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Uber wants to invest $1bn in India
The taxi booking service Uber says it will invest $1bn to expand its business to more cities in India.

VIDEO: 'Cajun John Wayne' calls out criminals
The tough US cop's YouTube challenge to wanted criminals
[BBC News Americas]

Obama wants world's fastest computer
President Obama has signed an executive order calling for the US to build the world's fastest computer by 2025.

Obama wants world's fastest computer
President Obama has signed an executive order calling for the US to build the world's fastest computer by 2025.
[BBC News]

Russia 'wanted Litvinenko dead'
The Russian state wanted former spy Alexander Litvinenko dead, the inquiry into his poisoning hears.
[BBC News Europe]

Kenyans mourn comedian 'Mzee Ojwang'
Kenyans mourn comedy star Benson Wanjau, known by his TV character's name "Mzee Ojwang", who died too poor to pay his medical bills.
[BBC News Africa]

Nigeria seeks links with Germany
Nigeria want links with Germany to try to revive the country's soccer fortunes and help the national team's development.
[BBC News Africa]

Forget the Ashley Madison or Sony hacks – a crippling cyberattack is imminent in the US
Instead of mobilising a national defence against cyberattacks, we want a toaster that communicates with the washing machine over the internet Computer experts have long warned about a catastrophic cyber-attack in the US, a sort of Web 3.0 version of 9/11 that would wreak enormous damage (...)
[The Guardian]

Ars' Android Auto review
Ars Technica has a review of Android Auto. While we love the interface, we just wish there was more of it. Android Auto only covers a subset of the things you would want to do on an infotainment system. The result is an interface that - depending on what you want to do - will have you bouncing (...)

Sony's 'Android concept' to preview what's to come
Got an Xperia Z3 and a home address somewhere in the Kingdom of Sweden? Sony wants your help with testing its next round of software updates for Android, which the company has rounded up in an initiative it's calling "Android concept." The goal, says Sony, is to develop new software "from the (...)

Apple Adds Two Factor Authentication to OS X and iOS
Apple wants to make OS X El Capitan and iOS 9 less susceptible to attackers, so it's introducing a new two-factor authentication system to both operating systems. The new authentication system will be available in the public betas for both operating (...)

Reddit's fate hangs in the balance as revolt against CEO makes waves
While more than 200,000 Redditors want Ellen Pao to resign, readers are jumping ship to budding competitor sites as top brass pushes to go mainstream Reddit, the giant online discussion forum for everyone from political junkies to billiards enthusiasts, is in revolt. Continue (...)
[The Guardian]

Lawsuit over Samsung phone software
Samsung is being taken to court in China over "unwanted" apps and other software it loads on its handsets.
[BBC News]

Intrusiveness of old emotional memories can be reduced by computer game play procedure
Unwanted, intrusive visual memories are a core feature of stress- and trauma-related clinical disorders such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but they can also crop up in everyday life. New research shows that even once intrusive memories have been laid down, playing a (...)
[Science daily]

Why are people still playing Ultima Online?
Later this year, Ultima Online will turn 18 years old. In the genre of MMOs, that makes the game positively ancient - and it's even more remarkable when you consider that it's still funded via a subscription model. I've never played an Ultima game, much less one that's nearly my age. I wanted (...)
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