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Julia Love 9:42 AM A phone that rotates like a cat midair to avoid landing on its glass face might not hit the shelves soon but it's in Apple's patent portfolio.
Lisa Cox 4:55 PM Australia's Privacy Commissioner has questioned whether phone and internet providers should be required to store customer metadata for as long as two years.
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Conrad Walters and Inga Ting 5:50 PM Eighteen billion is a tough figure to wrap your head around. Here are 18 ways to think about Apple's record-breaking profit.
Paul Mozur 2:33 PM China has adopted new regulations requiring companies that sell computer equipment to Chinese banks to turn over secret source code, submit to invasive audits and build so-called back doors into hardware and software.
Jay Greene 12:44 PM Amazon is launching a web-based corporate email service, available on any device.
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Mariette LE ROUX Astronomers have found the first-ever ringed planet beyond our Solar System, a super-world with a girdle of halos 200 times bigger than Saturn's.
Michael S. Schmidt and Michael D. Shear It was 5 degrees, lightly raining and pitch black near the White House when a drunk, off-duty employee for a government intelligence agency decided it was a good time to test-fly his friend's quadcopter drone that sells for hundreds of dollars and is popular among hobbyists.
Paul Mozur, Mark Scott Japanese police have raided Amazon's Tokyo headquarters, a distribution centre and the offices of an affiliate as part of an investigation into the online sale of child pornography, according to a report by the Japanese news agency Kyodo.
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