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BlackBerry sues Typo again over latest version of add-on keyboard

BlackBerry claims the Typo2 Keyboard copies its designs and patents

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Competition, new rules to spur West African electronic financial services

Mobile money services have grown, but face hurdles among rural poor, experts say

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Payments startup iZettle makes chip & PIN card reader available for free

The free reader could entice more small European merchants to start accepting card payments

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Campaigners offer simpler way to find out if British government spied on you

The price of convenience, though, is handing your contact details not just to GCHQ but also to a tribunal and Privacy Internatinoal

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Proposal for altered data retention law is still unlawful, Dutch DPA says

Obliging telecom companies to retain customer data for months to help the police catch criminals is disproportionate, the DPA said

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Monday, February 16

Hackers robbing banks blind ... US establishing rules on drones ... Xiaomi still on top in China... and more tech news

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LG executive indicted over broken Samsung washing machine

LG releases closed-circuit television footage in his defense

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Infosys to acquire startup Panaya to automate customer tasks

The company hopes to get more cost-efficient in the delivery of its services by using automation

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FAA proposes opening skies to commercial drones

Automated delivery drones, like those proposed by Amazon, would remain grounded under the FAA's proposed rules.

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FAA seen ready to open skies to commercial drones

Proposed rules allowing commercial drone flight will be published on Sunday morning

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Huawei faces outcry over telecom towers in Zambia

Towers do not adhere to technical specifications

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Democratic Republic of Congo restores Internet throughout country

The government had moved to block communications in an attempt to quell public protests

Megaupload programmer pleads guilty to copyright infringement

The computer programmer, the first Megaupload defendant to be sentenced, is going to jail.