Iranian cyberwar is a US right wing myth
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Which is a female moth

Claims that Iran has been conducting a cyberwar against the United States have been greatly exaggerated by US conservatives.

Microsoft brings key feature back for Windows 10
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The most important one

Microsoft has done a significant u-turn and bought back one of the most popular Windows features for Windows 10.

Acer wants to be the last of the PC companies
Published in Notebooks


Vying for title of dodo of the 21st century

Acer is aiming to be one the of the last surviving PC makers in the world, its boss appropriately told hacks at new World Trade Centre in lower Manhattan.

Groupon refuses to pay out on virus bounty
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Bounty hunter a little miffed

Discount and deal site Groupon has a novel way of dealing with bounty hunters who point out security flaws in its systems. It lets them discover the flaws and refuses to pay up.

LG Watch Urbane LTE retail price is $365
Published in Wearables


A dollar a day 

On the day when Apple is going to take most of the headlines with its low key iWatch launch, LG has bravely announced its own version of the wearable technology.

Is the iWatch  a damp squib?
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Apple bans non-existant queues

Apple launched its iWatch today and you would be forgiven if you failed to notice.

Amazon books profit on the cloud
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Web Services jump by 50 per cent

Amazon's first-quarter revenue grew thanks to better sales in the US and its cloud-computing services unit increasing sales by 50 per cent.

Asustek thinks it can shift more ZenFones
Published in Mobiles


That was Zen and this is now

Asustek thinks it is onto a winner with its Zenfone range and has raised its internal shipment forecast for 2015 from 25 million units to 30 million.

New security under Window 10's bonnet
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Device Guard looks interesting

Microsoft has been talking about a new security feature for Windows 10 called Device Guard.

Japan's nuclear industry reveals XP addiction
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What could possibly go wrong?

Japan's nuclear industry, which has not been particularly lucky in recent years, might be suffering from a bad case of addiction to Windows XP.