Software APIs eligible for trollage
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Because the US courts are ignorant

The Software industry is in big trouble after the US Supreme Court did not step into Oracle's battle with Google over whether APIs were copyrightable.

Samsung Galaxy A7 in the US shops
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Spotted in the Amazon

The Samsung Galaxy A7, which was launched early this year, is now in US shops.

NSA wanted to hijack the Android store
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Infect it with Malware

Spooks from all over the world had a cunning plan to crack open apps in the Android Store and infect them with spying malware and launch man in the middle attacks on users..

US Navy to sink IBM after Lenovo deal
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Because the US never spies on China

The US Navy is the latest to suffer from US paranoia about Chinese spying.

Iranian cyberwar is a US right wing myth
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Which is a female moth

Claims that Iran has been conducting a cyberwar against the United States have been greatly exaggerated by US conservatives.

America dismisses Apple Pay
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Only greenbacks in the Land of the Fee

It seems that the artificial hype generated by the Tame Apple Press about Apple Pay is failing to interest the man on the street.

Cubans can now buy US tech
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Of course they can’t afford them

US companies are now allowed to flog consumer tech to Cubans. This means that the country which had been locked in the 1950s can now have mobile phones PCs, TVs and anything else that will "enable the flow of information" for the great unwashed.

Sony hack turns ironic
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22 December 2014

Sony hack turns ironic


Don’t you think?

As the fallout form the Sony hack starts to get silly, with the studios lobbying the US to go to war with North Korea – or something like that – the US government has asked China for help.

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Password guessing

Come up with exascale please