kit
Microsoft pulls the plug on support for dedicated smartphone OS
Review Glassy, glossy, sassy... but smudgy
'Cut-price' car could be yours, in a year or more, for 'just' $35k