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Intel tests definition of insanity with (leaked) typoslab Skylake CPUs

Ultrabooks, tablets, all-in-one PCs ... these are still selling, right? Right?
Chris Williams, 28 Jul 04:58

OnePlus 2: The smartie that's trying to outsmart Google's Android

First look Breathe new Oxygen into ecosystem in a stylish case
Iain Thomson, 28 Jul 03:00

Gamers zap brain-to-computer kit market to US$200m by 2020

No need to shave your head just yet, but poseur gamers might do it anyway
Simon Sharwood, 28 Jul 02:31

Buy a Tesla for the good of Australia, say country's dino-burners

Save us from declining demand, electricity suppliers cry
Richard Chirgwin, 27 Jul 23:52

Game over, Ouya, the Android gaming console

Thanks for all that Kickstarter cash – upstart gobbled by Razer
Shaun Nichols, 27 Jul 20:03

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Hawking, Musk, Woz: ROBOTS, the 'KALASHNIKOVS of TOMORROW'

+Comment Seem not to know much about AKs of today
Lewis Page, 27 Jul 14:26

Samsung emits mobe charging monitor. For your 'active lifestyle'

Qi is more than just a neat word for Scrabble
Simon Rockman, 27 Jul 11:32

If Microsoft made laptops, it'd make this: HP Spectre x360

Review Neat-looking convertible - not spectacular but does the business
Alun Taylor, 27 Jul 09:06

Today's smart home devices are too dumb to succeed

You want me to do what? And remember it? On how many apps? Fuggedaboutit
Mark Pesce, 27 Jul 02:05

Sydney adopts 'world's first' e-ink parking signs

YOU SHALL NOT PARK, say wizardly auto-updating Kindle-tastic screens
Simon Sharwood, 26 Jul 22:02

Fiat Chrysler recall BLUNDERING could lump carmaker with $105m fine – report

Crazy hack-my-brakes software flaw faces separate probe
Kelly Fiveash, 26 Jul 13:49

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