Top 10 most read: BT moves for EE, Amazon 1p pricing glitch, Google anti-trust case

The year is drawing to a close, but the technology market has shown no signs of taking a break as major deals and legal cases dominate the headlines.

V3 readers were particularly keen to read about BT’s exclusive negotiations with EE over a possible £12.5bn deal that would make it a major player in the mobile market.

Meanwhile, at the other end of the financial scale, a software glitch caused nightmares for Amazon sellers after a repricing tool accidentally set many prices to 1p, leaving them facing bankruptcy if forced to honour sales placed at the time.

Over in the US, Google faced the start of a possible anti-trust action over the dominance of its Android operating system. However, day one saw the judge question the merits of the case, making Google’s hope that the suit will be dismissed a distinct possibility.

Finally, our top 10 tech gaffes and goofs round-up was popular, as we looked back at some of the more amusing and offbeat moments throughout the year. Merry Christmas to all our readers.

BT has introduced its first 21CN service for global organisationsBT to buy EE for £12.5bn in major mobile market shake up
Telecoms giant returns to mobile market with purchase of UK’s largest 4G provider




gavel-keyboardAmazon sellers threaten legal action over 1p software glitch

Angry online sellers affected by pricing errors are calling for a lawsuit




Android musician logoJudge questions merit of Google Android anti-trust case
Judge may dismiss case but prosecution given chance to supply more evidence




IBM Power8 chip and serverIBM and Oracle look to save Power and Sparc from the x86 onslaught

High-end servers aim to differentiate from the x86 crowd on capabilities




Judge's gavelApple, HP and Cisco rally round Microsoft in US cloud data legal case
Amazon, Cisco, Infor, Salesforce and Rackspace also side with Redmond in key legal battle




Accenture logoAccenture to create 550 analytics, mobility and e-commerce jobs in the UK
Part of plans to hire 1,600 people across multiple UK locations



Google Chrome logoGoogle proposes non-HTTPS website security alerts on Chrome

Proposal could encourage wider adoption




head-in-handsiPhone fails, Twitter gaffes and Michael Bay: Top 10 tech blunders of 2014

Find out about the biggest fails in the tech industry this year




pirate-bay-newThe Pirate Bay resurrected despite police takedown efforts
isoHunt creates in honour of infamous piracy website




Synology DS414slimSynology DiskStation DS414slim review

A compact, low-cost NAS device that boasts many capabilities offered by larger appliances

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