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Geoblocking question unresolved after New Zealand lawsuit ends

The case will not go to court, leaving unanswered whether skirting geoblocks is legal

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Swedish man sentenced for powerful Blackshades malware

Alex Yucel was accused of being the mastermind behind the data-stealing program

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Samsung teams with Red Hat to build enterprise apps

The apps will run on Red Hat's new mobile application platform

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Snowflake Computing opens data warehouse to the masses

General availability of the cloud computing service comes alongside a $45 million funding round

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Saffron’s Silk Light promises to help you sleep better

This smart light bulb mimics the natural day/night cycle to match your body’s circadian clock.

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Facebook can recognize you without looking at your face

Facebook's facial recognition software is so good, it can identify you even if your face is hidden.

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Docker offers enterprise support, software for containers

The Docker Trusted Registry provides a central hub for enterprises to store containers

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Legacy telcos make peace with Internet services in Africa

Telecom execs face the facts and believe Web-based services are here to stay, an Ovum poll indicates

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Amazon, eBay, Etsy to remove Confederate flag merchandise

The changes come after last week's racially charged shooting in a South Carolina church

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The Holy Grail of notebook PCs, external graphics, is coming soon via Oculink

Oculink, designed for external PCI Express graphics on notebooks and PCs, could give laptops the graphics punch they need for gaming after hours.