Breitbart conspiracy was a network error
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FBI called

The semi-official organ of the alt-right movement, Breitbart, was so certain that its website was being hacked that it called in the FBI.

Bloke who married his computer sues Alabama
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Recognise my love

A man who claims to have married his computer in New Mexico has sued the state of Alabama for refusing to recognise the marriage.

Flameproof Lithium batteries developed
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Notify Samsung 

A team of Americian Army boffins have emerged from their back-rooms with lithium ion batteries that are resistant to exploding or catching fire.

iPhone8 production glitches continue to harm supply
Published in Mobiles


Expect delays, shortages, and hype

The iPhone 8 is supposed to be released on September 12, but according to the Wall Street Journal there are signs that all is not well behind the reality distortion field.

MicroLED simpler to make than expected
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Still too expensive for smartphones

While many thought it would take three years to get Micro LED displays to become available in the market due to technological bottlenecks, it looks like it will be a lot easier than many thought.

Intel Coffee Lake launch on October 5th
Published in Processors


Discontinues some Skylake CPUs

According to a recent rumor, Intel's Coffee Lake CPUs may launch on October 5th, alongside the new motherboards based on Z370 chipset.

Logitech brings back trackball with MX Ergo mouse
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The famous trackball is here to stay

Logitech has unveiled its newest wireless MX Ergo mouse which brings back the trackball.

Aussies come up with new form of quantum computer
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Who needs dead cats when you have a lot of sheep?


Aussie boffins, squatting in the outback, have come up with a new form of quantum computer which does not involve cats and will be dramatically easier and cheaper to produce.

EU president wants China style internet firewall
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Governments should be allowed to spy to save big content

A Council of the European Union document leaked by Statewatch on 30 August reveals that during the summer months Estonia - which holds the current EU Presidency - has been pushing the other Member States to strengthen indiscriminate internet surveillance and protect Big Content from piracy.

Facebook admits that Russians were buying pro-Trump adverts
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Russian troll factory was gaming the election 

Social notworking site Facebook has admitted that it was taking huge amounts of pro-Trump advertising from Russian accounts during the US election.