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Reg writer Richard went to the cupboard, seeking a Windows Phone...

... When he got there, the cupboard was bare... Microsoft: No it's not. Whew!

Revenge pornography ban tramples free speech, law tossed out – where else but Texas!

Rules nixed by US state court over First Amendment fears

Translating Facebook's latest 'Hard Questions' PR spin – The Reg edit

Zuck: Creepy data-harvesting was for YOUR own good

Yay, you've won your Fitbit lawsuit, folks. But, lawyers, about those filet mignon expenses...

Analysis US judge halts $33m class-action gravy train

Amazon, LG Electronics turned my vape into an exploding bomb, says burned bloke in lawsuit

Scalded smoker wants injury damages, healthcare bills paid

Two's company, Three's unbowed: You Brits will pay more for MMS snaps

UK mobe network ups charges for sunshine selfie-takers, just in time for their hols

LESTER gets ready to trundle: The Register's beer-bot has a name

And garners industry attention

Motorola Z2 Force: This one's for the butterfingered Android lovers

'Shatterproof', Mod-tastic, speedier stock Android – there's lots to like

Huawei promises to launch a 5G smartmobe in second half of 2019

From vapourware to reality

Europe turns nose up at new smartphones: Beancounters predict 7% sales drop

Punters wising up to expensive upgrade cycle

Google accidentally reveals new swipe-happy Android UI

We did what? Look again, it's not there

The law of run Nintendo consequences: Sega brings out mini Mega Drive / Genesis

SNES? Bless you! It's a bit smaller than it was 30 years ago

New Galaxy un-smartphone can’t go online because Samsung's thought of the children

Vox ‘n’ text only because Korean super-exam gives students one shot at life

Samsung Galaxy S9: Still the Lord of All Droids

Pricey, but classy

Boffins find new ways to slurp private info from Facebook addicts using precision-targeted ads

Income, pregnancies, personal activities, all up for grabs

HTC Vive Pro virtually stripped. OK, we mean actually stripped. (It’s a VR headset, geddit?)

Somewhere, a Windows Mixed Reality user is weeping silently

PCs were more and less expensive in Q1 as shipments stalled

HP and Lenovo are kings of the ever-shrinking hills, but Dell’s made a move

The true victims of Brexit are poor RuneScape players

Fantasy game ratchets up subscription price

Mark Duckerberg: Second Congressional grilling sees boss dodge questions like a pro

Zuck shows curious amnesia about his own business

Gemini: Vulture gives PDA some Linux lovin'

Review If it looks like, walks like and quacks like a Psion, is it actually a penguin?

'Housemate from hell' catches 24 new charges after alleged nightmare cyberstalking spree

Masshole 'targeted women, families, friends with abuse'

'Our way or the highway' warranty scams shot down by US watchdog: It's OK to use unofficial parts to repair your gear

Warns six major companies, refuses to name names

All the king's horses and all the king's men could probably put Huawei's P20 Pro together again

But it'd be tricky: Teardown folk give mobe 4/10 for repairability

In a sorry state again: Zuckerberg dusts off apology playbook in mea culpa to Congress

Facebook boss shamefaced (again) for flouting basic concepts of privacy (again)

Huawei P20 Pro: Triple-lens shooter promises the Earth ...

Review ... But our vulture's claws have found some flaws

2018's Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon laptop is a lovely lappie

Hands-on review All you'd expect from a premium laptop - except the stupid power brick

'Every little helps'... unless you want email: Tesco to kill free service

Maintained for 3 years since Brit supermarket quit the ISP game

We put Huawei's P20 triple-lens snapper through its paces

Real-world test Like having an AI toddler in your phone

Planning on forking out for the new iPad? Better take darn good care of it

Teardown chaps give Apple's edu-slab 2/10 for repairability

For some reason, you lot love 'em. So here are the many ThinkPads of 2018

We make sense of the range

Grindr: Yeah, we shared your HIV status info with other companies – but we didn't charge them!

Coitus collaboration code claims – THE TRUTH

Intel outside: Apple 'prepping' non-Chipzilla Macs by 2020 (stop us if you're having deja vu)

Plus: Samsung overtakes in semiconductor revenues

Facebook exec extracts foot from mouth: We didn't really mean growth matters more than human life

Damage control needed for damage control

Amazon warns you have 30 days before Music Storage files bloodbath

Jeff Bezos will do to your MP3s what he did to your bookstore

Apple, if you want to win in education, look at what sucks about iPads

Schools still underwhelmed by gaps in Cupertino's shiny slabs

Apple iOS 11.3 adds health records for battery, people too

Privacy also a priority for Apple, unless you're Chinese

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