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Eric Schmidt and his daughter describe North Korea visit
Like the country itself, Google chairman was initially less than communicative about his recent trip to North Korea. Now, though, both he and his daughter have opened up about what Sophie Schmidt describes as 'The Truman Show, at country scale'.
Google plans £1 billion London HQ
Google's planning a huge corporate headquarters in London, closing two offices and moving onto a £1 billion site in King's Cross.
AMD’s accidental future home vision
Last week at CES there was one presentation that prompted me to think more about the future than any other exhibit - but not exactly in the way the vendor originally intended.
Former AMD execs accused of stealing trade secrets
AMD has accused four former employees of stealing 100,000 confidential documents before jumping ship to work for Nvidia.
Well, that'll make all the difference, won't it?
Google chairman Eric Schmidt has reportedly used his time in North Korea this week to explain to the government how beneficial an open internet is.
Nvidia adopts 2020 gaming model half a decade early
Of all the chip vendors, Nvidia took the biggest risks at CES this year, launching both a line of rack-mounted gaming servers and a hybrid handheld gaming device.
Google chairman arrives in North Korea on controversial trip
Google chairman Eric Schmidt, along with former New Mexico governor Bill Richardson, has arrived in North Korea for the start of a two or three day visit.
FTC lets Google off antitrust hook
The Federal Trade Commission has completed its investigation of Google over unfair business practices - and the company's got off very lightly indeed.
The hunt for the big tech product of 2013
This week kicks off the annual year-long hunt for the Big Tech Product of 2013. Fortunately, we already have some rather auspicious contenders.
Tim Cook's pay packet shrinks by 99 percent
Times are hard for all of us it seems: even Apple CEO Tim Cook is taking a pay cut - and it's a biggie.
Apple sees big slide in customer satisfaction
Amazon's won the highest customer satisfaction rating in a survey of online stores which also finds that Apple has seen its rating slip noticeably.
DoJ to investigate HP's Autonomy takeover
Hewlett-Packard has revealed that the Department of Justice is investigating its aquisition of British software company Autonomy.
Gun Control: How technology could provide the answer neither side will see
The pro-gun control and pro-firearms folks are having a bit Scrooge post-Christmas as a New York newspaper (Journal News) posted an interactive map highlighting licensed gun owners, including their names.
Instagram sued over new terms of service
Instagram has been hit with a class-action lawsuit following its decision to change its terms of service.
Wikileaks to publish over 1 million documents in 2013
Julian Assange’s latest announcement from the balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy, London, promises more from Wikileaks in 2013.
Senator calls for legislation over greedy data caps
Oregon senator Ron Wyden is calling for regulations on how carriers can implement data caps, bringing them in line with net neutrality rules.
RIM to pay out for Nokia patents
RIM has cleared one obstacle out of its way, settling its patent dispute with Nokia for an undisclosed sum and ongoing royalties.
FTC tightens up child privacy rules
Apps and websites will have to jump through more hoops before gathering personal information on children, thanks to a set of amendments to the creaking Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA).
Penguin settles price-fixing case
Penguin has agreed to settle with the Department of Justice over its alleged e-book price-fixing, ramping up the pressure on Apple to do the same.
Jim Cramer vs. John McAfee: From mad to crazy
Last week Jim Cramer of Mad Money clearly was having a slow news day and felt he needed to comment about the drama surrounding John McAfee.