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Microsoft's standalone media-player dream has just died (or become even more dead), with the company confirming earlier rumours that no more Zune players will be made. It's Windows Phone or bust from now on.
As well as making the ewoks blink and boosting Leia's cup size in the newly re-re-mastered Blu-ray editions of Star Wars, George Lucas also got the actors back in to do a few new lines. Here's Vader doing some improv.
Longtime US readers will be familiar with the way tags work, but as a reminder, if you're looking for all our news about Apple (I won't hold that against you), or even want to ignore all the posts we take from the US site in favour of UK-published stuff, tags are your new best friend.
George Osborne has magicked up some money to help boost the UK's mobile infrastructure, finding and promising to spend £150m on enhancing the UK's mobile network -- so 99 per cent of the country will soon get a signal.
While LG's lips are sealed as to whether the Optimus LTE will ever burst its way out of the South Korean walls and find itself on our high street store shelves, it's a crackin'-lookin' phone which you may want to consider if it does make it here.
HTC's not taking that security vulnerability lightly, owners of their Android phones will be pleased to hear. The company has "concluded that while this HTC software itself does no harm to customers' data, there is a vulnerability that could potentially be exploited by a malicious third-party application."
This is it, the beginning, the Rise of the Machines is inevitable, Cyberdyne (and Intel!) are showing off their HAL robot walker at CEATEC in Japan, which we've seen before, but now they've added powered arms!
Look, we all do it. If a website claims not to pre-write certain articles (obituaries; Apple announcements; obituaries about Apple announcements) then they're obviously missing a trick. But actually publishing an incorrect pre-written article? Just ask the Daily Mail, The Sun and even The Guardian how much that hurts.