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FBI director calls for greater police access to communications

Apple and Google should also rethink their plans to enable smartphone encryption by default, he says.

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European Commission takes Belgium, Luxembourg to court over telecom regulators

Issues involve competition in telecom sector

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China's chip investments potentially more good than bad for TSMC

TSMC is hoping it has more to gain than lose from China's investments into its local semiconductor industry

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Oracle sued over employee no-poaching agreement with Google

The former Oracle employee charges the company with restraining competition

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FBI warns of cyberattacks linked to China

The FBI and security companies have observed 'recent intrusions'

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EU bodies should accept new e-signatures in all transactions, says Kroes

Accepting digitally signed bids for all public procurement projects could save the EU billions of euros, according to Neelie Kroes

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CTIA: Mobile carriers still need lighter net neutrality rules

The FCC shouldn't hold mobile broadband providers to the same regulations as wired providers, the CTIA chief says

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Intel preps new technology to secure credit card transactions

Intel's Data Protection Technology for Transactions works with Apple Pay

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Qualcomm to buy Bluetooth and GPS chip designer CSR for $2.5B

Qualcomm's bid trumped a bid from Microchip

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NEC wearable measures blood pressure with less squeeze

Smartphone-linked prototype can be worn under clothing

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Tech workers now oppose settlement they reached in Silicon Valley hiring case

Google, Apple, Adobe and Intel stand accused of entering into no-hiring agreements

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SAP looks to long-time ally IBM for help expanding in the cloud

The move will give SAP access to a total of 60 data centers around the world

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S-money invites French Twitter users to make their payments public

A French mobile payment service now allows person-to-person payments via Twitter -- but all transactions will be public