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Sat, Oct 31 2015

LONDON - Vodafone UK said on Saturday hackers had accessed the accounts of 1,827 of its customers this week, the second cyber attack on a British telecoms company this month.

Fri, Oct 30 2015

MUMBAI - Flipkart, India's biggest online marketplace, said it would invest more than $500 million in fulfillment centres across the country and was in talks with state governments.

Sun, Nov 1 2015

LONDON - Britain's government will present a new bill to give security agencies the powers to track online communications, but in a bid to win over critics interior minister Theresa May said they would not get automatic access to people's browsing Workforce Management Software history.

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Supreme Court will consider on Monday whether to nip in the bud a class action lawsuit against online search service Spokeo Inc in a case closely watched by Silicon Valley companies that face similar claims.



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Fri, Oct 30 2015

LONDON - A cyber attack on British telecoms company TalkTalk accessed the bank details of more than 20,000 customers, the company said on Friday, describing it as a much lower figure than originally feared.



Sat, Oct 31 2015

SAN FRANCISCO - A driver for Google's same day delivery service filed a proposed class action lawsuit against the company on Friday, alleging it improperly classified her as an independent contractor and owes expenses.



31 Oct 2015

Fri, Oct 30 2015

LONDON - Bitcoin has just recorded its best month since May 2014, stealing the spotlight away from the blockchain technology that underpins it and which has been attracting investment from almost every major bank in the world.



30 Oct 2015

- LinkedIn Corp's quarterly revenue and profit handily beat analysts' estimates as the world's biggest professional networking website operator earned more from its recruitment services business and from advertisements and paid memberships. |Video

SEOUL - Samsung Electronics and group companies are trying a belated push into the business of supplying technology to car makers, while rivals are already sewing up lucrative deals with an industry that is notoriously difficult to break into.



LONDON - Britain's biggest-selling newspaper the Sun is to take down its online paywall, after the Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid failed to win enough readers in the latest troubled Workforce Management digital experiment for a traditional publisher.



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