• Instapaper is latest big name site to close over GDPR By The Inquirer   -   May 24, 2018

    INSTAPAPER IS LATEST BIG NAME SITE TO CLOSE OVER GDPR

    But don't worry - it's being Saved For Later

  • Square launches its Stand in the UK and rocks out to celebrate By The Inquirer   -   May 24, 2018

    SQUARE LAUNCHES ITS STAND IN THE UK AND ROCKS OUT TO CELEBRATE

    Is equipping stalls at this weekend's All Points East festival with terminals

  • ICO guide to GDPR crashes website just hours before deadline By The Inquirer   -   May 24, 2018

    ICO GUIDE TO GDPR CRASHES WEBSITE JUST HOURS BEFORE DEADLINE

    Probably hasn't got permission to email everyone and warn them

  • WhatsApp and Facebook are sharing user data after all and it's legal By The Inquirer   -   May 24, 2018

    WHATSAPP AND FACEBOOK ARE SHARING USER DATA AFTER ALL AND IT'S LEGAL

    Facebook is still collaborating where it can

    Facebook
  • Microsoft's Xiaoice bot can fool humans into thinking they're talking to a person By The Inquirer   -   May 24, 2018

    MICROSOFT'S XIAOICE BOT CAN FOOL HUMANS INTO THINKING THEY'RE TALKING TO A PERSON

    Rise of the chatty robots

  • US federal judge rules that President Trump cannot block people on Twitter By The Inquirer   -   May 24, 2018

    US FEDERAL JUDGE RULES THAT PRESIDENT TRUMP CANNOT BLOCK PEOPLE ON TWITTER

    Tweeting tosser Trump tackled by seven people he blocked

    Twitter
  • Amazon is selling facial recognition tech to US rozzers By The Inquirer   -   May 24, 2018

    AMAZON IS SELLING FACIAL RECOGNITION TECH TO US ROZZERS

    A civil liberties group is understandably not too happy about it

    Tech
  • Mozilla and Widmer Brothers brew beer based on open-sourced data By The Inquirer   -   May 24, 2018

    MOZILLA AND WIDMER BROTHERS BREW BEER BASED ON OPEN-SOURCED DATA

    OpenSourcery Tropical IPA made with open-source mindset and ancient art of brewing

  • Facebook asks Brits for their dick pics to stop dick pics By The Inquirer   -   May 24, 2018

    FACEBOOK ASKS BRITS FOR THEIR DICK PICS TO STOP DICK PICS

    The social network wants to stop nude pics from catching users in a sticky situation

    Facebook
  • Eudora saved thanks to open sourcing By The Inquirer   -   May 24, 2018

    EUDORA SAVED THANKS TO OPEN SOURCING

    Qualcomm has relinquished its claim on the venerable email client

  • Acer's stack of Predator and Nitro gaming PC come packing Intel's Coffee Lake chips and Nvidia graphics By The Inquirer   -   May 24, 2018

    ACER'S STACK OF PREDATOR AND NITRO GAMING PC COME PACKING INTEL'S COFFEE LAKE CHIPS AND NVIDIA GRAPHICS

    But real eye-catching gaming tech was missing

    Tech
  • Qualcomm's Snapdragon 710 chip brings high-end AI smarts to mid-range mobiles By The Inquirer   -   May 24, 2018

    QUALCOMM'S SNAPDRAGON 710 CHIP BRINGS HIGH-END AI SMARTS TO MID-RANGE MOBILES

    10nm mobile processor claims '30 per cent' boost over the Snapdragon 660

    Mobile
  • Microsoft's Satya Nadella reckons the world's a computer thanks to AI and IoT tech By The Inquirer   -   May 23, 2018

    MICROSOFT'S SATYA NADELLA RECKONS THE WORLD'S A COMPUTER THANKS TO AI AND IOT TECH

    Redmond's boss wants Microsoft to use Azure to connect all the globe's IoT stuff

    Tech
  • Acer shows off first Chrome OS device to pack Intel's 8th-gen CPUs By The Inquirer   -   May 23, 2018

    ACER SHOWS OFF FIRST CHROME OS DEVICE TO PACK INTEL'S 8TH-GEN CPUS

    Firm also debuts the 'world's first' 15in convertible Chromebook

  • Acer's new Swift 5 is the 'world's thinnest' 15in Windows laptop By The Inquirer   -   May 23, 2018

    ACER'S NEW SWIFT 5 IS THE 'WORLD'S THINNEST' 15IN WINDOWS LAPTOP

    Machine also boasts an XPS-rivalling 87.6 per cent screen-to-body ratio

    Windows, Laptop
  • FBI repeatedly exagerated how many phones it needed to decrypt and couldn't By The Inquirer   -   May 23, 2018

    FBI REPEATEDLY EXAGERATED HOW MANY PHONES IT NEEDED TO DECRYPT AND COULDN'T

    Diane Abbot denies involvement in counting

    Phone
  • IPhone X2: TSMC 'starts production' of 7nm A12 chips for next-gen iPhones By The Inquirer   -   May 23, 2018

    IPHONE X2: TSMC 'STARTS PRODUCTION' OF 7NM A12 CHIPS FOR NEXT-GEN IPHONES

    Processors will be smaller and more efficient than current 10nm chips

    iPhone
  • Zuckerberg accused of avoiding questions in luke-warm European Parliament grilling By The Inquirer   -   May 23, 2018

    ZUCKERBERG ACCUSED OF AVOIDING QUESTIONS IN LUKE-WARM EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT GRILLING

    European Parliament's flawed format let Zuckerberg off the hook

  • OnePlus 6 release date, specs and price: Notch removal update released, together with slow-motion recording By The Inquirer   -   May 23, 2018

    ONEPLUS 6 RELEASE DATE, SPECS AND PRICE: NOTCH REMOVAL UPDATE RELEASED, TOGETHER WITH SLOW-MOTION RECORDING

    Update enables users to blank out top of the screen to remove iPhone X-style notch

    iPhone
  • Another Windows 10 Update bug is making the desktop disappear By The Inquirer   -   May 23, 2018

    ANOTHER WINDOWS 10 UPDATE BUG IS MAKING THE DESKTOP DISAPPEAR

    Whilst its still not compatible with Intel SSDs

    Windows