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How do you like them Apples? Farewell sensible sized phones, forever

Plus outsells regular iPhone for the first time

Card shark Intel bets with discrete graphics chips, shuffles AMD's GPU boss into the deck

That's a busted flush of a headline

Oh Snap! Rap for crap chat app brats in nine-month $3bn scrap flap

Spiegel's crew lost $2 on every buck they made. But we're definitely not in a bubble

Google's answer to the Pixel 2 XL CRT-style screen burn in: Lower the brightness

Apply these patches – and please don't demand a recall

BT hikes prices for third time in 18 months

Sorry the line is bad... what?

This could be our favorite gadget of 2017: A portable projector

Review The XGIMI CC Aurora is, frankly, outstanding. But a little buggy

Seldom used 'i' mangled by baffling autocorrect bug in Apple's iOS 11

Updated You're typing it wrong, duh

AMD, Intel hate Nvidia so much they're building a laptop chip to spite it

Analysis Just months after Chipzilla trashed its new best friend as an 'unreliable supplier'

Pixel-style display woes on your shiny new X? Perfectly normal, says Apple

Burn in. Weird colours. Welcome to Super Retina

Off-brand tablets look done, but big players are growing

And heeeere comes Amazon with its crazy low prices

For fanbois only? Face ID is turning punters off picking up an iPhone X

More say it's a bad idea than a good idea

OK, we admit it. Under the hood, the iPhone X is a feat of engineering

Tinkerers reveal first Stacked SLP in a mainstream mobe

Qualcomm sues Apple for allegedly blabbing smartphone chip secrets in emails CC'd to Intel

Plus: iGiant announces bumper quarter of sales

HTC U11: U-hoo. Look over here! Two new phones! We're Not Actually Dead

Hands On Google's new best buddy will revive Android One

Funnily enough, when Qualcomm's licensees stop sending in their royalty checks, profits start going south

As Apple 'threatens' to ditch Qualy modems altogether

Simon's Cat app rapped for random 'racy' advert

Single complaint prompts unenforceable ruling. Good job!

Google reveals rapid Bluetooth gadget connection tech

'Fast Pair' works on Androids and some audio devices, Google wants it in your car too

First iPhone X fondlers struggle to admit that Face ID sort of sucks

EuphemismWatch We're holding it wrong! Of course!

Google's phone woes: The Pixel and the damage done

Analysis Hardware is called hardware for a reason

Camera company, huh? Snap's nerd goggles look destined for landfill

Comment Can a dancing hot dog save it?

Why are we disappointed with the best streaming media box on the market?

Review The Roku Ultra is great. But its limitations are showing

Hey, you know why it's called the iPhone X? When you see Apple's repair bill, your response will be X-rated

$279 for the screen? F*%&!*

Car trouble: Keyless and lockless is no match for brainless

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Nissan brings new meaning to 'open door policy'

VR-bonkers Microsoft yanks plug out of Kinect

Motion-tracking bar production halted, gives way to headsets

Sky mobe ad featuring beefcake Tom Hardy banned for being 'misleading'

'Once it was the hot, new model. Not any more'

AMD sales soar, actually makes a profit, beats expectations, share price... decimated

Intel's antitrust shield even loses when it wins

Sick burn, yo: Google's latest Pixel 2 XL suffers old-skool screen singe

Seven days of testing and it's not looking good

Wanna exorcise Intel's secretive hidden CPU from your hardware? Meet Purism's laptops

Free software lovin' crusaders kick out Management Engine

Apple Cook's half-baked defense of the Mac Mini: This kit ain't a leftover

We're not going to fry it, and we're not going to tell you anything more right now

Pixel 2 tinkerers force Google's hand: Secret custom silicon found

They were totally just about to tell us everything

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update tackles IT's true menace: Cheating gamers

Also some security stuff, too

Apple Cook roasted for Chinese app takeaway

Cruz missile targets iPhone head honcho for pulling software from shelves at Middle KIngdom's behest

You can yacht be serious: Larry might be planning his own version of America’s Cup

Positioning it as 'World Series' of yachting

Microsoft exec says ARM-powered Windows laptops have multi-day battery life

For now, consider the new Surface Book 2 with mere 17-hour life and Intels inside

BlackBerry Motion lurches into UK stores

Endurance test for the mobe brand that refuses to die

Fancy fone folks filched fast file flinging, filing fumes: Now Essential accused of slurping wireless chip secrets

It's Andy Rubin v Tony Fadell

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