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- India election 2019: Echoes of Trump in Modi's border politics
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- <h4>Prosecutors try to paint a line between journos and internet dump lord in case with significant free speech implications</h4>
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- Weak AF array sales at NetApp leave analysts feeling cold
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- We'll hack back at Russians, declare UK ministers in cyber-Blitz blitz
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- <h4>Meanwhile, privacy advocates run screaming from news, trip, end up in hospital</h4>
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- <h4>Safari tech ready to be ignored by online ad giants like all other privacy proposals</h4>
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- Koh-MG: Qualcomm guilty of abusing chip patent monopoly, biz promises to appeal
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- Kelway founder slurps Brit public sector supplier SBL, financials undisclosed
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<p>Compelling evidence for the existence of UK cryptid "the badger" has been recorded in the south-coast town of Gosport – and it appears to have a penchant for ice lollies.…</p>
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- <h4>Might be some delayed gratification there, friends</h4>
<p>Pure Storage sales for its first fiscal 2020 quarter grew 28 per cent on last year, but losses were deeper than expected as those sought after large enterprise wins eluded an expanded salesforce.…</p>
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- Bring it on, Chipzilla! Nvidia swipes back at Intel in CPU-GPU AI performance brouhaha
- <h4>Dodgy numbers, new kit versus old... neither side comes out well</h4>
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<p>DARPA, the US military's boffinry nerve center, is trying to fulfill the science-fiction dream of developing non-surgical brain-machine interfaces so soldiers can comfortably control weapon systems with their minds.…</p>
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- <h4>Cash for horizontal launchers and PowerPoint slides</h4>
<p>The UK Space Agency has flung open the doors on a mighty £2m fund aimed imbuing Blighty with spaceflight capabilities.…</p>
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<p>Microsoft on Tuesday released Windows 10, version 1903, aka the May 2019 Update, without forcing it on folks.…</p>
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<p>Google admitted Tuesday its paid-for G Suite of cloudy apps aimed at businesses stored some user passwords in plaintext albeit in an encrypted form.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
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<p>Apple developers are becoming increasingly vocal about their displeasure with the state of the iGiant's programmer documentation, which they depend upon to craft iOS and macOS software.…</p>
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<p><strong>Analysis</strong> It's taken seven years but online mega-mall Amazon will finally get its hands on the .amazon top-level domain name.…</p>
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<p><strong>KubeCon Europe</strong> The shadow of Microsoft loomed large over KubeCon with the version 1.0 release of its serverless container tech, Virtual Kubelet.…</p>
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<p>A US government agency has claimed drones pose a threat to national security in an echo of its wider campaign against all things Chinese.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
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<p><strong>Updated</strong> UK mobile operator EE has been struggling to get its VoLTE services back on their feet, after a seven-hour flood of angry complaints from customers unable to place voice calls over the 4G network.…</p>
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<p>Your iPhone can be uniquely fingerprinted by apps and websites in a way that you can never clear. Not by deleting cookies, not by clearing your cache, not even by reinstalling iOS.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
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