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open HMD Global revamps infamous commuter-botherer, the Nokia 5310 XpressMusic 20
open NHS websites will no longer burn up your mobile data allowance, say Brit telcos 16
open Look ma, no Intel Management Engine, ish: Purism lifts lid on the Librem Mini, a privacy-focused micro PC 29
open Official: Apple debugs MacBook Air of sucky Butterfly keyboard 15
By jm90914
open Apple updates iPad Pro with a trackpad, faster processor. Is it a real computer now? 49
open Looming ventilator shortage amid pandemic sparks rise of open-source DIY medical kit. Good thinking – but safe? 87
open Great news, Comcast users: Your favorite cableco is selling your viewing habits to analytics biz Comscore 3
open Broadcom sues Netflix for its success: You’re stopping us making a fortune from set-top boxes, moans chip designer 76
open Hello, sub £-100 Moto: Lenovo punts 6.1-inch display e6S at low-cost crowd 21
open The Unihertz Atom XL: An iPhone SE-sized rugged phone that's also a walkie-talkie 21
open Facebook does the right thing for once: Joins Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Reddit, Twitter, YouTube to clean out dodgy COVID-19 info 36
By holmegm
open Apple grudgingly opens up its check book, pays VirnetX $454m in patent royalties after a decade of wrangling 27
open After a weekend of WTF-ing at Trump's COVID-19 testing website vow, Google-Verily's site finally comes to life... And it's not what was promised 8
open Browser minnow Brave nips at Google with GDPR complaint 16
open Oh, we may have found the COVID-19 silver lining: Coronavirus pandemic halts Xerox hostile takeover of HP 12
open Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 earbuds: They're good – though for close to £300, they really should be 43
By batfink
open Apple reopens stores in China as Middle Kingdom regains control of COVID-19 – after closing all its outlets in Italy 54
By Dan 55
open Ex-director accuses iRobot of firing him for pointing out the home-cleaner droids broke safety, govt regulations 24
open Butterfly defect stripped from MacBook Pros, Airs by Q2 2020, reckons Apple analyst 22
open Latest bendy phone effort from coke empire spinoff Escobar Inc is a tinfoil-plated Samsung Galaxy Fold 'scam' 40
open Yelp finally gets its chance to tell US Congress how Google screws its listings service every minute of every day 38
open Gaming hot ticket E3 2020 looks like it's the latest tech event fragged by coronavirus 7
open Have you ever seen one of these, son? Ricoh spins off 360° camera boffins to debut neuralyzer-shaped snapper 25
open OPPO Find X2: Top-tier cam and 5G, so who needs a fold? 6
open Australian privacy watchdog sues Facebook for *checks notes* up to £266bn 58
open You've duked it out with OS/2 – but how to deal with these troublesome users? Nukem 141
By Glen 1
open Watch this space: Chinese mobe flinger OPPO flexes first shot at the wearables market 10
open One for the super rich fanbois: Ultra-rare functional Apple-1 computer goes on auction 42
open Disk stuck in the drive? Don't dilly-Dali – get IT on the case! 115
open Motorola bounds out the G8 with a harder, better, faster smartphone for the thrifty 27
open Now that's what I call a sticky situation: Repairability fiends open up Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G, find the remains of Shergar 26
By jgarbo
open Can you hear me now? Roadtesting Anker's first Bluetooth speakerphone 13
open Fella accused of ripping off Cisco, Amazon, iRobot, others to the tune of $2m by fraudulently demanding replacements for tech gear 13
open Energizer Hard Case H280S: A KaiOS-powered blower that can withstand a few knocks 12
open Electro-smog, govt snooping be damned. Two thirds of folks polled worldwide would trade in their mobes for 5G kit 19
open Apple checks under the couch for $500m in spare change, offers it to make power-throttling gripes disappear 13
By Skizz
open HP hostile takeover warms up: Xerox queues print job cash_and_shares.pdf, mails it to the board to mull over 16
open Raspberry Pi goes 2GB for the price of 1GB in honour of mini-computer's eighth birthday 31
By adam 40
open FCC sucks its teeth, clicks its tongue, says: Yeah, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile US, Verizon gleefully sold your location data. Guess we should fine them? 22
By Grooke
open Vivo's APEX 2020 concept smartphone grabs life by the gimbals to shoot stable snaps 12
open Spider-eyed Lite version of Huawei flagship flies out before actual P40 launch event 17
By KevSilk
open Google begs for US Entity List exemption to let Huawei use its mobile services – report 16
By jsa
open Famed Apple analyst chances his Arm-based Macs that Apple kit will land next year 59
open Xiaomi in the UK: Multi-eyed Mi Note 10 hits Blighty festooned with cameras and hefty battery life 11
By Ken 16
open HP Ink: No way, Xerox. We're not accepting your takeover. Well, we'd never say never. Maybe even maybe? Hello, you still there? Please? 20
open Huawei unfolds latest shot at the phone-tablet hybrid with reinforced hinge and reassuringly Xs-sive price 27
open Realme's 5G handset is a bargain at €599 – but it's only for cool young people. Sorry 13
open I'll never let go, Jack. I'll never let go: Yes, Sony's Xperia 1 II has a 3.5mm headphone port 40
open Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to save data from a computer that should have died aeons ago 157
open This is your last chance, HP. There's no turning back. You take blue poison pill, the story ends. You take the red Xerox pill, you stay in Wonderland 57


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