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Lawyer cites government theft charges in bid for Silk Road retrial

Recent charges of embezzlement from Silk Road could give Ross Ulbricht a new trial, lawyer argues

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Cisco to buy SDN startup Embrane

Cisco is already an investor in the virtualized network appliance company

Obama authorizes sanctions against hackers

The sanctions will help the US go after overseas attackers when foreign governments can't step in.

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As Uber cries foul in Europe, EC advises it to first follow the law

Uber says it has filed complaints against Germany, France and Spain

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Wednesday, April 1

Amazon wants you to push its buttons...HP sues former execs for $5 billion...Belgians say Facebook is flouting laws

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EPIC appeals to court for FAA drone privacy rules

The organization wants a court to force the FAA to come up with privacy regulations concerning drones.

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HP hits former Autonomy execs with $5B suit

Mike Lynch, who was Autonomy's CEO, vowed he will strike back with his own lawsuit

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SAP co-founder Tschira dies at 74

He founded SAP with four former IBM colleagues in 1972 with a vision of real-time data prcoessing

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Facebook tracks all site vistors, violating EU law, report says

Facebook slammed the report, claiming it contains factual inaccuracies.

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Tuesday, March 31

Former agents charged with stealing Silk Road bitcoins... Intel wants to quadruple SSD space... smartwatches forecast to boom in 2015

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Samsung, LG make up in dispute over broken washing machines

The South Korean giants would rather focus on improving their products and services

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IBM to pump $3 billion into new IoT business unit

The IBM IoT Cloud Open Platform could ingest and analyze Internet of Things data for enterprises

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US trade body to investigate Apple after Ericsson complaints

The case is part of a growing spat between the two companies on LTE patents