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As traditional as the Queen's Speech, Chris hates the new iPhone on principal
Apple Watch 2 and MacBook Pro refresh tipped to debut alongside new smartphones
Tough, cool or just plain weird. Here's gaming's greatest guardians
Doze improvements, Vulkan API support and more
From taking screengrabs to forcing integrated graphics
Has Tim Cook forgotten about computers, or is he just not interested?
Looking back ... over my shoulder ...
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A general election might be what the internet needs
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Clocks, apps, entire product lines. You name it
Facebook has more influence than meets the eye
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It's no wonder they cost a small fortune ...
The microprocessors that changed the world
Innovation over elaboration?
With less than two months to go until it's official, we round up everything we know so far
Battle of the teraflops
Seven of the best new languages
Column: I take exception to Microsoft's attempts to prove browser's worth with 'benchmark tests'
Hmm. Technically, eight and a half
Pointless stop-gap for gullible gamers
We got almost five on it
The fine art of telling machines what to do, from 1957 to 2016
A new report finds, once again, that gamers are on an unstoppable freight train hurtling towards the criminal underworld
Siri on the desktop, Apple Pay in Safari and more
Siri is now slathered over Apple's gadgets
The best things Apple didn't mention during the WWDC keynote
$26.2bn? What the hell were they thinking?
A list of moronic account holders and weirdo hackers
When design vs purpose did not balance out