If you've got HBO Now, Netflix or Hulu you've got a lot of new options in the next few days.
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The US branches of Cambridge Analytica and its parent firm SCL have filed for bankruptcy as execs inch closer to ridding themselves of the toxic brand.…
The Republican is OK with policies to prevent ISPs from throttling internet speeds, but calls Democrats' current efforts political grandstanding.
We'll be hearing Samsung's second version of its voice assistant/AI later this year.
All the things, none of the money. Plus: The Cheapskate Mystery Box is coming! #mysterious
UK Gov reckons it could lose up to £1.2bn due to IR35 non-compliance
The UK government has opened its long-awaited (and dreaded) consultation (PDF) on proposals to extend IR35 off-payroll working in the private sector, which could affect 2 million contractors.…
Two firms have closed this month, citing changes in airline policies on carrying batteries.
Audi gives the 2019 A6 handsome looks, a mild hybrid drivetrain and a whole lot of tech.
Midmarket gamechanger let down by eccentric imaging
Review Huawei is often accused of slavishly copying Apple a lot of the time – but that’s not entirely fair. Huawei can slavishly copy Samsung too.…
The highly anticipated nuptials of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are being pinned more than liked.
The internet's latest hit isn't going to end well...
The new $100 Xbox Adaptive Controller lets you plug in the gadgets you need. It's all about accessibility.
Samsung wants you to appreciate the little things in your smartphone.
The site published images of people taken by police after arrest and asked for cash to remove them.
French outsourcer to handle applications process
The Home Office has awarded Sopra Steria a £91m contract to develop a digital visa and immigration service in the UK.…
LOS ANGELES—"Treyarch has never shied away from breaking away from convention." With those words, studio chairman Mark Lamia kicked off a Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 reveal event full of noisy videos and noisier boasts, but the studio didn't have a ton to show for its ambitious words.
The speech failed to reveal any revolutionary or paradigm-shifting content—like real-gameplay proof of advances in the series' "Zombies" mode or any footage of how its upcoming battle royale twists will "spin [the genre] on its head." (The event also, if you missed it, confirmed a Call of Duty first: no single-player campaign.)
For now, the most optimism we can muster about Black Ops 4 comes from an hour-long team-combat session that followed the presser. The short takeaway from our world-premiere hands-on is that Activision has gotten some Overwatch in its CoD—and the results feel smoother (and, honestly, more conventional) in action than you might think.
Showcasing a new hybrid chip developed by Intel and AMD, the 15.6-inch convertible has power for content creation and gaming in a superslim body.
The rental site will report homeowners' income to the Danish tax authorities in the first deal of its kind.
Oh dear, fewer than half of punters get what they paid for
ISPs are scrambling to tweak advertised broadband speeds as the great unwashed continue to receive services that are on average 51 per cent slower than they were led to expect, according to a Which? report.…
Councillor urges action against rubbish hotspot
Boatnotes The UK's battle with fly-tipped vessels reached new heights last night after a fishing boat was set ablaze in northern England.…