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Samsung pulls plug on exploding Galaxy smartphone

Billions of pounds were wiped off the value of Samsung and analysts predicted a huge hit to future sales
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Two-second delay stresses out smartphone generation

Feeling tense? It could be your internet connection. A delay of as little as two seconds downloading material to
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The new band of blawgers bringing law to the masses

What is life in the legal profession really like? What does the public desperately need to know? Meet the
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Families are falling apart and the left just wants to stand and watch

Britain is a world leader in family break-up. Sixty per cent of British children born to unmarried parents living
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It’s a man’s nature, says polygamy website founder

Two dating websites for men and women seeking polygamous marriages have attracted 70,000 members, according to their founder, who
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Dell ends Microsoft’s grip on its computers

In blow to Microsoft, Dell will pre-install rival product on its PCs after receiving flood of requests from users
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There’s a Chrome for every home as laptop makers get the Google bug

Macs and PCs have a new rival in go-anywhere computers. We take a shine to five Chromebooks
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A pocket laptop to be reckoned with

Smartbooks, a new range of cheap and cheerful, yet versatile, computers is mounting a convincing challenge to netbooks
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Britain’s online alcohol sales are the highest in Europe

British drinkers buy more alcohol online than anyone else in Europe, helped by the rise of supermarket home delivery