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Security flaw pushes OPM web app offline... Oracle can charge Google for Java in Android... Microsoft mapping tech finds its way to Uber
Google favoring own services may harm consumers... Tech industry hails same-sex marriage ruling... Disney bans selfie sticks
The Korean company will no longer block Microsoft's update service from running on PCs it sells.
Self-driving cars face off on California road... Satya Nadella has a new mission (statement)... Uber protests get real in France
Users who install Java will have to uncheck a box to avoid getting Yahoo as their default home page and search engine.
Snowflake opens cloud data warehouse... Google puts a data center in a coal plant... Facebook opens Messenger to all
Yahoo has cut a deal with Oracle to promote Yahoo alongside its Java technology
SourceForge's distasteful junkware-pushing antics have soured open-source projects on the one-time free software titan.
Microsoft reshuffles executives... Uber goes to court to deny driver rights... AT&T faces $100M fine over unlimited data limitations
The company reported its first overall sales decline in more than two years
Baseball gets a hacking scandal... Airbus plans Internet satellites... European court holds site liable for comments
Preview program members can send games to their Windows 10 PCs ahead of public launch later this year.
IBM bets on Spark... report claims Russia, China cracked Snowden files... Alibaba preps video streaming
It also can no longer distribute Solaris patches to its customers
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