On topic: Tech news to know now

Here are the stories that have the tech world talking this morning:

Hewlett-Packard is suing Autonomy co-founder Michael Lynch for $5.1 billion, alleging fraud in its ill-fated $10 billion acquisition in 2011.

Belgian regulators say Facebook is breaking EU laws by tracking everyone who visits its site, regardless of whether they’re a Facebook member or have opted out of tracking.

Two-thirds of Apple Pay users are reporting problems using it at the checkout counter.

Sales from Apple’s App Store and Google Play are expected to double by 2018, with in-app advertising tripling, according to a new report.

Google’s Gmail for Android will now let users filter in emails from Yahoo Mail and Microsoft Outlook.

As workers start moving in, here’s a look at Facebook’s new Frank Gehry-designed West Campus in Menlo Park.

Is this finally the end of booth babes? The RSA Conference is instituting a dress code to crack down on scantily-clad models at its upcoming San Francisco trade show.

Berkeley security startup Tanium has secured a $52 million investment from Andreessen Horowitz, for a valuation of $1.75 billion.

IBM is investing $3 billion in the Internet of Things.

The New York Times will send one-sentence news summaries on Apple Watch.

Microsoft is rolling out a budget-friendly version of its Surface Pro 3 tablet.


 At top: HP headquarters in Palo Alto. (Jim Gensheimer/Staff file photo)



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