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Fri 1 August 2014
Microsoft must hand over overseas data, US court rules
Microsoft has lost another bid to have a US government warrant demanding access to emails stored in its Dublin-based datacentre overturned. The company has been ordered to hand over the emails to law enforcers in the US as part of a criminal ...
Microsoft must surrender overseas data, US judge rules
Microsoft must give email stored in Ireland to US officials
Judge Rules That Microsoft Must Turn Over Data Stored in Ireland
New York Times (blog)
San Jose Mercury News
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Microsoft hits Samsung with Android patent-royalty suit
Microsoft filed its complaint against Samsung in US District Court in the Southern District of New York on August 1, following what Microsoft claims to have been "months" of attempts between the two companies to resolve their dispute. Microsoft is seeking a ...
Android makers must pay Microsoft, or else—software giant sues Samsung
Microsoft Says It Is Suing Samsung Over Smartphone-Patent Contract
Wall Street Journal
Microsoft sues Samsung over halt to royalties
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New York Daily News
Facebook Service Restored After Outage on Social Network
Facebook Inc. (FB:US) restored services after some users couldn't access the largest social network due to possible technical issues, two months after another major disruption. Earlier today, Facebook wasn't working for both mobile and Web browser users.
UPDATE 2-Facebook restores service after outage in many countries
Facebook users dial 911 over social network outage
Update: Facebook back up after crash
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Judge decides Apple's $450M e-books settlement is OK after all
US District Court Judge Denise Cote originally took issue with the settlement because Apple could end up only paying $70 million. by Shara Tibken · @sharatibken; August 1, 2014 2:37 PM PDT. comments. 0. facebook. twitter. linkedin. googleplus. more.
Judge approves Apple e-books price-fixing settlement
Apple $450 million e-book settlement wins court approval
Judge Cote Gives Preliminary Approval To Apple Settlement With States
Publishers Lunch Deluxe (subscription)
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Boffins spot weirder quantum capers as neutrons take the high road, spin takes
Imagine this: when Australian cricketer Shane Warne bowled “the ball of the century”, a delivery that drifted one way, then hit the pitch and spun the other, the reason batter Mike Gatting was bamboozled was because the spin took a different path from the ball.
Researchers separate a particle from its properties
Particles can be physically separated from own properties, scientists say
'Quantum Cheshire Cat' becomes reality
R & D Magazine
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Decline in wading bird numbers is a warning about the state of Britain's
Some of the most familiar wading birds flocking to UK estuaries in winter have seen major declines in the past decade, conservationists have warned. The latest results from the Wetland Bird Survey have revealed that ringed plovers, redshanks, dunlin, curlew ...
Wading birds declining in the UK
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University of Bristol
Solar 'super-storms' pose a catastrophic threat to humanity
University of Bristol
Solar 'super-storms' pose a catastrophic and long-lasting threat to life on Earth if they continue to go unnoticed, a space expert has warned. Ashley Dale, from the University of Bristol, was a member of an international task force – dubbed SolarMAX – set up to ...
Apocalypse NOW: Killer solar superstorm could destroy Earth at ANY MOMENT
From blackouts to transport chaos: Solar superstorms pose a 'catastrophic' threat
Scientist underlines threat of inevitable 'solar super-storms'
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The UK Could See Driverless Cars Pootle Around the Roads as Early as Next
Accoriding to the BBC, UK governments have announced that driverless cars will be allowed on public roads as early as January, 2015. Right now driverless cars are only allowed to be 'driven' on private roads so this new law, once it comes into place, will ...
ICYMI: Driverless cars, cyber espionage & the hidden cost of data breaches
SC Magazine UK
Self-Driving Cars to Hit UK Roads
As Vince Cable gives the go ahead to driverless cars, we ask Cambridge people
Yahoo News UK
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Arrivals at Glasgow Airport find themselves in Loch Lomond and Trossachs
In a charming marketing innovation, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park has teamed up with Glasgow Airport to give passengers a multi-sensory welcome on a path that must make international arrivals feel like they've been beamed down ...
National Parks' £3m funding boost
Protection to landscapes on the right path
Aberdeen Press and Journal
Hospitalisations and jet ski near misses prompt Loch Lomond safety warning
Scottish Daily Record
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BBC launches CBeebies Storytime app for young readers
The BBC has launched a new mobile app for children, which aims to engage young people in story-telling while improving their reading and listening skills. The CBeebies Storytime app, available for free on iOS and Android devices, allows young readers to ...
BBC launches popular CBeebies Storytime app to encourage pre-schooler literacy
CBeebies Storytime app launched today
CBeebies Storytime app is now launched by BBC for young readers
The Football Examiner
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