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US prosecutors seek 27 months imprisonment for former Uber self-driving head
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Government rejects $8 million project.
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Gmail, chat archive for e-discovery.
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Surprise 'personal cloud' announcement.
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End-to-end system could reach banking, insurance arms.
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Damage control over sensitive material.
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Australia’s telcos and banks have reportedly shown interest in an expansion of the national document verification service (DVS) system to enable them to verify proof-of-identity with issuing authorities.
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Microsoft touts its open document credentials
Microsoft has made a number of announcements today designed to boost its standing in the open document standards world.
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Google's glitch in the cloud
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