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The USA will be passing a law which prevents businesses from imposing gag clauses on customers which aim to prevent and punish negative reviews. The Verge has more:


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Netflix announced today that users can now download content to watch offline - previously Amazon Prime Instant Video was the only subscription video service to allow users to do this. The feature has been made available to all users regardless of which plan they are on. So far only certain content can be downloaded, but according to Netflix this will be expanded as time goes on.

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Read the full announcement here.
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Source: http://www.bbc.com/news/business-38141510

In my opinion this doesn't go far enough, they needed to completely separate them.
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Japan is reportedly looking to spend £140m on building the world's fastest supercomputer, according to a recent report from Reuters. The supercomputer could assist manufacturers in fields such as driverless cars, robotics and medical diagnosis.


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It has been reported that a new elite cyber security school will be opened at Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire, where British codebreakers cracked the Enigma Code during World War II. The school is planned to open in 2018, and will accommodate up to 500 students aged 16 to 19.

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Read the full article here.
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Researchers at the University of Central Florida (UCF) have developed a new type of superconductor battery that could charge a phone in a few seconds and last for days. It may be some time before the product is available in consumer goods, but this is very promising news none-the-less.

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Read the article here and the research paper here.
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