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|3/12 6:19 pm
||Judge reveals HTC One replacement|
A High Court judge appears to have revealed when HTC will release the successor to its flagship One handset in a ruling about a patent dispute with Nokia.
|3/12 4:33 pm
||Spain ban on train drivers' mobiles|
Spain is introducing a ban on train drivers using mobile phones after the Santiago de Compostela crash that killed 79 people in July.
|3/12 1:11 pm
||Pulse weapon brings cars to a halt|
British firm EV2 shows off a prototype designed to bring cars to a halt by confusing their electronics, causing their engines to shut down.
|3/12 5:27 am
||Deal to curb 'shock' mobile bills|
Mobile phone users will be protected from "sky-high bills" if their phones are stolen, under an agreement reached by the government and four operators.
|3/12 4:52 am
||PC shipments to see 'severe fall'|
Global shipments of personal computers will see the "most severe yearly contraction on record", according to research firm International Data Corporation.
|2/12 11:06 pm
||Apple buys Twitter data firm Topsy|
Apple gets into the social media game by purchasing data analytics firm Topsy Labs for $200m (122m), according to the Wall Street Journal.
|2/12 2:40 pm
||'Big boss' Cameron on China's Weibo|
UK Prime Minister David Cameron joins the Chinese social networking site Weibo, gathering more than 150,000 followers in a short time.
|2/12 12:04 am
||Bitcoin theft closes drug website|
Dark net market Sheep Marketplace has shut down after $5.3m (3.3m) in bitcoins was stolen from the site's sellers and operators.
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