HP is now cut in two
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End of an error

The maker of expensive printer ink, HP has formally cut itself in two today in a move to turn around its fortunes.

Apple rejects security app because it mentions Apple insecurity
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Chaos shows that Apple TV will be as slanted as Fox

It is starting to look like Apple TV will be heavily censored to conform Jobs’ Mob marketing.

Tablet venders try to get specific
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Might save the Tablet industry

Tablet venders are rethinking the model away from the law laid down by Steve Jobs which decreed they needed to be big smartphones which cannot make a call.

Amazon purges itself of Apple
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Will not sell competing devices

Amazon has finally had a enough of Apple and is pulling its products from its store.

Move to ban East-Texas courts from patent disputes
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EFF in troll beating measure


In a cunning plan to defeat patent and copyright trolls, the EFF is trying to get the use of East Texas courts banned for those sorts of cases.

Blackberry Priv photo leaks
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A load of leaking toilet

Snaps of the toilet-themed android-powered, overpriced BlackBerry Priv have appeared online.

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.

OnePlus X will need invites
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For the first month

OnePlus X is an attractive 5 inch phone powered by the Snapdragon 801 SoC but you will need an invite to buy one. 

Windows 10 "recommended update" in 2016
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110 million installs and forcing more

Microsoft plans to put the Windows 10 upgrade to a recommended update path for end users, without much chance to say no,  as part of a push to get more installs for the OS.

Refunds for Batman on PC
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No Joker – the game is broken

Warner Bros has started offering refunds for Batman: Arkham Knight on PC after finally admitting that the game was broken.