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Does British Summer Time damage your health? - Telegraph

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Does British Summer Time damage your health? - Telegraph

Following FTC fines, UK iPhone users sue Google for bypassing Safari privacy settings

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Back in August, Google agreed to pay a record $22.5M FTC fine following an investigation into concerns it bypassed mobile Safari security settings in order to install tracking cookies without user consent. Now, twelve iPhone users in the UK are launching a lawsuit against Google seeking compensation related to the...
Following FTC fines, UK iPhone users sue Google for bypassing Safari privacy settings

Foxconn to allow workers to elect union representatives

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Asian manufacturer Foxconn will soon allow workers to elect union representatives for the first time, says UK newspaper The Telegraph. Under the arrangement, a chairman and 20 members of the Federation of Labour Unions Committee will be elected every five years. The Financial Times remarks that the current representatives weren't...
Foxconn to allow workers to elect union representatives

Twitter’s Greatest Gift

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Everyone often talks about the great gift that Twitter has given people. No it’s not world peace but it gives us an opportunity to stay connected like never before. It also gives marketers and PR folks a chance to connect on a level not previously thought of. Don’t get me...
Twitter’s Greatest Gift

News Corp Backs Down On Anti-Google Stance, Plans Searchable Article Previews, Keeps Paywall Intact

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Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp is planning once again to let stories from its paywalled UK newspaper The Times get indexed by the search giant Google. This reverses a two-year-old policy in which News Corp dramatically pulled stories from from Google as it prepared a paywall to better monetize that content...
News Corp Backs Down On Anti-Google Stance, Plans Searchable Article Previews, Keeps Paywall Intact

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A perfect storm is brewing for the IPCC - Telegraph

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A perfect storm is brewing for the IPCC - Telegraph

Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman Is Officially Off Mike Lynch's Christmas Card List

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Lynch. (The Telegraph) Ever since Hewlett-Packard delivered its bombshell allegations against Autonomy, the search engine maker that HP acquired for $11.1 billion last year, the dispute between the sides has fallen into a holding pattern: Autonomy founder Mike Lynch speaks, and HP doesn’t. To refresh your memory, HP said it...
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman Is Officially Off Mike Lynch's Christmas Card List

RT @billboardglenn: EMI eyes Sony deal to lock out Citibank - Telegraph http://bit.ly/b90Hh9

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Yahoo and Facebook Not in Search Alliance Discussions

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Yahoo and Facebook are not currently in talks about forming a search alliance, according to my sources, who scoffed about such a deal reported in a thinner-than-tissue-paper post by the Telegraph earlier today. In addition, Yahoo is not anywhere near ending its search partnership with Microsoft, although new CEO...
Yahoo and Facebook Not in Search Alliance Discussions
The shockingly shoddy journalism of 'Back to the Future's' newspaper

UK carrier cooperation could see 4G LTE rollout ramp up by summer 2013

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With the formal creation of Orange and T-Mobile's LTE network lovechild, Everything Everywhere, the UK finally joined the horserace for 4G. Now, it looks like rival domestic operators could get a chance to play catch-up sooner than expected, according to a report from The Telegraph. It appears the mobile...
UK carrier cooperation could see 4G LTE rollout ramp up by summer 2013

Cartoonist Hugh MacLeod of Gaping Void on digital life for artists

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Hugh MacLeod, the cartoonist known for his work on his blog Gaping Void was sketching as an artist in residence at LeWeb 2012 in London. His hectic scratchy style was shown as the conference launched its theme, ‘Faster than Real Time’ back in April. Pop-eyed toothsome characters appeared with his...
Cartoonist Hugh MacLeod of Gaping Void on digital life for artists

Greece debt contagion fears batter euro - Telegraph

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Greece debt contagion fears batter euro - Telegraph

Credit markets flash hottest warning signal since crisis - Telegraph

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Credit markets flash hottest warning signal since crisis - Telegraph

Parents Are Sending their iPad-Addicted Kids to Therapy So They Don't Have to Deal With Them

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Problem child. (Photo: Flickr) We’re all going to enter therapy for our addiction to technology eventually. Might as well start them young. That’s what they’re doing over in the United Kingdom to a four-year-old girl who, after using her iPad for more than four hours a day, became “distressed and inconsolable” when it...
Parents Are Sending their iPad-Addicted Kids to Therapy So They Don't Have to Deal With Them

Is a Facebook/Syphilis Connection 'Ridiculous'?

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Yesterday, the Telegraph ran an article about a study that seemed to have found a connection between the spread of syphilis and the popularity of Facebook. Today, the paper has run a follow-up story, wherein "Facebook has said that reports linking the site's rise to an increased incidence of the...
Is a Facebook/Syphilis Connection 'Ridiculous'?

Apple said to be working on LAN-free version of AirPlay

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Apple is preparing to announce a version of AirPlay that doesn't require people to connect to a Wi-Fi network first, says the Telegraph. The technology is said to be tentatively named "AirPlay Direct," and on track to debut at a widely-anticipated press event on September 12th. To stream audio under...
Apple said to be working on LAN-free version of AirPlay
Google & Microsoft express 'extreme' interest in unused U.K. wireless spectrum
Girl on Girl Crime: 1/4th of Women Surveyed Posted That Ugly Facebook Pic of You On Purpose

Premier League football to be made available on terrestrial Freeview television - Telegraph

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Premier League football to be made available on terrestrial Freeview television - Telegraph

Facebook's paid messaging experiment lets you harass celebrities for a premium

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Remember the Facebook experiment that'd let you pay to send messages to strangers inboxes? According to several reputable sources, not only will you be able to inflict your opinions on members of the general public, but for a premium you'll also be able to abuse celebrities. According to The...
Facebook's paid messaging experiment lets you harass celebrities for a premium
Jimmy Wales says Wikipedia would use encryption to skirt UK data collection bill

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Booting Up: Now Elon Musk Wants to Build a Futuristic Rapid Transit System, Go Figure

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“What else can we do with my money?” (Photo via flickr.com/jurvetson) After a steady stream of complaints about hacking and spam, BT (a.k.a. British Telecom) is moving its six million customers off Yahoo! email. [Telegraph] “What we have concluded is that illegal enterprises — commercial child pornography, human trafficking, drug...
Booting Up: Now Elon Musk Wants to Build a Futuristic Rapid Transit System, Go Figure

UK unemployment figures raise fears of double-dip recession - Telegraph

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UK unemployment figures raise fears of double-dip recession - Telegraph

This 5-Year-Old Kid Just Spent Over $2,500 In 5-Minute iPad App Buying Spree

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Wherein tiny digits cost a U.K. family big, big bucks. A 5-year-old child in the U.K. astonished and dismayed his parents after running up a bill of £1,710.43 (over $2,500) in just five minutes by making a sequence of expensive in-app purchases in an otherwise free iPad game. He...
This 5-Year-Old Kid Just Spent Over $2,500 In 5-Minute iPad App Buying Spree

Amazon recruits 5,000 UK corner stores for 'Collect+' delivery service

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Convenience stores, cornershops, newsagents, call them what you will -- nearly 5,000 local businesses in the UK have now been signed up by Amazon to receive and look after its customers' precious packages. The "Collect+" scheme is currently on trial but The Telegraph reports it's expected to roll out...
Amazon recruits 5,000 UK corner stores for 'Collect+' delivery service

Tesco experiments with free movie and TV streaming for Clubcard members

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Brits who shop enough at Tesco to be on a first name basis with the clerks may soon have a reward that doesn't require leaving home. The UK retail chain is currently testing Clubcard TV, a web-based movie and TV streaming hub that would be a free perk of...
Tesco experiments with free movie and TV streaming for Clubcard members

Skimlinks Launches Discovery Tool For Publishers To Find Affiliate Programs

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U.K. startup Skimlinks is hoping to revolutionize the affiliate model by turning normal product links into affiliate links. The startup gives publishers access to affiliate programs of thousands of merchants across a number of affiliate networks. Each time a user clicks through and makes a purchase, the website earns...
Skimlinks Launches Discovery Tool For Publishers To Find Affiliate Programs
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