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Google refuses to apply 'right to be forgotten' worldwide
News
31 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Tech giant rebels against French data watchdog's decision

Microsoft Windows 10 review - 'a future to be embraced, not feared'
Reviews
30 Jul, 2015
Alan Lu

Wiping away the stain of Windows 8 with great new features

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Is Google Glass set to make a workplace comeback?
Project Glass
News
31 Jul, 2015
Caroline Preece

A new business version of the smart specs will be released in 2016, it is claimed

Chinese hackers attack United Airlines' security
Airport
News
31 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

The same group that attacked the US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is thought to be responsible

Silent Circle's Blackphone 2 joins Android for Work
Silent Circle
News
31 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

The high-security privacy smartphone links with Android despite latest flaw

Cyberoam CR1000iNG-XP review
Reviews
31 Jul, 2015
Dave Mitchell

Cyberoam’s CR1000iNG-XP delivers enterprise network security at a price mid-sized businesses will approve

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China lifts ban on games consoles
News
30 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Consoles like the Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Wii U will now be eligible for sale across mainland China

Should I upgrade to Windows 10?
Opinion
30 Jul, 2015
Alan Lu

Sometimes 10/10 just isn't enough

How to change your search engine in Microsoft Edge
Tutorials
30 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

If you'd rather search through Google than Bing, here's how to change your default search provider in Windows 10's new browser

Google roadshow will teach Brits about online security
News
30 Jul, 2015
Caroline Preece

Google is launching a UK roadshow that aims to teach people how to increase their security and prevent hacking

BT Mobile hooks 100,000 customers in three months
BT centre
In-depth
30 Jul, 2015
Joe Curtis

Telco’s return to the mobile market is a success, but how is it faring on broadband?

Facebook use surges to 50% of internet
News
30 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Quarterly earnings call shows mobile internet use is driving the social network's continued growth

Hammertoss: The malware that mimics real user behaviour
News
30 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

The malware uses noise from social networks to spy on victims

SAP releases S/4 HANA as free trial
News
30 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

The 30-day on-premise freebie aims to encourage more users onto new Business Suite software

Internet Explorer 11 VS Microsoft Edge: Does Windows 10's new browser measure up?
Vs
30 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

We compare Windows 10's shiny new browser to its predecessor

Best iPad apps for 2015
ipad resize
Best
29 Jul, 2015
Caroline Preece

Our collection of the best and most popular iPad apps to download in 2015

How to download and install Windows 10
Tutorials
29 Jul, 2015
Dieter Begatin

Getting the latest and greatest Windows doesn't have to be hard

Best Android apps for 2015
Android
Best
29 Jul, 2015
Caroline Preece Rene Millman

We round up the top 10 best Android apps to help you decide what's hot and what's not

Windows 10: Reactions on the first day of release
News
29 Jul, 2015
Rene Millman

Happy Windows 10 day, but has the wait been worth it?

Xbox streaming on Windows 10
First look
29 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Windows 10 can now pipe Xbox One games through your home network - here's how it works

Best Windows 10 apps
Best
29 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

We round up the best programs and apps to get you started on Day One of Microsoft's new OS

iPad Mini 4: Release date, rumours and specs
Rumours
29 Jul, 2015
Caroline Preece Rene Millman

The new iPad Mini 4 could launch in October 2015

Western Digital My Cloud DL4100 review
Reviews
29 Jul, 2015
Dave Mitchell

The future looks cloudy for WD’s new business NAS appliance

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Under-18s will be able to delete embarassing social posts
News
29 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

A campaign by iRights could see a law introduced allowing the removal of inappropriate photos and status updates

Majority of local authorities aren't secured against cyber threats
Cyber security Francis Maude
News
29 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

And the attitudes of public sector employees when it comes to security stink, according to research

Windows 10: 4 things Windows 10 can do that Windows 8.1 can't
Best
29 Jul, 2015
Jane McCallion

We pick out the top four new features in Windows 10 that give it the edge over Windows 8.1

Intel and Micron unleash memory innovation dubbed 3D XPoint
News
29 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

New memory type claims to be 1,000 per cent faster than existing standard

Motorola launches two new Moto X phones
First look
28 Jul, 2015
Alan Lu

Not one, but two cut-price flagship Android phones

Update chaos 'leaves millions of Android users vulnerable to Stagefright'
In-depth
28 Jul, 2015
Joe Curtis

Google has created a patch, but when will you be able to update your version of the OS?

New Moto G budget Android phone announced
News
28 Jul, 2015
Alan Lu

Better camera, yet still just £179

What's happening to Reddit?
Analysis
28 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

We chart the convoluted, confusing and conspiratorial breakdown of one of the internet's most notorious communities

Windows 10: Top 5 new features we like
Best
28 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

We count down the top five new features from Microsoft's latest OS

Ofcom's simpler switching plans 'will shake up mobile industry'
News
28 Jul, 2015
Joe Curtis

Both new and loyal customers will benefit if Ofcom makes it easier to change provider, says expert

Microsoft issues bug fix one day before Windows 10 launch
News
28 Jul, 2015
Jane McCallion

Update KB3074683 fixes Explorer crashing fault

Google+ finally splits into Streams, Photos and Sharing
News
28 Jul, 2015
Joe Curtis Caroline Preece

Google’s social network is being split, with the social network as we know it being "formally retired"

Verify will only succeed with user discounts, says BCS
News
28 Jul, 2015
Joe Curtis

GDS 'must launch a public awareness campaign to get more users for its identity assurance platform'

Hackers target victims with fake Home Office emails
News
28 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

TorrentLocker ransomware was distributed via emails claiming to be from the Home Office and Ministry of Justice