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The health secretary wants to scrap the “archaic technology” which costs the NHS about £6.6m a year.
The comments come as the US has pressured its allies to exclude China's Huawei from their 5G networks.
The futuristic squad-based shooter faces stiff competition from lots of established titles, say experts.
Hasbro and Nestle also cut ties over fears paedophiles are leaving comments next to videos of children.
Samsung unveils its smartphone with a folding screen, but the price will likely put most people off.
The "luxury" foldable-screened phone can run up to three apps at once when opened up into tablet mode.
A complaint says Facebook should have told users of their data being downloaded from private groups.
Cyber-crime gangs are injecting their own code on to websites to steal payment data, an annual study suggests.
It will be illegal to fly a drone within three miles of an airport, following drone disruption at Gatwick.
Despite leaving Facebook in 2017, Palmer Luckey is shipping his custom repair kit to gamers free of charge.
Stolen credit cards and other illegal material are also on sale, a File on 4 investigation discovers.
Ren Zhengfei says the firm will survive despite security concerns and his daughter's legal troubles.
The results are believed to be the work of Indian protesters responding to the 14 February Kashmir attack.
UK intelligence chiefs reportedly conclude the Chinese tech giant Huawei can bid for telecoms projects.
The joint visual effects supervisor behind the Bafta-nominated film explains how the images were made.
The smartphone is becoming a powerful medical tool that can diagnose a growing number of conditions.