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Mobile Computing

Eventually most of our computing efforts will go mobile (and in the cloud), but until that happens here's where we keep you up to date with the latest developments on smartphones, tablets, laptops and wireless technologies.

HP Spectre Review: The World's Thinnest Laptop

The HP Spectre is a thing of beauty. At 10.4mm, it's the world's thinnest laptop. It's also very light for a 13-inch device, at just 2.45lbs, making it a perfect companion for the businessman on the go. But the design... it's truly unlike any Windows laptop I've seen before, thanks to a breathtaking hinge and use of premium materials.

Facebook is shutting down its Paper news app

Facebook has announced that it is calling time on its standalone news reading app Paper. Introduced in 2014, the iOS-only application was well-received by critics but ultimately failed to attract a large audience.

Umi Touch Review: All specs, no polish

Umi is a relatively unknown Chinese manufacturer with a mission to make affordable devices with compelling feature sets. Priced at $160, the Touch carries a respectable list of specs including a 5.5-inch 1080p display, 13-megapixel Sony IMX328 camera, a huge 4,000 mAh battery, a metal design, and even a fingerprint sensor.

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