Visa will make signatures optional for chipped credit cards

“Visa is committed to delivering secure, fast and convenient payments at the point of sale,” said VIsa’s Dan Sanford in a statement. “Our focus is on continually evolving the market towards… Link: Visa will make signatures optional for chipped credit...

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Europe enters race to build world-class supercomputers

To give you an idea of how far behind, China has the world’s fastest supercomputer, the Sunway TaihuLight, with 93 petaflops (93 million billion floating point operations per second) of computing… See the original post here: Europe enters race to build world-class...

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HMRC stings Apple with £136 million bill for back taxes

Apple Europe’s financials say the £136 million adjustment “reflects the company’s increased activity,” and we can’t definitively know HMRC’s side of the story since it doesn’t “comment on the tax… More here: HMRC stings Apple with £136 million bill for back...

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HMRC stings Apple with £136 million bill for back taxes

Apple Europe’s financials say the £136 million adjustment “reflects the company’s increased activity,” and we can’t definitively know HMRC’s side of the story since it doesn’t “comment on the tax… View original post here: HMRC stings Apple with £136 million bill for back...

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Facebook strikes music licensing deal with Sony

Facebook recently inked a similar deal with Universal Music, but Sony is the largest music publisher in the world. With two of the three biggest services signed, it’s expected that Zuckerberg &… Here is the original post: Facebook strikes music licensing deal with...

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