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Hackers hitting point of sale systems with BrutPOS botnet

Unclear how evolved malware is being spread, warns FireEye

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UK wants Right to be Forgotten removed from draft data-protection laws

Justice minister Simon Hughes voices disquiet with law in light of recent ruling

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EE says 300Mbps 4G London rollout to finish by June 2015

Firm says spectrum is be the lifeblood of its offering

UK government confirms uncharged phone, tablet rules in place for travellers

The US Transport Security Administration introduced new rules saying that uncharged smartphones can't be taken on planes

HGST unveils 10K RPM data centre hard drives with 12Gbps SAS

New 10K drives offer the perfect balance of price, capacity and performance for mission-critical applications

HP lands major high-performance computing deal with Airbus

Company to boost HPC tools to 1,200 teraflops

Microsoft releases critical Internet Explorer fix in Patch Tuesday update

Patch Tuesday brings a total of six security bulletins and 29 updates

US senate intelligence group approves cyber-sharing bill despite privacy concerns

The US Senate Intelligence Committee backs bill with 12-3 vote

EMC buys big data cloud storage firm TwinStrata for VMAX upgrade

Company announces sweep of reforms in hybrid cloud portfolio

Apple extends solar farm plans, Greenpeace celebrates moves

City of Claremont in North Carolina approves 100-acre, $55m solar farm plans from Apple to power its data centres

Red Hat delivers Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform 5 based on RHEL 7

Latest release now backed by three years of support from Red Hat

TechHub heads to India with Bangalore office opening

Start-up group looks to build east-west relationship

Sony unveils Xperia C3 'selfie smartphone' with dual SIM and 4G LTE support

New device also features 5MP front camera for better selfies

Chinese Deep Panda hackers focus on Iraq over oil interests

CrowdStrike finds a switch from the US amid crisis in Middle East

Samsung, Dell and Intel form Internet of Things development group

Open Interconnect Consortium has open standards in mind

M&S reveals online sales slump after major website relaunch

High-street retailer manages to mess up in area that's mostly booming

Post Office to launch mobile network on EE from the autumn

Private enterprise looks to cash in on mobile market

Nokia Lumia 930 launches 17 July with £33 per month price tag

Flagship Microsoft Windows Phone 8.1 smartphone to come with wireless charger

EU to buy 100,000 PCs for 50 offices across Europe

Scope of tender revealed by benchmarking firm Futuremark

Spanish WiFi firm Gowex admits years of accounting fraud

CEO takes to Twitter to admit to accounting falsities

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