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Hello, this is the FTC. You have been selected for a free lawsuit... Robocall pair sued

Watchdog says fellas made billions of automated calls

Arm emits Cortex-A76 – its first 64-bit-only CPU core (in kernel mode)

Apps, 32 or 64-bit, will continue to run just fine as design biz looks to ditch baggage

ZTE can't buy chips from America – but can still get sued for patent infringement in the US

America('s lawsuits) First

Those internet trends? It's bad news if you're not Amazon, basically

We read Mary Meeker so you don't have to

Select few to watch World Cup in 4K high dynamic range colour on BBC iPlayer

All you need is access to 40Mbps and extreme masochistic tendencies

OnePlus 6: Perfect porridge? One has to make a smartphone that's juuuust right

Review Standing out from the crowd is getting difficult now

HP Inc will be less Lesjak, Jack: CFO retires as PC'n'printer biz shifts more gear

And trims its headcount, too

Activists hate them! One weird trick Facebook uses to fool people into accepting GDPR terms

You (actually may not) have a new message waiting for you

Leaked pics: Motorola to add 'unpatriotic' 5G to 4G phones with magnets

It's a Mod 'un world

Facebook's democracy salvage effort tilts scale in Mississippi primary

Political ad rules come at a bad time for some politicians

The great wearables myth busted: Apps never, ever mattered

Analysis Garmin grabs No.2 smartwatch spot

Android daddy Andy Rubin's Essential axes handset, is 'actively shopping itself' – report

Going cheap: smartphone startup with big ambitions

Samsung loses (again) to Apple in patent battle (again). This time to the tune of a mere $539m

정말 짜증난다!

New Facebook political ad rules: Now you must prove your ID before undermining democracy

The horse is a speck on the horizon – but at least the barn door now has a bolt on it

Servers crashed and burned. So, Qualcomm's back to Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V'ing Arm cores into phones

Pocket fondleslabs using Snapdragon 710s arriving now

President Trump broke US Constitution with Twitter bans – judge

No, not the Russian probing. No, not money from foreign governments. No, not firing of officials. Twitter

Top UK court to rule whether 4.5m Brit iPhone fanbois can sue Google over cookies

A tale of lawyer-funding venture capitalists and Mountain View

'Clive, help us,' say empty-handed ZX Spectrum reboot buyers

Will legendary Brit inventor step in to save the day?

HTC U12+: Like a Pixel without the pratfalls, or eye-watering price tag

Hands on Google may have gobbled its talent but, yes, it's clinging on

Zuckerberg gets a night off: Much-hyped Euro grilling was all smoke, absolutely no heat

Analysis For European Union politicos, question time is all about the Qs, no As

GDPR for everyone, cries Microsoft: We'll extend Europe's privacy rights worldwide

Euroland is the new California – but not everyone is happy

The future of radio may well be digital, but it won't survive on DAB

It's neither the best technology, nor the most adaptable

'Facebook takes data from my phone – but I don't have an account!'

Reg reader finds mobile apps can't be cut or quieted

Good news: It's still legal for Apple to keep its MacBook, iPhone batteries from melting

Cupertino beats Uniloc after judge disses 'sweeping, abstract' trollish patent claim

Fella gets 2.5 years in the clink for coughing up cell numbers in $50m junk text message scam

And has to cough up $350,000 in ill-gotten gains

Xiaomi the way: Hyped Chinese giant begins its battle for Britain

Analysis We're no pushover

Now that's old-school cool: Microsoft techies slap Azure Sphere IoT chip in an Altair 8800

Cloudy tech seen in oversized suit holding temperature probe

Das blinkenlights are back thanks to RPi revival of the PDP-11

Retro computing fans wrap classic DEC fascia round world's fave hobby machine

Facebook Android app caught seeking 'superuser' clearance

Updated And what reason would you have not to trust Facebook with your personal data?

What's up with that ZX Spectrum reboot? Still no console

Indiegogo debt collector deadline looms ever closer...

Huawei Honor 10: At £399, plenty of bang for buck – it's a pity about the snaps

Review Midmarket gamechanger let down by eccentric imaging

Intel’s first 10nm CPU is a twin-core i3 destined for a mid-range Lenovo

Wake us up when things get more interesting than a 2.2GHz 4MB cache laptop chip, please

Super Cali goes ballistic: mugshot site atrocious

Beccara says extortion scheme immoral and felonious

Microsoft returns to Valley of Death? Cheap Surface threatens the hardware show

Analysis No margin for error

OnePlus smartmobe brand modelled on 'a religion', founder admits

Shenzhen cult gathers the faithful

Off with e's head: E-cig explosion causes first vaping death

See kids, your parents were right – smoking is bad for you

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