China imposes smartwatch army ban

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China imposes smartwatch and wearable tech army ban 13 May 2015 From the section Technology Members of China’s two million strong army are banned from wearing unauthorised tech while on... Read More

Google in 'right to be forgotten' talks

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Google in ‘right to be forgotten’ talks with regulator By Kevin Rawlinson BBC News 13 May 2015 From the section Technology Google is in talks with the Information Commissioner’s Office... Read More

BBC Global iPlayer to close in June

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BBC Global iPlayer to close in June 13 May 2015 From the section Technology The global iPlayer app was first made available in July 2011 The BBC has confirmed the... Read More

Facebook tightens its grip on news

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Facebook tightens its grip on news Rory Cellan-Jones Technology correspondent 13 May 2015 From the section Technology comments Where do you get your online news? For millions, the answer is... Read More

Free mobile data plans coming to UK

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Free mobile voice, text and data plans coming to UK By Dan Simmons Technology reporter 13 May 2015 From the section Technology Free voice, internet, text and video-calling is promised... Read More

Firm sued over location-tracking app

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Staff-tracking app faces legal scrutiny in US 12 May 2015 From the section Technology The woman is alleging that an app which tracks movements 24/7 invaded her privacy A US... Read More

EE tops consumer telecoms complaints

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EE tops consumer landline and broadband complaints 12 May 2015 From the section Technology EE is the most complained-about phone and broadband provider, according to regulator Ofcom. Complaints against the... Read More

Jamie's website hacked a third time

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Jamie Oliver website hit by malware for a third time By Dan Simmons Technology reporter 12 May 2015 From the section Technology Thinking hard: Jamie Oliver’s website has been hit... Read More

Verizon buys AOL for $4.4bn

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Verizon buys AOL for $ 4.4bn 12 May 2015 From the section Business The deal also includes websites such as the Huffington Post US telecommunications giant Verizon has agreed to... Read More

Map Maker suspended due to vandalism

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Google suspends Map Maker because of vandalism 12 May 2015 From the section Technology One hack appeared to put ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden in the White House Google is suspending... Read More