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Water divining project abandoned after blowing AU$60k

No, we're not kidding

Two Australian councils are out-of-pocket after funding an attempt to use water divining to help top up Lake Albert near the southern NSW town of Wagga Wagga.…

IBM warns of 'bug poachers' who exploit holes, steal info, demand big bucks

And what to do if you get hit

At least 30 companies have been hit in the past year by so-called "bug poaching," where hackers break into corporate servers, steal data, and then demand a fee for showing how it was done.…

Business to Business Electronic Market Lines Canada and USA Report
BUSINESS TO BUSINESS ELECTRONIC MARKET LINES CANADA & USA REPORT The Business to Business Electronic Market Lines Canada and USA Report gives Market Consumption / Products / Services for Canada and the USA by 6 to 10-Digit NAICS Product Codes by 3 Time series: From 1997- 2015 and Forecasts 2016-...
There's something fishy about this 'Apple Watch'... - CNET
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Westin really, really loves Apple.
Coalition pledges funding boost for startup incubators
The Coalition has pledged additional funding for the government’s Incubator Support program if it’s re-elected.
Fields emphasizes services, as well as cars, in Ford's future - Roadshow
Taking the stage at the Code Conference today, Ford CEO Mark Fields said that services would be a bigger priority in the company's future.
Facebook may add end-to-end encryption to Messenger - CNET
However, tighter privacy may come at the expense of artificial intelligence features the social network is building into the chat app, the Guardian reports.
Marvell's fave vendors sniff latest pair of SoCs

Armada 7000/8000 now sampling

Marvell Semiconductor is sampling its Armada 7000 and Armada 8000 system-on-chips (SoCs), based on the ARM Cortex-A72 architecture.…

Top Gear' fans go full speed with hate for the wrong Chris Evans - CNET
What's in a name? Lots, when you're revving too fast and furious to verify a Twitter handle and attack Captain America by mistake.
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