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Uber has fired Anthony Levandowski, the star engineer who has been accused by Google of stealing trade secrets about self-driving cars and giving it to Uber.
If you bought it you can do what you like
The US Supreme Court has buried a long running move by printer ink companies which stopped people refilling their own cartridges.
Parties like its $999
Intel has announced its new Skylake-X with ten cores to play with for a price tag of $999.
It is too big to do anything useful
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has said that Apple’s days of coming up with anything are gone.
Still fighting for a load of old Tosh
Western Digital may join a consortium of Japanese government money and KKR & Co LP to bid for Toshiba's chip unit.
Not the design – the gouging of users
While Microsoft makes a Surface Pro which is far better than Apple products, the software giant has copied Jobs’ Mob’s marketing and price gouging antics.
Wikipedia found to be a useful HTTPS case study,
Harvard researchers found fewer instances of government Wikipedia censorship after the site started encrypting all of its traffic.
Danes come up with source code creators
A new neural network being built by a Danish startup called UIzard Technologies IVS has created an application that can transform raw Gui designs into source code that can be used to build them.
Cortex-A75 and the midrange power efficient Cortex-A55
ARM is announcing a new generation of ARM CPUs and GPUs.