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Firm shipped 73 million smartphones in Q2 but says "prospects for growth are unclear"
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The internet privacy protecting service said it doesn’t know how much information about its users was recorded
London Mayor wants to rollout a city-wide connectivity network to ensure everyone has internet access
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Google has begun to remove search results under the “right to be forgotten” ruling.
Twitter reveals somewhat surprising user growth for its second quarter
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Firm to deploy 9,000 iPhones over the next two years
Driverless cars will be permitted on UK public roads by 2015, the Department for Transport has announced
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Online dating site OKCupid has admitted to experimenting on users by altering match data and more
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NHS IT project's contract with Fujitsu ended in a legal dispute and a hefty bill for the government
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Davey Winder explains why end users should be wary of putting too much trust in their chosen web browser
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Google Glass goes on sale in the UK for developers at £1,000
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