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Panasonic to help Tesla build battery 'Gigafactory'

Panasonic has penned a deal with Tesla Motors to help build the electric-car startup's "Gigafactory," which it hopes will produce half a million electric-vehicle batteries per year.
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Judge approves Apple e-books price-fixing settlement

A U.S. district court judge has given preliminary approval for Apple to pay a US$450 million settlement for its role in an e-books price-fixing conspiracy.
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Retail industry rallies behind open standard for tokenization

A coalition of retail industry trade groups this week called for the creation of an open tokenization standard for protecting credit and debit card data from theft and misuse.
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HP's SlateBook 14 Android laptop ships, but with a higher price than expected

Hewlett-Packard's SlateBook 14 laptop with the Android OS has started shipping on schedule, but it's priced at US$429, which is $30 more than the company had said it would cost.
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Google offloads mystery barge to marine company

The Boston-based barge and marine contracting company that bought one of Google's mystery barges is still trying to figure out what to do with it.
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Train robots hands-on to dump trash with this new OS

Don't program robots -- train them. That's the stated goal of Brain Corporation, whose operating system is designed to allow robots to learn how to dump trash or open doors via hands-on training, not programming.
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Oregon's move from Oracle-developed site to Healthcare.gov on track, official says

Oregon's effort to transition its health insurance exchange from a problem-wracked website originally developed by Oracle to the federal Healthcare.gov platform is going according to schedule and expectations, state officials said this week.
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Facebook outage hits users

Facebook is reporting "increased errors" on all of its platforms.
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HP's new lifeline for OpenVMS gets a thanks from users

The decision by HP to license OpenVMS source code to a new engineering firm is getting mostly positive reaction from the likes of user groups such as HP-Interex France.
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Android vulnerability still a threat to many devices nearly two years later

Security researchers have recently found a vulnerability that could be used to hijack Android apps and devices, but an older issue that can have the same effect remains a significant threat nearly two years after its discovery, according to security firm Bromium.
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HP agrees to settle allegations it overbilled US Postal Service

Hewlett-Packard has agreed to pay US$32.5 million to settle allegations that it overbilled the U.S. Postal Service on a IT hardware contract.
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LateRooms.com aims to innovate faster by thinking API-first

LateRooms.com is speeding up its innovation cycles by using APIs to mock up new features more quickly.
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German copyright law is unconstitutional, Yahoo says in complaint

A German copyright law that gives publishers the exclusive right to the commercial use of their content online is unconstitutional according to Yahoo, which has filed a complaint with Germany's Federal Constitutional Court.
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Wyre Council launches mobile advice centre

Wyre Council has launched a new mobile advice centre to bring digital services to residents who lack internet access or skills.
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Attackers can easily create dangerous file-encrypting malware, new threat suggests

A new program that encrypts files to extort money from users highlights that attackers don't need advanced programming skills to create dangerous and effective ransomware threats, especially when strong encryption technology is freely available.
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