Apple makes agreement with Nokia
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Strong arming on the licencing again


Fruity cargo cult Apple’s policy of boosting its margins as interest in its products sink appears to have scored a result with Nokia.

Steve Jobs’ death cult dying out
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How soon the faithful forget


When Steve Jobs died, the Tame Apple Press said that his name would be up there with Edison, which was somewhat appropriate, and never be forgotten.

Nest preparing 4K-capable security camera
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4K sensor zooms in, outputs at 1080p with more clarity


Nest Labs, the home automation company acquired by Alphabet in 2015, is preparing to introduce a 4K-like indoor security camera with enhanced 1080p zooming features before the end of the month.

Far Cry 5 details revealed in focus group
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Middle America meets cult-like Doomsdayers with mountainous backdrop


On Monday, details surrounding the upcoming fifth installment in the Far Cry franchise made their rounds on Reddit ahead of the game’s Friday reveal.

Big Blue spy stole for the Chinese family planning clinic
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Birth control tech

A former developer for IBM admitted carrying out economic espionage and to stealing trade secrets for the Chinese equivalent of the family planning clinic.

Google is a daydream believer
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More than 10 million daydreamers in 2017

Google is confident that more than 10 million smartphones will support its Daydream platform 2017 – well, someone needs to believe in it.

Acer sees monitor market stabilise
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Expects to make a bob or two


While global demand for LCD monitors is as depressing as US politics, Acer expect its LCD monitor shipments to be stable in 2017.

Movie stealing was a failure in Bollywood
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Box office disaster averted.


Stealing a movie in India proved a song and dance for the hackers who ended up arrested.

DIY LTE networks could be a thing
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MulteFire wants you to be carrier free


An industry consortium called MulteFire wants to help you build your own LTE-like network that uses the Wi-Fi spectrum, without any carriers or providers.

New OS/2 Warp is out
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A ghost in the machine


The long-awaited modern OS/2 distribution from Arca Noae has been released.