Windows 10 will sink "pirated" software or hardware
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Anything illegal will not work

Microsoft has changed the terms of its License Agreement on Windows 10 to allow it to sniff around and disable illegally obtained software or hardware.

Apple's TV service on hold
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As expected

Apple's over-hyped television service has been put on ice, pretty much like we expected.

Apple is mostly white blokes
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Press pretends it is otherwise

The Tame Apple Press is doing its best to spin a story about how diverse Apple is after the company admitted it was mostly populated by white men.

Samsung wants to end year on a high note
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Galaxy Note and a larger curved-screen S6 edge 

Samsung has been showing off a new Galaxy Note phablet and a larger version of its curved-screen S6 edge smartphone.

Lenovo caught reinstalling bloatware
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Even if you do a fresh install

Lenovo is in hot water for reinstalling the company's bloatware on Lenovo laptops, even if customers have completed a fresh install of Windows.

Apple fanboy nearly gunned down
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Blames Canada for losing chance of Darwin award

An Apple fanboy can thank the fact that he was not living in the US and black as a reason why he was not gunned down by police.

All roads lead Acer to Chrome
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Revenues tank

Acer saw a 30 per cent drop in July revenues, but is keeping itself from being killed off with a success with Chrome OS products

AMD waves its graphics core next roadmap
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Optimism or misty optics?

AMD has been waving about its graphics core next [GCN] roadmap despite admitting it is having difficulty due to lowering the research and development budget.

Samsung releases super-fast SSDs
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Enterprise only

Samsung has released three TCO-optimised, high-performance solid state drives which are based on 3D Vertical NAND flash memory technology.

Microsoft experiences its patch nightmare
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Pants patches 

When Microsoft said that it would force feed its security patches to Windows 10 users there were a few naysayers who suggested that this would be a bad idea.