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RuPaul's Drag race recap: season seven, episode five - the Despy awards

theguardian.com — Almost live from the slums of Hollywood, RuPaul's Drag Race brought us the first annual Despy awards this week. The surviving queens had to impress with their impressions. This is usually one of the highlights of the competition and a chance to throw more shade than a solar eclipse.

Internet activists blame China for cyber-attack that brought down GitHub

theguardian.com — Activists battling internet censorship in China said Monday they had proof a massive online assault on their websites had been coordinated by the Chinese authorities. In recent days, popular coding service GitHub faced a massive denial of service (DDoS) attack - an online attack aimed at bringing down a service by overloading it with fake traffic.

Best of the wrist: Apple targets Watch wearers with a taste for the exclusive

theguardian.com — New Apple releases are usually accompanied by lines of fans outside their stores waiting patiently to be the first to get their hands on the tech icon's latest gizmo. Not this time. Well, if you have at least $10,000 to spend on a watch.

Ex-HP chief Carly Fiorina says chance of presidential run 'higher than 90%'

theguardian.com — The former Hewlett-Packard chief Carly Fiorina said on Sunday there was a "higher than 90%" chance she would run for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016. Fiorina, who would be the first - and likely only - woman to enter the Republican race, told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace there was a "very high" chance she would run.

Boehner: Iran has 'no intention' of keeping its word on nuclear deal

theguardian.com — Related: Binyamin Netanyahu denounces Iran nuclear negotiations Iran has "no intention" of keeping its word on an agreement being negotiated in Switzerland over its nuclear programme, House speaker John Boehner said on Sunday. The top Republican's comments came as negotiations in Lausanne approached the 31 March deadline for the drafting of a framework for a deal, under intense criticism from Israel's prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu.

Ellen Pao jury begins deliberations in Silicon Valley sex discrimination case

theguardian.com — Jurors in the sex discrimination case that has gripped Silicon Valley began their deliberation on Wednesday with lawyers for the alleged victim claiming she was "looking for something to change". Ellen Pao, a former junior partner at Kleiner Perkins Caulfield & Byers, one of the tech industry's most powerful venture capital firms, is suing for $16m - claiming her career was derailed because of her gender.

Federal Reserve brings end to era of historically low interest rates

theguardian.com — The US Federal Reserve called time on era of historically low interest rates on Wednesday. In its latest statement on the health of the US economy the central bank moved away from a pledge to be " patient " before deciding to raise interest rates.

'Seismic' Apple TV service to stream 25 channels across all devices

theguardian.com — Apple is preparing to launch an online TV service in a "seismic" move that is set to further shake up the already rattled TV landscape. The technology giant has long had ambitions to break into TV and recently announced an exclusive deal with HBO, home of Game of Thrones.

FCC officially releases rules to protect net neutrality

theguardian.com — After a year of acrimonious wrangling, threats and an unprecedented online campaign, the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday finally released its new rules on regulating the internet. The 313-page document is now being scrutinised by an army of communications lawyers as the cable and telecoms industry considers whether - or more likely when - to sue the regulator in the hopes of over-turning the new rules.

Utah to create first white-collar crime registry in US

theguardian.com — Mortgage fraudsters, crooked brokers, Ponzi schemers and assorted financial villains will soon get their own hall of shame in Utah as the state prepares to launch the US's first white-collar crime database. The state's legislators passed a bill on Wednesday to set up an official registry of financial criminals similar to the registries for convicted sex offenders.
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Mar 29, 2015

RT @RedwoodGirl: @GuardianUS @dominicru Oh please. The people of her state know what she did to HP and rejected her. She couldn't run a coffee shop.

Mar 29, 2015

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