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Excel for iPad: Top 10 tips

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Juggle your spreadsheets on the iPad with our guide to the Excel app

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Windows 9 to drop Charms bar and add virtual desktops

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Windows 9 has plans to drop the maligned Charms bar while adding virtual desktops to Threshold

IBM creates SyNapse chip to mimic brain functionality

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Low-power chip crams in one million programmable neurons onto a stamp

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Windows XP end-of-life is not driving PC market, says Intel

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Chipmaker also touts ROI and productivity benefits of a a two-year refresh cycle

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Arcserve UDP review

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Arcserve's UDP is its biggest release ever and takes backup to the next level

Encryption

Yahoo set to implement end-to-end mail encryption

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Sets 2015 date for enhanced security of all its users’ communications

Edward Snowden awarded three-year Russian permit

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The former US intelligence contractor is working in an IT-related job, although he has a modest living

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Dell hails rise in malware-housing media files

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Hardware giant's security researcher warns use of "digital steganography" is set to rise

One millionth superfast broadband connection installed

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Culture Secretary Sajid Javid said the nationwide rollout is on track to get superfast broadband to 95% of the UK by 201

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Dell sounds alarm over network-hijacking cryptocurrency thefts

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Researchers from Dell SecureWorks share details of a recent run of cryptocurrency thefts

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Ex-BBC CTO John Linwood "unfairly dismissed", tribunal rules

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Employment tribunal finds in Linwood's favour, after he was sacked over failed DMI project

Google Glass-alike tech for cars introduced by Navdy

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Startup company Navdy have unveiled a new smart display for cars that’s set to compete with Google Glass

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UK tech skills gap could increase risk of cyber attacks

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Industry heads across the UK have warned that a lack of skills in cyber security could leave businesses more vulnerable

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Surface Pro 3 review: A Windows hybrid worth buying?

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A great 12in display, flexible kickstand and decent keyboard make this a tempting 2-in-1

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Google to demote HTTPS-less websites in search results

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Google has set out plans to award websites with HTTPS deployed higher search rankings

Pinterest introduces private messaging for users

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Pinterest has finally introduced a private messaging feature for users to communicate with each other

Facebook hires former BlackBerry exec for Internet.org app

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Facebook has brought in former BlackBerry executive Andrew Bocking to work on the Internet.org app

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Microsoft tips off US police to man storing child abuse images in OneDrive

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Software giant's role in arrest of man accused of sharing child abuse images confirmed

Vodafone completes 4G voice call tests

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Vodafone is the first UK network to test voice over LTE and said it was a sucess

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FBI uncovers paedophiles using malware

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The US investigation agency infiltrated child abuse websites and installed malware on users' computers

Easing off the tablets

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Analyst research suggests tablet sales are flattening, but the decline in notebook sales may be halting too

Data breach

CryptoLocker victims offered free file decryption service

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FireEye has teamed up with Fox-IT to unlock CryptoLocker victims' files for free

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Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales blasts “right to be forgotten” ruling

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The founder of Wikipedia has commented further on the recent removal of links from Google under the “right to be forgott

PayPal's authentication is no challenge for one hacker

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The white hat hacker said he could bypass the two-step security measures used to protect customer accounts

4G: Everything you need to know

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With 4G being rapidly rolled out across the UK, we take a look at the potential benefits and problems that come with it

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Wikipedia has rejected all requests to remove/alter content since 2012

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Wikipedia has released its first ever transparency report, revealing details of requests received since 2012

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O2 launches £10/month 4G contract for the public sector

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Third sector organisations will also be able to take advantage of mobile operator's new £10 a month 4G deal

How Paddy Power gambled against its customers' security

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Davey Winder lets rip over Paddy Power's decision to tell customers about a data breach that happened four years ag

Data breach

Russian cyber gang steal 1.2 billion usernames & passwords

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Security researchers claim haul could constitute the world's largest data breach

iPhone 6 launch date pencilled in for 9 September

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Apple expected to unveil two big-screen iPhones

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Facebook under scrutiny for privacy policy

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Class action lawsuit has been signed by 17,000 people

Dell working on mood-reading software

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Dell is developing software capable of identifying the current mood of the user

Windows 8.1 vs Google Chrome OS review

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Can your business save money by using Chrome OS instead of Windows?

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iPhone 6 could bring Visa mobile payments

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The iPhone 6 could bring Visa mobile payments to Apple users

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Citizens Advice Bureau wants ISPs to axe "rip-off" broadband cancellation fees

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Citizens Advice Bureau wants to see cancellation fees axed in cases where customers experience persistent service proble

New smart car tech could display traffic signs inside vehicles

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Researchers are looking into technology that could allow traffic signs to be displayed inside vehicles

BlackBerry concludes company restructure with internal memo

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BlackBerry has finished its recent restructuring, with an internal memo sent to employees detailing changes

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HP accuses ex-Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch of fraud

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War of words between HP and Autonomy boss hots up, with Mike Lynch declaring fraud comments a "personal smear"

Aircraft satellite comms systems can be hacked via in-flight Wi-Fi, claims researcher

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Security researcher claims to have figured out how to hack into a plane's satellite communication systems

Google used Gmail tracking to help catch sex offender who secretly filmed children

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The internet giant tipped off US police about the man, demonstrating the company is tracking users carrying out illegal

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