As any fule kno, the iPhone 6 was unveiled last night in a blizzard of anticipation, malfunctioning streams and vague disdain, and one of the more intriguing/horrifying add-ons for potential customers was the fact that it effectively comes with a free U2 album as standard – indeed, as the album has been downloaded straight into all iTunes accounts everywhere across 119 nations, it has basically become the biggest music release of all time.
The story of Alan Turing, the Enigma codebreaker who helped win the second world war and was chemically castrated by the state for his troubles, is a challenging one to make into a movie.
In a surprise move, the European Commission is reopening its four-year antitrust investigation into Google’s search and advertising business - and could open a separate one into its Android mobile operating system.
Steve Jobs always had his "one last thing" – the hotly anticipated moment at the end of presentations when he would reveal the latest innovation to Apple's adoring fans.
If, as expected, the launch of the new iPhone and Apple's iWatch health monitor leads to record sales, more money than ever will pour in to Apple's enormous pile of cash.
The ring of hackers who gathered naked pictures of more than 100 celebrities also planned to use a malware-ridden “clone” of Flappy Bird to steal photos from Android phones.
An email from a former finance director of UK software group Autonomy suggested the company was heading for a financial "plane crash" towards the end of 2010, according to lawsuit filed in the US by Hewlett-Packard.
Autonomy, the leading British technology firm whose former management is accused of inflating its value, sold $23m of software to a small Washington reseller in the year to December 2009. In February 2010, as some of the money began to fall due, Autonomy bought the company.
Security experts are warning that there could be many more compromised celebrity iCloud accounts after examining file data from pictures stolen from stars including Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton.
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