UK’s nukes vulnerable to cyber attack
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Trident now a dangerous white elephant

The UK government has wasted billions on a controversial nuclear weapons system which might be vulnerable to a cyber-attack.

Wales wants Apple to stop selling iPhones in UK
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Scotland does not care

Wackypedia leader Jimmy Wales has suggested that Apple should stop selling its popular iPhone line in the UK

UK government wants police to view internet history
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Without a warrant

The UK government, upon which insanity never sets, wants to give police to view the web browsing history of everyone in the country without a warrant.

Brits need more bandwidth
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14 September 2015

Brits need more bandwidth

Ovum also warns that they are one of Europe's best

London-based analyst firm Ovum has warned that broadband ISPs must be able to deliver a minimum of 10Mbps (Megabits per second) and 50Mbps when Ultra HD (4K) video kicks off.

Apple Pay's London launch is a disaster
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Mind the Gap in expectations 

The launch of Apple Pay in the UK has been a complete disaster, the software does not work, the system charges you double, and some leading banks do not support it yet.  

UK spying law is illegal
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Courts say it needs a re-think

The British High Court has ruled that Emergency surveillance legislation introduced by the coalition government last year is illegal.

Apple pay dooms itself in UK
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Too inflexible 

Apple is having a huge problem getting its Apple Pay off the ground in the US, so now it is having a crack at the UK.

US running out of IP4 addresses
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IPv6 not still widely adopted

The US organisation responsible for doling out IP addresses has rejected a request because there was not enough stock of the IPv4 flavour.

Xiaomi sells 6 million Mi Bands
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$13 fitness band kicking iWatch to death

Although you will not see it in the Tame Apple Press, in China Xiaomi is flogging shedloads of fitness bands for $13.

Apple tries to off-load Apple Pay on the Brits
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No luck in the US

While US retailers have treated Apple Pay with a loud resounding yawn, Jobs' Mob thinks it will have more like with the British.