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Apple unveils new iPhones at cheaper price

Apple unveils new iPhones at cheaper price Tue, 10 Sep, 2013

Apple has unveiled two new iPhones, including a cheaper plastic version in bright colours and an updated high-end device with a fingerprint scanner.
Google asks federal judge to dismiss Gmail scanning lawsuit

Google asks federal judge to dismiss Gmail scanning lawsuit Fri, 06 Sep, 2013

Google's attorneys say their practice of electronically scanning the contents of people's Gmail accounts to help sell ads is legal, and have asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit that seeks to stop the practice. 
Yahoo unveils new logo for first time since founding 18 years ago

Yahoo unveils new logo for first time since founding 18 years ago Thu, 05 Sep, 2013

Yahoo has adopted a new logo for the first time since shortly after the Internet company's founding 18 years ago.
U.S. soldier Manning seeks presidential pardon in WikiLeaks case

U.S. soldier Manning seeks presidential pardon in WikiLeaks case Wed, 04 Sep, 2013

The U.S. soldier convicted of providing secret files to WikiLeaks in the biggest breach of classified materials in the nation's history has asked for a presidential pardon, supporters said on Wednesday. 
Microsoft to buy Nokia devices unit

Microsoft to buy Nokia devices unit Tue, 03 Sep, 2013

Microsoft agrees to buy Nokia's mobile phone unit and gains access to its patents and mapping services for 5.4bn euros ($7.2bn). 
Japan unveils $470m plan for Fukushima water leaks

Japan unveils $470m plan for Fukushima water leaks Tue, 03 Sep, 2013

The Japanese government on Tuesday said it would spend the equivalent of $470 million to try to tackle the toxic water crisis at the country's crippled nuclear power plant. 
Vodafone agrees $130bn sales of Verizon Wireless stake

Vodafone agrees $130bn sales of Verizon Wireless stake Mon, 02 Sep, 2013

Vodafone has confirmed it has sold its 45% share in Verizon Wireless to US operator Verizon for $130bn.
US reportedly spied on Brazil, Mexico presidents

US reportedly spied on Brazil, Mexico presidents Mon, 02 Sep, 2013

The US National Security Agency spied on communications between the Brazilian and Mexican presidents, accessing the Mexico leader's emails before he was elected, Brazil's Globo television reported.
Google and Microsoft sue US government over FISA transparency

Google and Microsoft sue US government over FISA transparency Sat, 31 Aug, 2013

Microsoft and Google have both announced intentions to sue the US government over their right to publish details about user data requests.
New York Times, Twitter hacked by a group called 'Syrian Electronic Army'

New York Times, Twitter hacked by a group called 'Syrian Electronic Army' Wed, 28 Aug, 2013

Media companies including the New York Times, Twitter and the Huffington Post lost control of some of their websites after hackers supporting the Syrian government breached the Australian internet company that manages many major site addresses.

China's Internet hit by biggest cyberattack in its history Mon, 26 Aug, 2013

The Chinese government said that they were hit with the largest denial-of-service (DoS) attack ever.
German report says US spied on UN

German report says US spied on UN Mon, 26 Aug, 2013

The German magazine Der Spiegel says the U.S. National Security Agency secretly monitored the U.N.'s internal video conferencing system by decrypting it last year.
US admits NSA illegally collected thousands of emails

US admits NSA illegally collected thousands of emails Thu, 22 Aug, 2013

The National Security Agency may have unintentionally collected as many as 56,000 emails of Americans per year between 2008 and 2011 in a program that a secret U.S. court subsequently said may have violated U.S. law and the Constitution, according to documents released on Wednesday.

Facebook aims to get the world online Wed, 21 Aug, 2013

Facebook wants to get more of the world's 7 billion people online through a partnership with Samsung, Nokia, Qualcomm and Ericsson and other large mobile technology companies.
Ecuadorian president threatens to force papers to go digital

Ecuadorian president threatens to force papers to go digital Tue, 20 Aug, 2013

Ecuador President Rafael Correa has suggested he might try to eliminate print newspapers in the country and force them to go all-digital as a way to save paper.

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Donald Trump in Saudi Arabia on first foreign trip

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Venezuelan women protest against President Maduro

Dressed in white and chanting "Liberty!", tens of thousands of women opposed to Venezuela's socialist President Nicolas Maduro marched on Saturday, pr ...

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