Apple software most vulnerable and buggy
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Even worse than Flash

Fruity cargo cult Apple is actually peddling software which is even less secure than Adobe Flash Player, according to new statistics.

Google and Ford to announce partnership on self-driving cars at CES
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Ford to become first of many in potential partnership

According to the recent report, there is evidence for a good chance that tech giant Google and automotive giant Ford Motor Company may be partnering up at the Consumer Electronics Show this week to announce a joint partnership on self-driving vehicles powered by Google technology.

Tech leaders will be jailed for reporting UK spying
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Two years in prison

The UK government is threatening to jail leaders of tech companies who warn their customers that they have been victims of government spying.

ISPs less interested in buying servers
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Expanded too much

Top ISPs like Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Facebook have stopped buying so many servers after they found their data centres are packed with too many that they don't need.

Google Glass: Enterprise Edition shows up at FCC
Published in Wearables


Google still not talking about it

While the original Google Glass will never make it to the market, the newely leaked pictures that are live on the FCC website show the earlier rumored Google Glass: Enterprise Edition in all its glory.

Topsy deal was part of Apple’s secret Google war
Published in Mobiles


Former Topsy boss has a theory

Apple has finally pulled the plug on an outfit it spent $200 million on two years ago, and the former director of that company, Topsy, Aaron Hayes-Roth has a theory about how Jobs’ Mob got value for money on the deal.

Hacker Hotz builds a driverless car
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Hacks his own car to do it

The bloke who was the first to jail break the iPhone, George Hotz hacked his own car to turn it into a self-driving vehicle.

Apple furious that Google is beating it in the classroom
Published in Mobiles


7/10 must try harder

It is no secret that Apple is being kicked out of the education market by Google, and Jobs’ Mob CEO Tim Cook is furious about it.

Chromebooks are major disrupter
Published in Notebooks


ABI Research figures

New research shows that the notebook market is being disrupted by the increased take-up in chromebooks.

Android inventor planning smartphone business
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Return to the industry

The bloke credited with inventing Android is about to get back into the mobile industry with a smartphone company of his own.