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Microsoft China uses 'Windows 9' as official name of next edition

Microsoft's China division today briefly touted "Windows 9" in a post to the Weibo micro-blogging service, bolstering the speculation that the company will stick to a numerical name for its next OS.
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Google to build quantum computing processors

Google has partnered with scientists at the University of California, Santa Barbara to build new processors for use in quantum computing systems.
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Office for iPad adds monthly in-app subscription payments

Microsoft today began letting customers subscribe to Office 365 in monthly payments within its Office for iPad apps.
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Home Depot investigates possible payment data breach

Home Depot said Tuesday it was investigating a possible breach of its systems holding customer payment information tied to credit and debit cards.
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Sony joins AllSeen Alliance to push for common ground in IoT

Sony has now joined Microsoft, LG Electronics and other consumer electronics vendors in the AllSeen Alliance, strengthening the group's effort to make "Internet of things" devices work together.
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Groups: FCC shouldn't overturn state laws against municipal broadband

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission should stay out of the way of states that have passed laws prohibiting or limiting city-funded broadband networks that compete with private services, several groups have told the agency.
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Apple blames leaked nude celebrity photos on 'targeted attack'

A targeted attack focused on user names, passwords and security questions of Apple accounts gave hackers access to nude photos of celebrities that were then leaked over the weekend on the Internet, the company said Tuesday.
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Hackers make drive-by download attacks stealthier with fileless infections

Cybercriminals are increasingly infecting computers with malware that resides only in memory in order to make their attacks harder to detect.
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Compuware switches to private ownership

Freeing itself from the fetters of public-investor expectations, IT infrastructure company Compuware is becoming privately held, with equity investment firm Thoma Bravo purchasing the company outright for approximately US$2.5 billion.
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Apple's OS X Yosemite gets big start thanks to public beta

Apple's not-yet-shipped OS X Yosemite has gotten a jump on grabbing users, thanks to the company's free beta program, data released Monday showed.
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Yorkshire Bank apologises as payments glitch is resolved

Yorkshire Bank has apologised to customers after payment processing was delayed and online and branch systems were taken offline.
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Civil services tech fast stream opens for applications

The civil service has opened applications to its fast stream graduate recruitment programme.
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Sleep detection technology to enter car market

Seeing Machines will kit out General Motors' cars with driver monitoring systems, the London-listed technology firm announced yesterday.
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