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‘Babar’ and ‘EvilBunny’: new research on malware that plagued middle east suggests French origin

New research will be revealed today regarding the “fully blown espionage tool” Babar, details of which were revealed by Edward Snowden and initially investigated [French language] a year ago by Canada’s Communications Security Establishment (CSEC), which determined that the data-stealing malware was likely to be a product of the French government. Researcher Paul Rascagneres of… Read More


French startup to introduce silent wind turbine ‘trees’ into cities

Wind turbines have been plugged as a great sustainable energy choice but complaints continue to weigh against their favour; they’re ugly, noisy, and dangerous to birds. A French startup has now proposed a design for an ‘Arbre à Vent’ or Wind Tree, bringing a new and more aesthetically pleasing version of the turbine into towns… Read More


France bans UberPop from January 2015 as French cabbies prepare to strike

The French government has reversed [translated] last week’s judicial deafness to the protests of French taxi drivers regarding the toll that Uber’s ‘UberPop’ service will take on their livelihoods, banning Uber’s ‘UberPop’ service in the country from 1st of January 2015. The reversal deflates today’s planned taxi-driver blockade, which intended to block 160 miles of… Read More


Salesforce to establish new European data centre in France

In addition to its plans to launch a UK data centre this autumn, Salesforce has partnered with Interxion to expand its European facility offering into France. According to an announcement on Wednesday, the deal between Salesforce and the Amsterdam-based cloud and data centre service provider, will drive Salesforce plans to invest in the French market,… Read More