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Amazon hit by more strikes in Germany following wage dispute

1 hour ago  by Barclay Ballard
Amazon hit by more strikes in Germany following wage dispute
Employees at four of Amazon’s distribution centres in Germany have staged a co-ordinated strike after the company refused to hold wage talks that place it line with other retailers.

Facebook Atlas ad platform is ‘potentially more powerful’ than Google

4 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Facebook Atlas ad platform is ‘potentially more powerful’ than Google
A new platform will be announced next week at the Advertising Week conference in New York and it will change the way that marketers track users on the social network.

Will your next broadband connection be an Ethernet connection?

9 hours ago  by James Morris
Will your next broadband connection be an Ethernet connection?
This could finally be the broadband connection that makes the Internet and the links between your multiple premises as fast as the network inside your company premises.

Google admits defeat, finally drops compulsory Google+

22 Sep 2014  by Zak Thomas
Google admits defeat, finally drops compulsory Google+
Whilst the company still encourages users to sign up for Google+ it now has a "No thanks" button when offering the service during the sign up procedure for its products.

Today’s tech: More celeb nudes leaked, Chrome hack lets Android apps run on any OS, and networks battle for Phones 4u stores

22 Sep 2014  by Nathan Chai
Today’s tech: More celeb nudes leaked, Chrome hack lets Android apps run on any OS, and networks battle for Phones 4u stores
The best of ITProPortal news including: More naked celebrity photos have popped up on 4chan and Reddit, at the current time it's unclear if the photos are part of the original "iCloud hack."

More naked photos of celebrities pop up on 4chan and Reddit

22 Sep 2014  by Darren Allan
More naked photos of celebrities pop up on 4chan and Reddit
Following the original leak at the start of the month dubbed the “fappening”, it’s all fappening (ahem) again, with a new batch of pics being circulated around the net.

How do you keep thousands of Facebook-loving spectators at major sports events happy?

22 Sep 2014  by Sam Pudwell
How do you keep thousands of Facebook-loving spectators at major sports events happy?
We spoke to Paul Carter, the CEO of Global Wireless Solutions, about the work his company does and the future of the networks industry.

Instagram introducing adverts for the UK in quest for monetisation

22 Sep 2014  by Darren Allan
Instagram introducing adverts for the UK in quest for monetisation
They’ve had sponsored posts in the US for some time now, so we knew it wouldn’t be long before they arrived over here.

JJ Abrams rejects CGI C3PO for Star Wars Episode VII

22 Sep 2014  by David Konow
JJ Abrams rejects CGI C3PO for Star Wars Episode VII
While there’s no question that the new Star Wars movies will have a ton of CG and greenscreen, we can be thankful that two of the series most beloved characters will not be computer generated.

Kickstarter cracks down on unfinished projects with new rules

22 Sep 2014  by Alan Buckingham
Kickstarter cracks down on unfinished projects with new rules
If you've backed something on Kickstarter then you know that you're risking the money you spent, as some come to fruition while others never do. That's all about to change, though.

Microsoft is gearing up to fight sexual violence... using Bing?

22 Sep 2014  by Brian Fagioli
Microsoft is gearing up to fight sexual violence... using Bing?
According to Microsoft, "1 in 5 women and 1 in 16 men are sexually assaulted in college". Today, the company is doing its part to help, making it easer to get support and report the assault with Bing.