Edge better at handling malware
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Google and Mozilla not as good as living on the edge 

Microsoft's Edge easily beat rival browsers from Google and Mozilla in third party tests of the behind the scenes services which power anti-malware warnings and malicious website-blocking.

Tech outfits only interested in serving the rich elite
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Nobel Prize winner claims there is no global vision

Tech companies are competing to serve the wealthy with no global vision, according to the winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize.

Linux faces a Munich crisis
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What do you do when your poster-child is killed off?

One of the greatest Linux desktop flagship projects is going to be killed off by Munich city council because it costs too much.

Security experts warn against Kaspersky
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Former NSA cybersecurity analysts think it is too risky

Two former NSA security experts have warned those who are concerned about privacy or have sensitive information against using Kaspersky software

Google discovers it can’t really do an Apple
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Overcharging  just hacks its users off

Google thought that it might get away with copying Apple by charging a ridiculous price for a USB dongle, only to discover that its users were not that stupid.

Intel might have a tough 8th generation Core sell
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Users can’t spot the difference

While Intel fanboys can tell you in detail about how cool Intel’s eighth generation chips are, analysts are noting that Chipzilla might have a tough time selling the difference.

Acer to turn into a holding company
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Most of the company will become independent

Acer founder Stan Shih has said that his company will gradually turn into a holding company with most of the Acer Group's affiliates to transform into independent entities and list in stock markets.

Tech will not replace humans – we are not that stupid
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Billionaire Jacky Ma reassures the world

Technology will never replace human beings, insisted self-made billionaire Jacky Ma, in a keynote speech at Alibaba Cloud's Computing Conference in Hangzhou.

Apple boss says coding more important than English as a second language
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Tim Cook says that if he was a French lad he would learn to code before English

Apple supreme dalek Tim Cook said that it is more important that people know how to code language than learn a second language.

Driverless cars suffer from an energy problem
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Huge brain needs huge power

While driverless cars are supposed to be the next big thing, there is a significant hurdle they have to overcome – power.