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IBM and Globalfoundries walk away from a deal for IBM's semiconductor unit, after a disagreement over price

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The Russian Interior Ministry offers £81,600 for a method to track users of the anonymous Tor network

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EE 4G launches campaign to remove the barriers facing pop-up businesses

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California lab houses Microsoft's bid to make quantum computers

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Wales and Team GB's Elinor Barker tells us how technology helps her train, compete and help anti-doping officials fight the battle against drugs

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Vodafone now has 900,000 4G customers in the UK and 40 percent coverage

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Contactless cards and NFC smartphones can be used to pay for London travel from 16 September, with suburban national rail services to follow

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Britain's beloved BBC has presented , pioneered and developed technology over the years. How well do you know Auntie?

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Hackers steal partially encrypted records from an events website that belongs to the bank

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TAILS Linux, used by Edward Snowden to communicate with journalists, is patching holes in one of its network overlays

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