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Five arrested in JPMorgan hacking case

Bloomberg sources claim a recent set of arrests are related to the 2014 JPMorgan computer compromise affecting 83 million people

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Apple misses iPhone estimates, but sales and profits excel

The company sold fewer phones than expected but still made more money than predicted

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Microsoft reports first quarterly loss since 2012 after Nokia write-down

Microsoft's revenue for the quarter declined by 5 percent. The report included over $8 billion in charges due to the Nokia acquisition, however.

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Senate bill proposes cyber security standard for cars

The proposed legislation will also make drivers aware of what data is being collected.

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Square's new Dashboard app can help you track your sales

Data can be viewed in real time and by item, category, location or period of time

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Apple hires Chrysler executive, furthering speculation of its automotive ambitions

Apple isn't saying if Doug Betts will work on existing products or the electric car Apple is supposedly building

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There's more to municipal broadband than public funding, says report

City funding of entire networks is just one option for local officials looking to improve broadband networks, a report says

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Tuesday, July 21

Mainframes mainstay of IBM results... Tech lobbying booms... Uber takes to courts

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Toshiba's president resigns in $1 billion accounting scandal

The false accounting is Japan's biggest earnings scandal since the Olympus affair of 2011.

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Facebook, Amazon, Apple pick up spending on lobbying

Google still outstrips some of the key tech companies

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IBM's Q2 sales slide 13 percent on sale of low-end server unit

Mainframe sales lifted otherwise weak hardware results

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Google slams proposed export controls on security tools

A U.S. agency has proposed that companies exporting hacking tools from the U.S. get licenses

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Spy's suicide adds to Hacking Team scandal in South Korea

Worry that Hacking Team application was used to spy on public, politicians before election

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UCLA Health cyberattack involved sensitive data on 4.5 million people

UCLA Health claims there's no evidence yet that hackers accessed names, birth dates and medical ID numbers

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T-Mobile to pay $17.5 million fine for 911 outages

A settlement with the FCC requires the company to improve the reliability of its emergeny dialing service