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SingTel acquires TrustWave for managed security services

TrustWave will become a standalone business unit of SingTel and not curtail its services

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Bitcoin Foundation hit hard by big bitcoin losses

While the Bitcoin Foundation says it's not bankrupt, it has been hit hard by the currency it's trying to promote.

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HP tells cybersecurity customers to focus on people and processes

Organizations put too much emphasis on new technology

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Informatica goes private in $5.3B buyout

The move will take the data-integration giant away from Wall Street's prying eyes

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Group fighting 'Net censorship in China presses on despite DDoS attack

GreatFire vows to continue its efforts to provide Chinese users with access to blocked websites

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Tuesday, April 7

YouTube Kids blasted for ad-heavy content... new battery tech promises one-minute charge times... CurrentC payments coming mid-year

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Uber seeks to dismiss India rape lawsuit

Uber says its US unit had nothing to do with alleged assault and it's outside the reach of US courts

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Samsung expects big drop in first-quarter profits

The company is battling fierce competition at both ends of the smartphone business

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The Pentagon's groundbreaking IPv6 project hasn't broken much ground

The U.S. Department of Defense pledged to deploy IPv6 but hasn't made much progress, its Inspector General says

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Turkey blocks Twitter, YouTube over hostage photo

Turkey's prime minster reportedly called the sites tools of propaganda

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Monday, April 6

Chip could make smartphones into 3D scanners...US, IBM surge in mobile patents...Roku gets voice upgrade

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California sends revenge porn operator to prison for 18 years

The case is described as the first criminal prosecution of its kind in the U.S.

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US gains in mobile patents as IBM passes Samsung

More than one quarter of patents issued in the U.S. last year were for mobile inventions