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Luxury brands hedge their bets with smartwatches

The flurry of technology deals luxury watchmakers announced recently to tackle the Apple Watch threat are more a way to hedge their bets in case the smartwatch market takes off than a strategic U-turn.

US Marine Corps urges ‘vigilance’ after online Islamist threat

The US Marine Corps urged “vigilance” after a group claiming to be Islamic State hackers published what they said were the names and addresses of 100 military personnel and urged supporters to kill them.

Uber in deal with China's BYD to test electric cars

Uber Inc said it struck a deal with Chinese automaker BYD Co Ltd to test a fleet of electric cars for its drivers.

Twitter latest to ban 'revenge porn'

Twitter has become the latest online platform to ban "revenge porn," or the posting of sexually explicit images of a person without consent.

BlackBerry to broaden its cross-platform strategy

BlackBerry announced that it plans to expand its cross-platform strategy and deliver its often admired security, productivity and communication tools to any smartphone or tablet device running iOS, Android or Windows.

Google CFO retiring, leaves spreadsheets for backpack

Google Inc's finance chief said that he plans to retire, the latest in a series of changes in the company's upper ranks but a move that some analysts said was unlikely to cause major disruptions.

Forty percent of US homes using subscription video

Roughly the same amount of US TV-owning homes subscribe to one video streaming service as those that don't have broadband at all, according to a Nielsen report.

Apple Watch not yet setting Chinese pulses racing

Apple Inc had China front and centre at the San Francisco launch of its smart Apple Watch, trumpeting a new store in Hangzhou city and demo-ing hit Chinese messaging app WeChat.

Microsoft's digital assistant to head to Android, Apple devices

Microsoft is working on an advanced version of its competitor to Apple's Siri, using research from an artificial intelligence project called "Einstein."

Public trust in the Web ‘eroded’ says global cyber commission

The public’s trust in the Internet has been severely eroded by a cloak-and-dagger approach to collecting private data online leaving it open to abuse, the Global Commission on Internet Governance said.