Microsoft starts selling Lumia again
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Seems to be some new stock

After removing the Lumia devices from its store in June, Microsoft has started selling them again.

Apple cuts off iTunes from "obsolete" Apple TV
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Upgrade to an expensive new Apple TV

Fruity cargo cult Apple has decided that the easiest way to get its users to upgrade to its new Apple TV is to pull the plug on iTunes.

Qualcomm tells Broadcom to stop telling shareholders rubbish
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While US security panel issues warning to Broadcom

Qualcomm accused Broadcom of attempting to mislead shareholders with disingenuous comments about its willingness to participate in the buyout.

Funeral parlour wants to set up a black mirror AI service
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Sadly does not involve the woman from Agent Carter

Swedish funeral agency Phoenix is currently looking for volunteers for a black mirror style AI project.

Apple's great cloud failure
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And still the problem increases

One of the good things about being a huge company which makes piles of dosh over a couple of products is that no one notices what you are doing wrong in a smaller part of your empire, and this is precisely what has been happening with Apple and its cloud.

Smartphone industry set to consolidate
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Competition is too brutal warns Huawei

The smartphone industry is set to consolidate as crucial players surrender to the market leaders, warned a Huawei bigwig.

Qualcomm releases RFFE Modem-to-Antenna system
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In Xperia XZ2 Smartphone

Qualcomm has announced that the entire Qualcomm  RF Front End (RFFE) modem-to-antenna solution along with the Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform are under the bonnet of Sony Mobile‚Äôs new Xperia XZ2 smartphone.

Apple iPhones keep calling the emergency services
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Help my owner is an idiot

The programming geniuses at Apple have installed another feature in iPhones which means that they randomly call the emergency services when they are being serviced.

NRA gives Ajit Pai a gun for "saving the internet"
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Charlton Heston Courage Under Fire Award

The National Rifle Association (NRA) today gave its Charlton Heston Courage Under Fire Award to Ajit Pai, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission.

Russian military hacked the Olympics and blamed North Korea
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Revenge for stopping cheating attempt

The Russian military was so furious that Russian athletes packed full of performance enhancing drugs were banned from the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea that they hacked the opening ceremony and tried to pin it on North Korea.