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Hacktivists disrupt government and airline websites after North Korean government threatens to restart nuclear reactor, invade South Korea.<br style="clear: both"
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Doctors’ demands mean the National Health Service’s may soon be forced to allow smartphone and tablet use in clinical care.<br
Software code from a purported Facebook/HTC phone points to an Android home screen takeover.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook has apologized for communicating poorly and made changes to iPhone and iPad service policies in China.<div
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Technical similarities between a series of Distributed Denial-of-Service attacks on South Korean targets in 2011 and the most recent data-wiping