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'Private' biz Xiaomi sets up Communist Party exec committee

It's 'almost unheard of for the party to hinder the private sector', so shut up

Windows 10 Mobile is shaping up nicely – now Cortana can send emails

Microsoft's next phone OS looks to be in better shape than the PC version
Tim Anderson, 29 Jun 09:28

Microsoft says Oculus Rift distorts world, grinds corrective lenses

Free-to-download CAD file makes for better virtu-blinker goggles, insists Redmond
Richard Chirgwin, 29 Jun 05:35

LG's six-sided battery to take smart watches into new timezones

We can rebuild it. We have the technology. We can make batteries better, stronger, faster
Simon Sharwood, 28 Jun 23:01

Apple workforce touch up iPhones with Force Touch tech – report

Cupertino under pressure to finger finger pressure in '6S'?
Team Register, 28 Jun 13:38

Q: What's black and white and read all over? A: E-reader displays

Feature Evolving e-books and the holy grail of colour e-paper
Nigel Whitfield, 28 Jun 10:00

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Robo-car wars: Delphi's near crash, prang, wallop with Google DENIED!

'Nah, they didn't even come close to each other'
Kelly Fiveash, 27 Jun 17:22

Who wants a classic ThinkPad with whizzy new hardware? Lenovo would just love to know

First shove the chiclet keyboard where the sun doesn't shine
Iain Thomson, 27 Jun 00:45

Samsung vows to stop knackering Windows Update on your laptops

'We'll do that with an update for our software updater,' says Sammy
Iain Thomson, 26 Jun 23:43

Apple's iPhone 7 to come loaded with depth-sensing camera, supply chain spies claim

Look into my eyes, look into my eyes ... It's all about focus
Simon Rockman, 26 Jun 20:18

Apple wants to patent iBeacon stalking

'Find a friend', what could possibly go wrong?
Richard Chirgwin, 26 Jun 04:56

Google takes latest self-driving buggies to the streets

Relax, Mountain View, they'll have drivers… for now
Shaun Nichols, 26 Jun 01:00

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