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Todays Top Technology News  
     Wed 22 October 2014
 

Wall Street Journal

iPad Air 2 Review: The Best Tablet Needs to Work Harder
Wall Street Journal
Apple's newest tablet is thinner than ever, but whether it is for you depends on where you plan on holding it—and what you want to do with it. WSJ's Joanna Stern reviews the Air 2. Photo/Video: Drew Evans/The Wall Street Journal. By. Joanna Stern. Joanna ...
Apple iPad Air 2 review : Apple's best tablet yet, but is that enough?The Guardian
Apple iPad Air 2PC Magazine
Review: iPad Air 2 is gold for pros, less so for average joesThe Globe and Mail
Hindustan Times -Mashable -Al-Bawaba
all 410 news articles »
 

The Guardian

Hey, McFly! Hoverboard available on Kickstarter for $10000
The Guardian
Marty McFly gets a hoverboard in Back to The Future II in 1989, set in October 2015. Now you can get a hoverboard - though not for skating. Photograph: Allstar Picture Library. Samuel Gibbs. Tuesday 21 October 2014 20.00 EDT ...
Marty McFly wannabes face disappointment with the Hendo HoverboardRegister
You'll be able to ride a fully-functional hoverboard in 2015Mirror.co.uk
Now you can hover back to the future, tooThe Times (subscription)
GMA News -myfoxny.com -PerezHilton.com
all 220 news articles »
 

New York Times

Apple Pay: Seamless in Stores, but Quirky Online
New York Times
Apple says Apple Pay is more secure than a traditional credit card payment, because the system sends one-time codes to merchants to complete purchases rather than actual credit card numbers. Credit Eric Risberg/Associated Press. Continue reading the ...
Why the iPhone 6's Apple Pay is all about owning your identityBetaNews
Wave and pay: Apple could usher in era of mobile walletsTimes of India
New Apple iPads and Macs evolve but don't surpriseBangkok Post
Beta Wired -Gizmodo Australia -9NEWS.com
all 2,313 news articles »
 

Belfast Newsletter

Keep eyes peeled for comet dust over Ulster
Belfast Newsletter
The comet, which is usually seen once every 75 years, is not due to make an appearance until 2061. However, its cosmic trail should be visible to the naked eye on Tuesday and Wednesday this week – wowing stargazers across the county. • Send us your ...
Halley's Comet set to light up Cambridgeshire night skyPeterborough Telegraph
Halley's Comet to light up the skiesSleaford Today
HALLEY'S COMET: How to see it above Milton Keynes tonightMilton Keynes MKWeb
Hayling Islander -Ilkeston Today
all 58 news articles »
 

The Guardian

Killer spider found in family's supermarket shopping
The Guardian
A family has been left “deeply traumatised” after one of the world's most poisonous and aggressive spiders was set loose in their south London home following an online delivery from Waitrose. A lethal Brazilian wandering spider had been hiding in a bunch of ...
Brazilian Wandering spider found under a bunch of bananas in Waitrose home ...The Independent
Brazilian Wandering spider delivered in Waitrose online shoppingTelegraph.co.uk
Terrified family forced to flee home after world's most venomous spider is ...Mirror.co.uk
Sydney Morning Herald -Express.co.uk -ITV News
all 67 news articles »
 

Gloucester Citizen

Top ten most common online scams to watch out for
Gloucester Citizen
A survey has said that 54 per cent of cyber crime victims wish to unmask a perpetrator, but only 14 per cent have succeeded. Comments (0). The ten biggest online scams lost victims across the country 670million over the last year – and this figure is likely to ...
Cybercrime impacts half of BritsWired.co.uk
Half Of Brits Fall Victim To Cybercrime, But Just 32 Percent Report ItTechWeekEurope UK
Hacked and ashamed? C'mon, Brits – report that cybercrimeRegister
RT -Computing -Burton Mail
all 19 news articles »
 

Express.co.uk

Days of landline phones look numbered
Herald Scotland
The home phone landline is a thing of the past, according to a study that found more than one in three people do not know their number. The home phone landline is a thing of the past, according to a study that found more than one in three people do not know ...
End of the line for our home phonesExpress.co.uk
Could you remember your landline phone number for 50?Mirror.co.uk
Home phone landline abandonedYahoo News UK
Scotsman
all 10 news articles »
 

Irish Examiner

'Passive Prozac' may affect birds' mating and eating
Irish Examiner
Increasing consumption of anti-depressant drugs may be helping humans, but damaging the health of the bird population, according to a new study. With 50m prescriptions written for anti-depressant drugs each year in the UK, traces of them are present in the ...
Prozac may be harming bird populations, study suggestsThe Guardian
Has Prozac killed off our starlings?Telegraph.co.uk

all 8 news articles »
 

Legal Business

Cartier Can Force ISPs to Block Counterfeiters, UK Court Says
JCK
Brand owners can force Internet service providers to block websites that sell counterfeits, the English High Court of Justice ruled on Oct. 17, responding to a legal challenge from Cartier. In the case, Cartier owner Richemont asked five leading U.K. Internet ...
UK High Court orders ISPs to restrict websites selling counterfeit goodsTechie News
UK ISPs ordered to block sites selling counterfeit goodsITProPortal
Richemont wins High Court fight against fakesProfessional Jeweller
Inquirer -TechWeekEurope UK
all 23 news articles »
 

Joystiq

PSN Sale of the Dead is 2 weeks of spooky game discounts
Joystiq
PSN is a scary place right now. The Sale of the Dead starts today, offering discounts of up to 65 percent – and 80 percent for Plus members – on a lineup of games over two weeks. On sale in the first week's round is Dante's Inferno ($6.50, $3.90 for Plus), ...
Sony falls short with PlayStation TV experience [The Miami Herald :: ]Businessweek
PlayStation TV: Is It Worth the Money?The Gamer Headlines
The PlayStation TV Might Be The Final Nail In The Vita CoffinCinelinx

all 63 news articles »
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