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CCleaner malware might have been designed to steal trade secrets

The malware found bundled with popular computer maintenance software CCleaner was designed to compromise machines at some of the world's biggest tech companies. The discovery suggests the attack was more significant than first thought.

Climate Week NYC — Decarbonizing has become big business

New York - If one theme predominated in Climate Week NYC this past week, it is the consensus that decarbonization will become big business simply because companies with large market share would rather get rid of fossil fuels than put their market share at risk.

New Apple Watch 3 has connectivity issues already

As shipments of Apple's new Series 3 smart watch begin the watch is experiencing difficulties in certain situations with connecting to cellular.

Christianity waning in EU states accepting migrants: Orban

Varsovia - Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban on Friday said Christianity was waning in EU countries taking in migrants and defended countries like his which have refused to take them in.

Cloud skills shortage threatens digital transformation

An acute skills shortage is impeding digital transformation at large enterprises across the world. According to a new report, $258m a year is being lost owing to a lack of cloud expertise. IT leaders are finding themselves ill-placed to manage new tech.

McCain torpedos Republican effort to repeal Obamacare

Washington - US Senator John McCain Friday announced his opposition to the latest Republican attempt to replace Barack Obama's signature health care law, likely dooming the repeal effort.

No constitutional crisis if Kenya polls delayed: attorney general

Nairobi - Uhuru Kenyatta will remain Kenyan president until a new leader is sworn in, the country's attorney general said on Friday, seeking to ease fears of a constitutional crisis if elections are delayed further.

A-bombs and H-bombs explained

Paris - The world's nuclear arsenals are comprised mainly of two types of warheads -- atomic bombs, also called A-bombs, and the more powerful hydrogen or H-bombs.

Ukraine 'disappointed' as Romania cancels visit over language bill

Kiev - Ukraine on Friday expressed disappointment after the president of Romania said he would not travel to the ex-Soviet country next month in protest over a bill that obliges schools to teach in the Ukrainian language only.

Air France unveils Joon — the 'millenials' airline

Paris - Air France on Thursday unveiled a new lower-cost subsidiary called Joon that will specifically target well-travelled millenials.

French rebel Melenchon takes the fight to Macron

Paris - On his lightning march to power, French President Emmanuel Macron felled several political veterans, but one of them, perennial rebel leftist Jean-Luc Melenchon, has survived to lead resistance to his sweeping reforms.

ARM explains how it'll get one trillion IoT devices online

IoT is expected to explode over the next decade as growing numbers of connected devices come online. This poses challenges across several domains, ranging from security and networking to trust. ARM recently explained how it's tackling the issues.

Hall & Oates team up with the Red Cross to help Hurricane victims

Acclaimed musical duo Daryl Hall & John Oates have teamed up with the Red Cross for a charity donation for the people that were affected by the recent hurricanes.

Small businesses suffer as ransomware epidemic grows

Small businesses are suffering from a ransomware epidemic. Firms have paid out a total of over $300 million in the past year, leaving them unable to make investments to develop their business. Recovering from the data loss can be an even greater struggle.

Home Free talks new studio album 'Timeless,' future plans Special

Adam Rupp and Rob Lundquist from the a cappella vocal group Home Free spoke with Digital Journal about their new album "Timeless." They also talked about the impact of technology in the contemporary music scene.

London ouster of Uber not justified: US commerce chief

Washington - The decision by London transport authorities to oust US ride-hailing firm Uber is "not really justified," US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Friday.

Amazon made huge change to its $12 bn cloud computing juggernaut

When Amazon launched Amazon Web Services in 2006, it sparked a cloud computing revolution. No longer would programmers have to buy, build, and maintain their own servers.

Syria opposition activist, daughter 'assassinated in Istanbul'

Istanbul - A veteran Syrian opposition activist and her journalist daughter were found stabbed to death at their apartment in Istanbul, Turkish reports on Friday, in a crime supporters decried as an "assassination" to avenge their work.

Red faces as Russia's Kalashnikov monument shows Nazi gun

Moscow - Workers in Moscow on Friday erased the illustration of a gun from a freshly-inaugurated monument of Mikhail Kalashnikov, inventor of the legendary AK-47 assault rifle, after it was found that the drawing was of a Nazi weapon.

Say 'quiet prayer' for Merkel election win, PM tells Hungarians

Budapest - In a rare show of support, Hungary's populist Prime Minister Viktor Orban urged Hungarians on Friday to pray that German Chancellor Angela Merkel wins this weekend's election despite the pair's clashes over refugees.
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