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GTA Online servers struggle with launch, available for some

Many GTA V players have taken to Twitter to complain that the game's servers are unavailable, although streaming services show players connecting.

By October 1, 2013

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HTC One SV is a doomed 4G phone no one will buy

HTC has come up with a product literally no one will buy: a low-power phone that will only work on the UK's most expensive network.

By December 11, 2012

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Oracle databases easy to hack, says researcher

A security researcher claims the company's databases are vulnerable to brute-force attacks because of an authentication flaw.

By September 20, 2012

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Canon EOS 6D full-frame dSLR packs Wi-Fi and GPS

The 20-megapixel Canon EOS 6D dLSR camera boasts a full-frame sensor and Wi-Fi for sharing your snaps online.

By September 17, 2012

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An ultrabook by any other name: Gigabyte's X11 turns up with a different brand

Hiding in the Microsoft booth at Computex was a laptop that looked almost exactly like Gigabyte's X11, which also claimed to be the world's lightest ultrabook. What's going on?

By June 7, 2012

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Verizon to install 100 gigabit network in U.S.

Following an upgrade in Europe, Verizon is looking to deploy 100G Ethernet to certain sections of its U.S. Internet backbone by the end of the second quarter.

By March 30, 2011

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Verizon launches 100G Ethernet network

Verizon becomes first backbone carrier to deploy the new 100-Gigabit Ethernet standard by setting it up across a 555-mile section of its European IP backbone network.

By March 4, 2011

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Samsung announces lightest 3D glasses yet, bonkers 3D TV and bendy screens

Samsung's wacky boffins have developed some zany audiovisual treats in time for upcoming annual tech fest CES. Have a gander.

By January 4, 2011

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Researchers to offer tool for breaking into Oracle databases

Free tools for breaking into Oracle databases will be released at Black Hat and Defcon next week.

By July 23, 2009

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How Google searches lead to our destruction

A Harvard physicist has suggested that just two searches create the same amount of carbon dioxide as boiling a kettle.

By January 11, 2009