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Yesterday, much to the chagrin of those expecting an email notification first, Google’s Nexus 4 handset went on sale around the world on the Google Play Store. It sold out in Australia within the hour, but the most rabid country for the new Nexus handset was Germany. Germans bought up stock of the Nexus so fast that the tech giant was flush out of stock within 15 minutes.
A bunch of cyber security experts from the EU and the US have been messing about with some pretend cyber attack scenarios, making plans for what would happen in the event of a proper, damaging electronic attack.
The US has found itself in an awkward internet espionage moment, blaming China and Russia for billions of dollars in online theft, WaPo reports. Their response? Wasn’t us! It’s like a geopolitical high school prom scandal.
Last week, Samsung approached Apple with a compromise that would let company sell the Galaxy Tab in Australia. Apple rejected this settlement, opening the door for a long legal battle.