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Recent articles by Katie:

Six ways tech has improved our world in the last decade

See, it's not all been bad. → Read More

Robots have jumped, run and rolled a long way in the last 10 years

They've thrived this decade, even if our dream robot butler remains elusive for now. → Read More

Tim Berners-Lee lays out plan for a better web, and needs your help

The web's inventor is recruiting businesses, governments and citizens to commit to upholding his "contract for the web." → Read More

Uber loses bid to renew London license due to safety concerns

London's transport regulator still finds the ride-hailing service to not be "fit and proper." → Read More

Cats movie gets full trailer ahead of December release date

Andrew Lloyd Webber and T.S. Eliot meet T. Hooper and T. Swift in this feline fever dream. → Read More

New Cats movie trailer shows Taylor Swift, James Corden in top feline form

Andrew Lloyd Webber and T.S. Eliot meet T. Hooper and T. Swift in this fever dream. → Read More

Taylor Swift's music being held hostage in a gross power play

Commentary: A Swift super-fan wades in on Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta blocking the Grammy-winning artist from performing her work. → Read More

Silicon Valley's most feared EU regulator says no to breaking up big tech

The European Competition Commission's Margrethe Vestager has tech CEOs quaking in their boots. But she's a fan of holding companies together when possible. → Read More

Silicon Valley congressman: Regulate political ads on Facebook just like copyright

Ro Khanna has some big ideas for regulating big tech in America. → Read More

The compact Sony Xperia 5 battles big phone fatigue

You can now buy the new phone for $800 in the US. → Read More

His Dark Materials review: Gritty, uncompromising and your next TV obsession

The BBC and HBO adaptation of Philip Pullman's book series will warm your cockles while chilling you to the bone. → Read More

Edward Snowden says Facebook, Amazon and Google engage in 'abuse'

Speaking remotely at Web Summit, Snowden slams big tech companies, saying they make people vulnerable to surveillance. → Read More

Inside the dystopian nightmare of an internet shutdown

Government internet shutdowns around the world are insidious, isolating and on the rise. → Read More

Facebook agrees to pay Cambridge Analytica fine

The social network is coughing up almost $650,000, but still denies liability → Read More

Apple Pay reportedly under scrutiny from Europe's Competition Commission

Could Apple face yet another antitrust investigation in Europe? → Read More

Huawei's Mate X finally launches

The highly anticipated foldable phone is ready for launch, but there's a catch. → Read More

Expensive broadband is pricing millions out of accessing the internet

In countries with just one major broadband provider, internet access is often too pricey for people to justify, a new report shows. → Read More

O2 switches on 5G in six UK cities

O2's 5G plans are priced the same as their 4G equivalents. → Read More

Brits' porn habits safe for now as UK finally ditches ill-fated porn block

Prudes, avert your eyes. The porn is here to stay. → Read More

Oppo's next flagship phone will launch in February in Barcelona

In an exclusive interview with CNET, Oppo's European president talks foldable phones and aiming for the top spot. → Read More