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open There is a Santa! BT prises remnants of InLink from jaws of administration 21
By Korev
open No Motorola Razr comeback orders in 2019: Costly foldy nostalgia mobe pulled back 25
By DiViDeD
open Fuming French monopoly watchdog is so incensed by Google's 'random' web ad rules, it's fining the US giant, er, <1% annual profit 38
open Brother, can you spare a dime: Flickr owner sends mass-email begging for subscriptions 54
open UK cops lost nearly twice as much of their own tech kit this year, says thinktank 20
open Hold my Bose, we can do premium: Sennheiser chucks pricey wireless cans at travellers 65
open ACLU sues America's border cops: Tell us everything about these secret search teams targeting travelers 72
open Who's that padding down the chimney? It's Puma, with its weird £80 socks for gamers 57
open Huawei's P40 and P40 Pro handsets will not ship with Google Mobile Services, Richard Yu confirms 42
By jmecher
open InLink Limited limited: Firm that puts up UK's ad-supported phone booths enters administration 44
open Remember Unrollme, the biz that helped you automatically ditch unwanted emails? Yeah, it was selling your data 27
open I don't want to go on the cart! Windows 10 Mobile hauls itself from the grave one last time 22
open iFixit surgeons dissect Apple's pricey Mac Pro: Industry standard sockets? Repair diagrams? Who are you and what have you done to Apple? 99
open What do you mean your eardrums need a break? Samsung-owned JBL touts solar-powered wireless headphones you don't need to charge 36
open What do Nginx, Twitch... and the English Premier League have in common? Russians. It's always the Russians 20
open Alphabet, Apple, Dell, Tesla, Microsoft exploit child labor to mine cobalt for batteries, human-rights warriors claim 66
By sijpkes
open My eyes thank you, Google: Android to get dark mode scheduling in future update 33
By Roland6
open Amazon Germany faces Christmas strikes from elf stackers, packers and dispatchers 62
open Why is the printer spouting nonsense... and who on earth tried to wire this plug? 280
open How many steps was that, then? Uncle Sam's lawyers, watchdog race to probe Google's Fitbit gobble 11
open How much cheese does one person need to grate? Mac Pro pricing unveiled 75
open Lobes carry the load, says IDC: 'Hearables' sector accounts for half of all tech clobber sold 5
open Final update doled out to those who let Google sit on their face: Glass Explorer Edition cut off from the mothership 14
open Xerox woos HP stock owners with talk of layoffs, selloffs and cash payouts post merger 27
open Apple tipped to go full wireless by 2021, and you're all still grumbling about a headphone jack 82
open Elon Musk gets thumbs up from jury for use of 'pedo guy' in cave diver defamation lawsuit 234
By Kiwi
open Samsung Galaxy S11 tipped to escalate the phone cam arms race with 108MP sensor 43
open Nokia 2.3: HMD flings out €109 budget 'droid with a 2-day battery 31
open Apple: Mysterious iPhone 11 location pings were because of 'ultra-wideband compliance' 33
By JohnFen
open Doogee Wowser: The S40's a terrible smartphone, but a passable projectile 66
open Uncle Sam challenged in court for slurping social media info on 'millions' of visa applicants 47
open Following the wild, roaring success of its Snapdragon 8cx Arm laptop chip, Qualcomm's back with the 8c, 7c 7
open Your duckface better be flawless: Huawei's Nova 6 mobe has a needlessly powerful selfie camera 19
By defiler
open Motorola's mid-range One Hyper packs 64MP cam, huge screen and – ooo – 'Quad Pixel' tech 22
By jason 7
open Escobar Fold 1 snort all it's cracked up to be: Readers finger similarity to slated Chinese mobe 35
open Battery-guzzling 4K hardware clad in an alloy battle jacket: Lenovo's 4th-gen ThinkPad Yoga X1 is its most metal yet 10
By ab-gam
open Amazon drops battery-powered Echo speaker so you can play Despacito on the go 27
open Google ex-employees demand retribution for Thanksgiving massacre 44
open Pablo Escobar's brother is Medellín in the foldable phone biz, sniffing out new markets 20
open EFF warns of 'one-way mirror' of web surveillance by tech giants – led by Google 46
By JohnFen
open Apple completes $1bn amputation of Intel's 5G modem biz, Chipzilla out of mobiles for good 28
open We strained our eyes with Lenovo's monster monitor: 43.4 inches for price of five 24" screens 131
By ArrZarr
open Stand back, we're going in: The Register rips a 7th-gen ThinkPad X1 Carbon apart. Literally 54
open Let's learn from drone cockups: Confidential reports service opens up to unmanned fliers 8
open Red Dead Redemption 2 on PC: Howdy buck do you get a solid 60FPS in Rockstar's masterpiece? 39
By Trixr
open High-resolution display output or Wi-Fi: It seems you can only choose one on Raspberry Pi 4 116
By fredj
open HP Inc: Don't ask us about Xerox. Just get a load of our, er, flat as a pancake sales growth 3
open It's 2019 so, of course, there's alleged ad fraud to the tune of $1bn in tech pushed to doctors 11
open Xerox: Prepare to say cyan-ara, HP Inc. We're no paper tiger. We're really very serious about that hostile takeover 42
open Here's a starter for 10 on smartphones: Who grew in Q3? A) Everyone. B) Asian vendors. C) Apple 12



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