Microsoft might charge an arm and leg for Windows 10 Pro for Workstations
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Changes to licences

Software King of the World, Microsoft, is adding a new edition of Windows 10 to its lineup, but with it comes some licensing changes which could see price increases.

North Korean hackers score victory over the South
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Nicked some important military plans

They might be armed with ancient PCs and their boss is using an Apple Mac, but North Korean hackers still managed to steal some important military plans from the South.

Purism's Linux phone successfully crowdfunded
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Wisdom of the Crowd

Purism's open source mobile phone has been been successfully crowdfunded when it reached and passed its goal of $1.5 million, with 13 days left.

Google’s AI nearly as bright as a US politician
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Twice as intelligent as Siri

Google's AI has the same IQ as a moderately retarded human and more than twice as high as Apple's Siri in a comparative analysis.

Iphone not designed to be used
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Jonny Ive says it is just meant to be looked at

The iPhone is not designed to be used all the time, says the guy who designed it.

Source code reviews by dodgy governments should be limited
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Micro Focus will not let “high risk” governments look under its bonnet

British tech firm Micro Focus International said it would restrict reviews of the core operating instructions in its products by “high-risk” governments.

Russians ban crypto-currency exchanges
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Being used for money laundering

Russia will block access to websites of exchanges that offer crypto-currencies such as Bitcoin.

Microsoft kills Windows Media Player
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Update removes it from Windows 10

Windows Media Player has been removed from the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

US chain stores pull Kaspersky Lab products from shelves
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Reds under the beds

Office Depot and Best Buy have removed Kaspersky Lab products from shelves and are offering existing Kaspersky customers replacement security software.

Russians were gaming Google for Trump
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Not just Facebook

While it has been confirmed President Putin was splashing out cash on Facebook advertising to get Donald Trump elected in the US, it seems he was also spending a small fortune on Google too.