The move is set to happen by 2020
I'm sorry, the old Taylor can't come to the Telegram right now
MegaNet's been in development for at least two years
But not if they saw paid-for advertising
Will give consumers the 'widest range of offers'
A promise that should never have been needed.
11-hour days are reportedly common.
It's part of a wider crackdown on internet services
Two companies lodged a complaint with the US agency
Open source OS takes all 500 spots in latest supercomputer list
Remember when it killed off most third-party apps? Yeah...
It seems that Apple's face authentication just isn't that secure
Some vendors have patched it, but some haven't.
Problems persist for Apple's new flagship.
It's a bug, not a feature.
Glorified East End market stall will still charge £130
It's a developer preview, so there might be bugs.
Because responding manually is still a waste of your time.
It hates the cold, OK?
Let sleeping dogs lie? Nah.
But it's fixed now
The tattoos weren't permanent but the ban on Wish.com advertising in the game definitely is.
Prue Leith not implicated as outage continues into Wednesday
Says current encryption standards make it difficult for authorities to access the devices
Noisy eaters aren't fun for anyone, but spending $130 on a fork isn't the answer
Uber's tough times aren't over yet.
Trial removes content from the News Feed
But maybe the question should be why they ever used them in the first place?
No longer do you need an HTC Vive to play SteamVR games, your phone will do just fine.
Amazon has given its Echo smart assistant devices a new skill this week in the form of multi-room audio.
The wonder of modern technology
On the internet, the Chinese government knows you're a dog, and where you live
It's not every day you find an unreleased Nvidia gaming console in a local pawn shop.
An update to DJI's drone pilot app removes features, but improves users' overall privacy.
While many approaches to robots in the home attempt to mimic human actions, Temi just wants to help you out
Strange keyboard-toting smartphone impresses, but likely has limited appeal
Even for small-time offenders, in theory
But it's fixed now
Social network's diversity efforts have a way to go
OS hits 7 per cent of devices almost a year since its debut
Not quite a rival for ultra-premium Android phones, but it might be a bargain
Even the paranoid get pwned
Chinese hackers are working in shifts to attack Brit firms' infrastructure
Security researcher slams code as 'worst he's ever seen'