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CONCESSION: Internet giant Google said Wednesday it would remove news snippets and thumbnails of articles from several German news sites from its search results amid a legal battle with publishers. — Reuters
PREDICTIONS: Hewlett-Packard Co's vice-president of server engineering expects new lower-power servers made with technology from ARM Holdings to make inroads in niche datacentres over the next year in a market dominated by Intel Corp. — Reuters
GUILTY: A federal jury on Wednesday said Philips Electronics NA should pay US$466.8mil (RM1.51bil) to Masimo Corp for having infringed two patents for technology used to help measure blood oxygen and track pulse rates. — Reuters

Google removes news snippets in Germany legal fight

Russia to develop cyberspace 'security' without 'total control'

HP sees low-power servers making inroads in niche datacentres

Philips Electronics loses US$467mil patent verdict to Masimo

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Facebook makes peace with gays over 'real names'

2 October 2014

Facebook on Wednesday vowed to ease its "real names" policy that prompted drag queen performers to quit the social network and sparked wider protests in the gay community and beyond.

RUMOUR MILL: Apple Inc's new mobile operating system iOS8 is causing significant issues for some users who connect their phones to cars via Bluetooth, reports Apple news blog MacRumors, citing reports on Apple's Support forums and its own user forums. — EPA

Apple's iOS 8 causing Bluetooth connectivity issues: MacRumors

2 October 2014

Apple Inc's new mobile operating system iOS8 is causing significant issues for some users who connect their phones to cars via Bluetooth, reports Apple news blog MacRumors, citing reports on Apple's Support forums and its own user forums.

London turns its classic red phone boxes green

2 October 2014

London's famous red telephone boxes are turning green thanks to a new phone booth unveiled Wednesday that runs on solar power and allows people to charge up their mobile devices.

The LG F60 a big phone for those with small pockets

2 October 2014

Apple and Samsung aren't the only smartphone giants launching new handsets at the moment; LG has just very calmly and quietly announced the LG F60, a phone it describes as "stylish" and offering a "premium 4G LTE experience".

Air monitoring smartwatch for kids

2 October 2014

The Tokyo-based telecom operator has announced that a safety-focused children's smartwatch called Docotch is in the works, with key features including the ability to measure air quality in the home.

Intel unveils Basis Peak fitness tracker

2 October 2014

Striding full force into the wearables market, Intel unveiled its newest addition Tuesday, a smartwatch that has a special focus on sleep tracking.

Japan unveils 'anti-loneliness' hugging chair

2 October 2014

There are times in everyone's life when only a hug will do. Now one Japanese company has come up with a chair that's always ready to give a comforting cuddle.

These sunglasses claim to banish the winter blues

2 October 2014

Hardly sunglasses, this latest piece of wearable technology does the opposite of what sunglasses do by providing light therapy to ward off symptoms of seasonal affective disorder (SAD), also known as winter depression.

Can Zero's new bikes create a buzz about electric power?

2 October 2014

At first glance the Californian firm's 2015 range of bikes — officially unveiled at Intermot in Cologne, Germany — looks a lot like its current range. However, pull away the fairing and the changes are massive.

Sports safety: Jolt reveals force of the impact

2 October 2014

Jolt Sensor is a small clip that attaches to any piece of athletic headgear, vibrating when the head undergoes a dangerous acceleration and providing assistance in case of an impact.

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