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New Zealand Bans Software Patents

New Zealand Bans Software Patents

Tristan Kitchin September 3, 2013 0

Last week a new law was passed in New Zealand banning software patents. It is hoped the new law will help revive the country’s fledging technology industry, in which growth has slowed dramatically in

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New GTA5 Trailer Released

New GTA5 Trailer Released

Tristan Kitchin August 30, 2013 0

Rockstar have just released another trailer for its highly anticipated upcoming game, Grand Theft Auto 5. The trailer shows up a number of new areas and scenes we haven’t seen before, but with the

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New York Times and Twitter Come under Attack by Hackers

New York Times and Twitter Come under Attack by Hackers

Tristan Kitchin August 28, 2013 0

The New York Times and Twitter websites were both targeted in a hacking attack the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) has been accredited with. The hacker group has taken credit for a number of different

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Samsung to unveil Galaxy Gear Smartwatch Next Week

Samsung to unveil Galaxy Gear Smartwatch Next Week

Tristan Kitchin August 27, 2013 0

Samsung has confirmed it will unveil its first smartwatch next week. Samsung’s Executive Vice President of Mobile Lee Young-hee broke the news to The Korea Times, revealing the ‘Galaxy Gear’ will be announced officially in

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Ubuntu Edge fails in Crowdsourcing Bid, Despite Breaking Records

Ubuntu Edge fails in Crowdsourcing Bid, Despite Breaking Records

Tristan Kitchin August 23, 2013 0

The Ubuntu Edge has failed in its bid to be brought to market through its recent crowdsourcing campaign. The developer behind the smartphone, Canonical, set an ambitious target of $32m, one which it was

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Google Claims it is Exempt from UK Privacy Laws

Google Claims it is Exempt from UK Privacy Laws

Tristan Kitchin August 19, 2013 0

Google has found itself at the centre of a landmark case that may set a precedent on how US Internet companies view and are affected by UK privacy laws. A group of Brits are

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Dell quarterly profits drop 72%

Dell quarterly profits drop 72%

Tristan Kitchin August 16, 2013 0

It has been a difficult couple of weeks for technology companies. First BlackBerry, once a pioneer of smartphones, is offered up for sale amid due to a poor reception of its BB10 platform, and

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PirateBrowser – The Web as it should be, Censorship Free

PirateBrowser – The Web as it should be, Censorship Free

Tristan Kitchin August 14, 2013 0

What do you do when you work for the most censored website in the world? Provide a way to access it of course. There is a new Internet browser on the market, one that

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Is Amazon Developing a Games Console?

Is Amazon Developing a Games Console?

Tristan Kitchin August 9, 2013 0

It appears Amazon may be the next company to enter the console wars, with rumours spreading around the web that the company in currently in the process of developing a new games platform. According

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Hackers hiding child abuse images on legit websites, according to IWF

Hackers hiding child abuse images on legit websites, according to IWF

Tristan Kitchin August 6, 2013 0

The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) has reported there has been an increase in the number of legitimate websites being hacked and used to distribute images of child abuse. Over the course of the past

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