10 things in tech you need to know today

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Good morning. It’s a bit of a dreary Monday in London. Here’s all you need to know from the world of tech today.

1. Twitter founder Jack Dorsey has been threatened by ISIS terrorists. The militants are angry that the social media site blocks its soldiers from tweeting about the religious cause.

2. Apple has changed its homepage to promote a “World Gallery.” The aim is to showcase some of the best photographs taken by the iPhone 6.

3. Samsung has given the world a first look at its new smartphones. The company unveiled its Galaxy S 6 and Galaxy S 6 Edge at Mobile World Congress at the weekend.

4. Criminals in the US are using Apple Pay to buy expensive goods with stolen identities, the Guardian reports. Banks have been surprised by the level of fraud.

5. The Apple Watch has appeared in a UK magazine for the first time. The Space Grey Sport version had a three-page spread in Style.

6. Anonymous hacker Matt DeHart has been denied asylum in Canada. The National Post reports that he was taken from his Ontario prison cell on Sunday and delivered to US agents.

7. David Besbris has left his position as head of identity and product at Google. TechCrunch says that he’s been replaced by Bradley Horotwiz, who was a VP of product for Google+.

8. SanDisc has created a 200MB microSD card. It is expected to be available later this year.

9. TorrentFreak says that NBC has tried to remove some of its articles about pirated movies. The blog reports that NBC attempted to stop them from appearing on Google Search.

10. Smartphone maker HTC is launching a fitness band for athletes. The company announced its new “Grip” product at Mobile World Congress.

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