Wearables still in infancy
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Needs potty training

Chipmaker Qualcomm told CES in Las Vegas what we already guessed – that the Internet of Things is still a long way off.

Sony boss praises staff in North Korean fight
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Saw off extortionist hackers by surrendering

Sony Chief Executive Officer Kazuo Hirai praised employees and for standing up to "extortionist efforts" of hackers who attacked Sony Pictures Entertainment.

China wants to triple its patents by 2020
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Glorious innovation drive

The Glorious People’s Republic of China has put “patents” and “innovation” onto its five year plan.

Kiwi terrorist reveals his location on Twitter
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Isis really can't get the staff

A self-proclaimed ISIS terrorist from New Zealand is proving more of a liability to the decapitating group than any actual use.

Xiaomi makes $11.97 billion
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Tremble in fear tiny mortals

Xiaomi has announced that it made $11.97 billion in pre-tax sales last year which was an increase of 135 percent from 2013.

Intel could save Apple’s bacon
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FinFET is half baked

The fruity cargo cult Apple is apparently having problems getting its partners to make 3-D transistors that go.

Most Brits post pictures on net that they regret
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Sorry old bean

By the time they reach adulthood the average British person has 17 internet regrets after posting something they wish they had not.

India bans Open Source Sites
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Too spicy for Isis

The Indian government has blocked a clutch of Open Saucy websites including Github because they were carrying “anti-India” content from the head-lopping terror group ISIS. 

Sony brought old and useless out of retirement
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Breakout the Blackberry

When hackers shut down Sony, the company managed to keep going by pulling their old Blackberries out of the drawer.

Unfit geeks can become cyber warriors
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Drop down and give me 50 lines of code

The US army has realised that it might recruit more cyber warriors if it does not force geeks to go through basic combat training.