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Facebook, Google, Microsoft scolded for tricking people into spilling their private info

Manipulative user interfaces lead netizens away from privacy

BlackBerry KEY2: Remember buttons? Boy, does this phone sure have them

Review Busy business device that puts you back in control

USB-C for Surface owners arrives in form of a massive dongle

$79.99 gets you a single USB-C port for your costly computer

The suits helped biz PC makers feed their kids in bumper Q2

Sales of computers rebound across Western Europe

Amazon, eBay and pals agree to Europe's other GDPR: Generally Dangerous Products Removed from websites

Only in EU land – tough luck for the rest of the world

HTC U12+: You said we should wait and review the retail product. Hate to break it to you, but...

Review WTF were they thinking?

Qualcomm still serious about Windows 10 on Arm: Engineers work on '12W' Snapdragon 1000

Dev kit leak seemingly backed by techies' job descriptions

At last! Apple admits its MacBook Pro butterfly keyboards utterly suck, offers free replacements

FYI: This article was typed o a roken Apple quirky keyoard – ad it loody well shows

Buttonless and port-free: Expect the next iPhone to be as smooth as a baby's bum

Wot? No Lightning?

Nintendo Labo: After a day spent fiddling with flaps, you may be ready to, er, Lego

But for real, this kit is great for fooling kids into liking STEM

How a tax form kludge gifted the world 25 joyous years of PDF

A worthy lesson in nifty programming and embracing standards

Atari accuses El Reg of professional trolling and making stuff up. Welp, here's the interview tape for you to decide...

We're so very sorry that we found the MP3. Sad

AT&T sends in startup shill to shake up Cali's net neutrality safeguards

Analysis Oh look it's 'tech startup advocacy group' CALinnovates again

Verizon promises to stop selling its subscribers' location data... for now

But T-Mobile US and Sprint? Not so much

Apple takes $9m kick down under after bricking iPhones

Victory for the right to repair crowd, but a flea bite for Apple

Ailing ZX Spectrum reboot firm kicks crisis meeting into long grass

2-week delay on vote to dismiss current directors

Google says Pixel 2's narcoleptic display is being fixed in June update

Wake up, little snoozy

Jawbone bods allegedly jogged off to Fitbit with secret gadget blueprints

Staffers accused of swiping trade secrets face criminal charges

Indiegogo lawyer asks ZX Spectrum reboot firm: Where's the cash?

Crowdfunder asks to be reimbursed on behalf of backers

This HTC U12+ review page is left intentionally blank

Review Why we're not writing about it – just yet

Budget Surface 'spotted' in Microsoft's crystal ball

The Surface of the future-ture-ture

Turns out China loves VR. Wires and powerful hardware, less so.

Research shows desire for standalone headsets in the People's Republic

Facebook tells users to report crappy customer service from advertisers

Threatens to ban ads from businesses with low marks

Tesla undecimates its workforce but Elon insists everything's absolutely fine

Nine per cent of workers to be given their marching orders

Every bloody gadget in the house is ringing. Thanks, EE

Smart numbers make UK debut

Xiaomi the money? OK, here's a one beeeeellion dollar loss ahead of IPO

There's more to them than phones. Like, er, scooters!

Yahoo! Kills! The! Messenger!

Chat app won't be part of Purple Palace's Oath chapter

Motorola extends modular phone adventure for another year

Pimp my phone... for a price

Chinese tech giant ZTE is back in business – plus or minus $1.4bn and its entire board

Mostly minus... as Republicans and Democrats seethe at deal

The hits keep coming for Facebook: Web giant made 14m people's private posts public

Latest privacy gaffe is nothing if not impeccably timed

Apple hit with another faulty hardware lawsuit – this time it's the Watch

Swelling batteries causes headache for Cupertino

BlackBerry Key2: Clickier, nippier, but how many people still want a QWERTY?

Hands On Second Time Lucky

watchOS 5 hints at new Apple wearables and life beyond the Watch

Analysis The web on your wrist... and elsewhere

Monday: Intel touts 28-core desktop CPU. Tuesday: AMD turns Threadripper up to 32

It's crazy how a little competition can cause that

Hey, Mac fanbois: Got $600,000 burning a hole in your pocket? Splash out on this rare Apple I

Same price as sixty obsolescent flash Apple Watches

Hear that? Of course it's Indiegogo's deadline for a Vega+ whooshing by

Updated Says Retro Computers Limited debt collection is still happening – but where's the money gone?

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