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Microsoft: We've made a coding language for a quantum computer that may or may not exist
The Register Ignite At the Ignite conference today, the expert panel on stage burst into laughter. “This box right over here behind us – nothing! That's a quantum joke, that's an excellent joke,” said Technical Fellow Michael Freedman as the ... ---

Samsung Galaxy Note 8
  Smartphone firms don’t surprise me anymore, and very few actually impress. When Samsung took the stage this year, it impressed us all, albeit playing safe after last year’s shenanigans. Th...

Samsung Gear S2: A Good Thing Gets Better
Samsung Gear S2: A Good Thing Gets Better. Read full details

Shortened URLs Can Let Hackers Spy on You: Study
While URL shortening tools may be useful, the short length makes it simple for hackers to brute force (trial and error) them.

Massive data breach reveals Swedish military secrets and the identity of almost all its citizens
Sweden’s entire vehicle and license register was uploaded to cloud servers and emailed in plain text to marketers. The post Massive data breach reveals Swedish military secrets and the identity of almost all its citizens appeared first on Tech2.

Twitter testing new design for Android app
Micro-blogging website Twitter is testing a new design for an Android app version to make it more user-friendly and easy to navigate

High hopes for Australian bid to breed panda cubs
Giant pandas are notoriously clumsy at mating, with males said to be bad at determining when a female is in the right frame of mind and often befuddled at knowing what to do next.

Tech stocks sell-off deepens fears of shift away from sector
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Technology stocks including Facebook , Microsoft and Alphabet dropped sharply on Monday, increasing worries that the top-performing sector is falling out of favour as investors look elsewhere for cheaper opportunities.

India semi fab project in jeopardy
Jaiprakash Associates, the lead partner of the Indian government's plan to build two wafer fabs in the subcontinent has announced its withdrawal from the project, stating it's not commercially viable to set up the plant at present.