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14th > September > 2014 Archive

Be your own Big Brother: Monitoring your manor, the easy way

FeatureIP cameras and the quantified shelf

Weekend reads: A new Poirot, drug-fuelled Champagne Supernovas and The Establishment

Page FileNarcotics and the '90s revisited with Kate Moss

Evil mining firms? Please. Obeying profit motive is KINDER to the environment

Worstall @ the WeekendIron Age ends... and a point is proven

In a spin: Samsung accuses LG exec of washing machine SABOTAGE

Rival electronic giant tries to iron out allegations

The week in tech news with cracking coverage from Regina Eggbert

Ovoid avatar reports on what happened in the IT world in the past 7 days

New Snowden leak: US and Brit spooks 'tap into German telco networks to map end devices'

Deutsche Telekom: 'completely unacceptable, if true'

Microsoft's rumoured $2.5bn Minecraft gobble expected on Monday

Mojang rising to Redmond?

Stricter shark and manta ray trade rules enforced from today

VidCITES: permits needed to protect biodiversity of our oceans

eBay DROPS DEAD AGAIN - tat bazaar says sorry, scrambles to resurrect site

Customer service system also six feet under

Phones 4u slips into administration after EE cuts ties with Brit mobe retailer

More than 5,500 jobs could be axed if rescue mission fails

Archaeologists and robots on hunt for more Antikythera pieces

How much of the world's oldest computer can they find?

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