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Photos: On the road with a mapping service

Join Silicon.com's Tim Ferguson on his trip with mapping company Tele Atlas as it gathered images and data outside London.

By 23 May 2007

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Galaxy S5 fingerprint sensor lets people shop with PayPal

While Samsung's new smartphone allows for digital payments with fingerprint authentication, what does this mean for Apple's iPhone?

By 25 February 2014

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'The Late Late Show' takes a shot at iPad Mini

Comedian Craig Ferguson has a few words to say about the smallest iPad ever.

By 24 October 2012

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Shuttle Atlantis, NASA's last orbiter, departs for museum duty

NASA's lone remaining space shuttle, the Atlantis, departed the Kennedy Space Center on Friday for its final journey, a 10-mile trek to the spaceport Visitor Complex, where it will go on display.

By 2 November 2012

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Photos: Snappy new tech from HP Labs

Don't miss this photo gallery of Hewlett-Packard's emerging tech for its Snapfish photo site, its Mscapes location application, and even its stab at quantum computing.

By 11 June 2008

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Flashback the largest Mac malware threat yet, experts say

Congratulations, Apple. The Mac is now popular enough to attract major attention from the bad guys.

By 7 April 2012

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Photos: Meet Berti the robot

The nimble-fingered machine is already an old pro at rock, paper, scissors, randomly generating hand shapes and using sensors to determine the outcome.

By 24 February 2009

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Salesforce.com outage hits thousands of businesses

Disruption affected all data being processed in Japan, Europe, and North America for at least 40 minutes.

By 8 January 2009

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Photos: DIY Shopper brings sales clerks to you

IBM researchers are hard at work to make your trip to the store a better, and more high-tech, experience.

By 8 August 2007

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Network security makes a quantum leap

Encrypted network in Vienna, Austria, which has been worked on four more than four years by 41 organizations from 12 countries, hints at the future of government and business data.

By 13 October 2008