Intel confirms Skylake on time
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Broadwell delay has no effect

Chipzilla’s CEO Brian Krzanich confirmed that the delay in the release of Broadwell delay has not put a spanner in the works of Skylake.

A Glass or two may boost battery life
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Searching for the solution at the bottom of a glass

Boffins at ETH Zurich have discovered a new type of glass material that could make a major difference to the life of batteries.

US penetrated Kim Jong-Un
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Made his eyes water

The United States secretly penetrated North Korea's computer systems four years ago which was one of the reasons that Washington knows Pyongyang was to blame for the recent cyberattack on Sony.

Alibaba to offer Americans chance to sell in China
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Time to sell your Chinese knock-offs 

China's Alibaba Group plans a major move to win U.S. business this year, by offering American retailers to sell into China.

Using encryption makes you a terrorist
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Spanish judge does not really get it

According to a Spanish Judge if you are encrypting your traffic you are probably a terrorist and the police can raid your home.

Hackers attack French Press
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Instant surrender

The security systems of France’s leading newspapers have surrendered to attacks which appear to have come from people who think that shooting journalists is the best way to spread a religion of love.

HP set to release two new tablets
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HP Pro Slate 10 EE G1 and HP Pro Tablet 10 EE G1

The maker of printer ink which is more expensive than gold, HP is about to put out two tablets later this year.

AMD shows off facial recognition search
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Organise your video collection

AMD has developed facial recognition technology to enable users to organize and search video clips based on the people featured in them.

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.

Apple about to steal GoPro’s idea
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Shareholders flee

It seems that Apple is about to steal GoPro’s idea for mountable cameras as part of sporting equipment.