Hackers attack French Press
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Instant surrender
  

The security systems of France’s leading newspapers have surrendered to attacks which appear to have come from people who think that shooting journalists is the best way to spread a religion of love.

HP set to release two new tablets
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HP Pro Slate 10 EE G1 and HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1

The maker of printer ink which is more expensive than gold, HP is about to put out two tablets later this year.

AMD shows off facial recognition search
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Organise your video collection

AMD has developed facial recognition technology to enable users to organize and search video clips based on the people featured in them.

Cubans can now buy US tech
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Of course they can’t afford them

US companies are now allowed to flog consumer tech to Cubans. This means that the country which had been locked in the 1950s can now have mobile phones PCs, TVs and anything else that will "enable the flow of information" for the great unwashed.

Apple about to steal GoPro’s idea
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Shareholders flee

It seems that Apple is about to steal GoPro’s idea for mountable cameras as part of sporting equipment.

Intel figures expected to be huge
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Best since 2003

Chipzilla is expected to report some of its best results since since 2003

Google tries to block Mosley over images
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We do not want to monitor the net

Search engine Google tried to block a lawsuit filed against it by Max Mosley in the High Court in London over access through its search engine to images of the former motor racing chief taking part in a sex party.

Zuckerberg offers free app in Colombia
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Not ready for China yet

Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg launched a free Internet application in Colombia on Wednesday as part of a drive to bring developing markets online, but refused to say if he was ready to push into China yet.

CompuLab’s Fitlet makes for tiny NUC
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0.22l of volume

The world of the NUC has been getting more interesting of late as the likes of Lenovo and Intel scrap over who can be the smallest.

Adobe buys back shares
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15 January 2015

Adobe buys back shares


Rise in revenue 

Maker of tools which bend reality and make ugly people pretty, Adobe plans to buy back up to $2 billion of its shares through the end of fiscal 2017.