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Samsung ACTIV Book Q is the latest beast in the hinged-hybrid zoo

New computer allows for switching between laptop and tablet, Android and Windows

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An engineering graduate who applied to work at the Olympics is facing jail for a terror offence.

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Voyeur Reverend Richard Lee walks free from court over indecent pictures of girls and woman

A Church of England vicar has walked free from court after admitting using secret cameras to spy on and film intimate pictures of three girls and a woman.

Eating lunch al-desko? It's disgusting says controversial health minister Anna Soubry

Minister for public health described Britain as having a 'weird' relationship with food and called on people to take the time to cook their own meals

Three more arrests over phishing scam targeted students

Three more people have been arrested in connection to a long-running £1million phishing scam that drained the bank accounts of hundreds of UK students.

After 130 years of rattle and clang, the typewriter is dead

Technology: It's a qwerty business bidding farewell to the typewriter

Edward Bryan, of the Japanese manufacturing company Brother, has earned himself a footnote in cultural history. Any day now, from the Brother's Wrexham factory, he will make the last-ever typewriter in the UK, just before the company donates it to the London Science Museum.

Jay Merrick: Where's the love in the buildings we put up?

There is both irony and truth in the fierce criticism levelled at the state of British architecture by Sir Mark Jones, one of the Stirling Prize judges. Irony because while Sir Mark complains about "a lack of feeling and a lack of care for the quality of design", the prize itself, awarded on Saturday, went to one of the least interesting buildings on the shortlist, the Sainsbury Laboratory in Cambridge. But there was truth too because the pressure that British architects are under means more and more second-rate buildings.

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Thirties murder mystery novel is surprise runaway Christmas hit

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