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The iconic handset is returning - but it's more expensive than other phones with similarly basic features. So why all the hype?
With the future looking gloomier than ever, let's take a look at what could have been.
Where there was once soul and body, now there’s also a phone.
When a medium acquires new functions, it will need to be adapted by means of creating new forms.
Silicon Valley has us hooked on digital dope. A “dumb phone” is one way to break that addiction.
How the gaming prodigy David Braben and his friends invented a tiny £15 device that became the biggest-selling British computer.
It is time the definition of "online radicalisation" was broadened to include the indoctrination of lonely, young white men.
More than a one million people have signed a petition calling for President Trump's invitation to the UK to be revoked. Is this another example of "slacktivism"?
From Uber to drones, Amy Webb attempts to forecast how technology will change the world.
The New Statesman goes behind the froth of daily headlines to look at the people and the passions shaping our world.
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