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EU Court rejects Data Retention Directive: end of the line for Communications Data Bill? 
Data retention directive from the EU is declared invalid, as rights bodies call for the UK to finally drop plans to force ISPs to keep user information
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As Windows XP fades from view, we salute it.... 
After thirteen years, Windows XP is coming to the end of its life. Our quiz commemorates it
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Kim Dotcom also explains why he owns a signed copy of Mein Kampf
“This is a movement for the freedom of the Internet and technology”, says the fugitive Kim Dotcom - who cannot stand for election in New Zealand himself
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Wearable tech has history (and a future)
Ray-Bans with built-in google Glass? It's just the latest sign that wearable technology is hitting the big time, Michael Moore
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... these bags look just like the ones inside wine boxes,..
Three-pint bags of Ink arm Epson inkjet printers to outlast laser printers, and the Workforce Pro models use less power in the process
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Google's answer to XP-laden businesses: discounts on Chromebooks @MickeyCaskill 
Google dances on Windows XP's grave with Chromebook offers
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Move over red phone box, here comes the new pavement star - the fibre cabinet!
Fibre cabinets can be just as iconic as the red phone box say superfast broadband advocates
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eBay fraudsters said to have sent bricks and vegetables instead of the products their victims had paid for, according to Europol's Cyber Crime Centre
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Huawei is outraged: it seems that the NSA was spying on it, while the US government accused it of spying for the Chinese
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Our Quiz of the Week - GPS satellite navigation 
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Global Editor, Data Center Dynamics
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  • Datacenter Dynamics
    Global Editor, 2014 - present
  • Net Media Europe
    UK Editor,TechWeek, 2009 - 2014
    Editor of TechWeek (previoulsy eWEEK Europe)
  • Peter Judge
    Freelance, 2002 - 2009
    - Wireless Editor of TechWorld, - Contributor ZdNet - #Contributor, the Guardian
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    Enteprise Editor, 2001 - 2002
  • Infonetics Research
    European Head of Analysis, 1000 - 2001
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    Network Editor, IT Week, 1998 - 2000
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Experts Suggest Flight MH370 Could Have Fallen Victim To Hackers
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A former scientific adviser to the government has suggested that the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 could have been hijacked by hack

ICO Looks Into BT E-Mail Data Breach Claims
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ICO looks into claims that BT exposed its users' email accounts during platform migration from Yahoo Mail

Thames Valley Data Centres Escape Floods - For Now
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Slough's data centres have kept out of the floods. Peter Judge suggests they think about contributing to flood defences to keep it that way

IT Life: Building A Smartphone In 1999
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Ten years before the iPhone, Andy Harter was building a smartphone in Cambridge

Yahoo Mail Passwords Breached In 'Co-ordinated Attack'
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Yahoo admits its Yahoo Mail service was breached by a co-ordinated attack using passwords gathered from elsewhere

Microsoft Close To Appointing Satya Nadella As New CEO?
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Current head of Microsoft’s cloud computing division and enterprise business apparently set to replace Steve Ballmer as CEO

Quiz Of The Week: The Rise of Lenovo
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Lenovo's buying IBM's servers and Motorola's phones for the Chinese New Year. What else do you know about the company?

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.uk Domains To Hit The Web On 10 June
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Shorter, snappier domains mark the first of many new site naming options ahead of further ICANN rollout

Chancellor Merkel Warns UK And US On Surveillance
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Chancellor Merkel says snooping “sows distrust” amongst allies in address to German parliament

Dell Launches Wyse Cloud Connect – Android PC On A Stick
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Dell has launched Wyse Cloud Connect, its first portable Android-based thin client platform

Google And Lenovo's Win-Win Deal For Motorola
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Google may have lost money on Motorola Mobility, says Peter Judge, but selling the unit to Lenovo was the right move

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Title and etymology. The word pope derives from Greek πάππας meaning "Father". In the early centuries of Christianity, this title was applie

Militant Morris Men Will Flashmob Olympics
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Traditional morris dancers will turn to modern technology to protest during the London Olympics

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John Bosco (Italian: Giovanni Melchiorre Bosco; 16 August 1815 – 31 January 1888), known as Don Bosco, was an Italian Roman Catholic priest,

Very easy lessons for the melodeon - Lesson 9 - Speed The Plough
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Daddy Long Les teaches you how to play the tune "Speed The Plough". Go to www.daddylongles.com. Click on "Music and Tab sheets" to download

Purr - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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A purr is a sound made by all species of felids and is a part of cat communication. It varies between cats (for example by loudness and tone

Survey: Consumers Want iPhone 5, Sight Unseen
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Apple's iPhone 5 is seeing heavy demand from consumers, even though they know nothing about it