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Past articles by Edward:

You can now send texts from your PC with Android Messages

How to set start sending messages from your web browser → Read More

Amazon quietly kills its Mayday video support service for Fire tablets

Considered groundbreaking at the time, the feature was first launched by Jeff Bezos in 2013 → Read More

This powerhouse laptop can take up to 128GB of RAM

The Lenovo ThinkPad 52 laptop is capable of VR content creation on the go → Read More

Microsoft to pull forum support for Windows 7 and 8.1 from next month

The company announced the changes on its community pages → Read More

Exeter named worst place in the UK for broadband and 4G as national speeds are ranked: How does your town fare?

New graphic from GoCompare shows the worst cities for broadband speeds and 4G are located across the South of England, Midlands and Wales → Read More

Samsung Galaxy A8 review: Samsung’s own flagship beater?

Great looking, but disappointing performance compared to the competition → Read More

Meet Norman, the world’s first “psychopath” AI trained using only gruesome and violent Reddit images

Created at MIT, “Norman” was used to highlight the risk of using biased data to teach neural networks → Read More

Google blames Wikipedia “vandalism” for search results linking California Republican Party to Nazism

The party’s Wikipedia page displayed “Nazism” as one of its ideologies for several days → Read More

Twitter blocks users who were underage at registration, blames GDPR

The social network used profile information to determine which users were underage when signing up → Read More

Elon Musk attacks press; says he’ll create "Pravda" website to rank media credibility

The Tesla CEO said journalists are under “constant pressure to get max clicks” → Read More

Apple reportedly working with Volkswagen to produce all-electric, driverless T6 Transporter vans

The New York Times claims projects with BMW and Mercedes fell through following years of negotiations → Read More

“It’s probably the most complex undertaking in sport ever”: Is VAR ready for the 2018 World Cup in Russia?

IFAB secretary Lukas Brud speaks about the challenges of introducing VAR – the video assistant referee system that’s been deemed necessary to protect referees → Read More

What is VAR and how does it work?

What does VAR in football mean? We explain how video assistant referee technology is being used in football → Read More

Google sued for "secretly tracking millions of UK iPhone users"

Headed by Richard Lloyd, Google You Owe Us is bringing a claim on behalf of 4.4 million UK iPhone users → Read More

Watch this creepy jelly robot walk underwater after being zapped with electricity

The electrically activated gel could lead to the development of artificial heart and stomach muscles → Read More

UK households receive half the broadband speed they pay for, report reveals

New guidelines coming into effect from Wednesday will change how ISPs can advertise broadband speeds → Read More

Brainstorm or green needle? The internet is divided over the new Yanny and Laurel.

The sound made by a Ben 10 toy can be interpreted in a multitude of ways → Read More

Honor 10 review: The most powerful phone under £400

The Honor 10 is quick and good looking but has a couple of important shortcomings → Read More

US Senate votes to preserve net neutrality – but it might not make a difference

The resolution must also be passed by the Republican-controlled House and signed by Trump before it’s enacted → Read More

Campaigners “delighted” by government decision to slash betting machine stakes to £2

The changes follow a review by the Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport → Read More