Windows 9: 10 Features we want to see


With the Windows 9 release date looming, here are the top features we want to see


NXP to bring P2P Wi-Fi to cars in 2016


IEEE 802.11p will have a range of 1 mile

BT email service outage fixed after several days


BT fixes fault after users left with no email service for several days

FBI warns driverless cars could be used as "lethal weapons"


US crime-fighting agency flags driverless car safety concerns

Why the FUD around APT does more harm than good

Analysis & Insight

Davey Winder calls on the security industry to stop using scare tactics, and start using education, in the fight against

Internet search

Google “right to be forgotten”: Everything you need to know


Google has begun to remove search results under the “right to be forgotten” ruling.

Google right to be forgotten blocked search results listed online


A website listing search results blocked by the Google right to be forgotten ruling has been set up to keep track of rem

New iPhones & iPads powered by fuel cells could run for "weeks"


Apple has reportedly purchased fuel cell patents that could pave way for iPhones & iPads that can go weeks without c

Emergency Data Retention Bill passed through parliament


The Data Retention and Investigatory Powers (DRIP) Bill was approved via a majority of 436 to 49

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Bing's search now includes academic research


Scholarly articles will also be featured in Microsoft's Cortana Personal Assistant


GCHQ snooping tribunal hearing starts today


Spooks under scrutiny by regulators after demands for hearings by privacy groups


Nokia Lumia 930 review


Windows Phone 8.1 finally lands on a flagship handset

Google smart contact lens design licensed by Novartis


Google have partnered with Swiss pharmaceutical firm Novartis to develop smart contact lenses to be used by diabetes suf

Galaxy Note 4 & Galaxy S5 Prime could feature retina scanner


The Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5 Prime may become the first Samsung devices to include a retina scanner

Big data

KPMG & Imperial College embark on big data science push


University and professional services firm want the UK to be at the forefront of big data technologies

Microsoft challenges Google with Project Adam artificial intelligence


Microsoft developed AI can tell its Alsatian from its Shih Tzu.


Microsoft job cuts rumoured for later this week


Sources tell Bloomberg Microsoft could be prepping for largest round of job cuts in its history

Microsoft confesses to 14% global device market share


Firm to tackle Chromebooks with $199 HP Stream laptop

iOS 7 adoption rate grows to 90 per cent for July


The adoption rate for iOS 7 hits 90 per cent and is still rising ahead of the imminent release of iOS 8


iPad Air review


The thinnest, lightest and most beautiful iPad to-date. The iPad Air offers excellent performance and battery life

Government funding

ICO demands funding reform to help it cope with deluge of data protection cases


Information Commissioner's Office claims current funding model could affect the amount of work it can do

Microsoft: New wearable could help people with visual impairment


The alice-band-like device Microsoft is testing has been compared to Google Glass

mobile network

National Parks to benefit from better mobile coverage


If you're on EE, O2, Three or Vodafone, you should notice an improvement in your mobile signal if you live in a Nat

Google Glass MindRDR app: Does it work?


Find out if it's possible to control Google Glass with your mind

Clyde River, Glasgow

Free Wi-Fi network goes live in Glasgow


Glasgow-wide free Wi-Fi network arrives just in time for the Commonwealth Games

Apple Store

Apple can trademark store layouts, rules EU


Copycat retailers may be forced to change shop layouts

World Cup 2014: How Microsoft beat Google with match predictions

Analysis & Insight

World Cup shows how far predictive analytics has come

Broadband plugs

Government broadband delivery targets "lack ambition", claim SMBs


The Federation of Small Businesses has blasted the Government for over-looking the broadband needs of SMBs

Raspberry Pi Model B+ goes on sale for £26


Model B+ consumes less power and has more USB slots, but is not a sequel

Apple denies Chinese government tracks iPhone location data


Apple has reassured Chinese iPhone users that the government can't use their location data


Yahoo Mobile engineering director sued for harrassment


Maria Zhang supposedly made sexual advances towards principal software engineer Nan Shi

Apple iWatch production could be pushed back to November


KGI Securities analyst has also slashed shipment forecast to 3 million units for 2014

Jaguar Land Rover's intelligent car learns driving skills


The car uses complex algorithms and tracks the driver's habits to prevent distractions

past and future

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella outlines vision for the future of the company


The company will focus on mobile and the cloud, but not necessarily through traditional products and services channels

iOS 7.1 problems: 10 ways to fix battery life issues


Updated: iOS 7.1 has resulted in users complaining about battery life problems. We show you how to fix them.

Google unblocked in China as Tiananmen Square anniversary passes


Google services are availible again to Chinese users following disruption during the 25th anniversary of Tiananmen Squar

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European Commission embarks on EU-wide broadband deployment push


European Commission unveils "Connected Communities" scheme to improve EU-wide broadband availability

Samsung Galaxy S5: Top 15 tips and tricks


The Galaxy S5 is full of unique features. Find out how to get the best out of the Android device.

BA reverses ban on passengers with uncharged devices


Airline will allow customers to leave devices at the airport or forward it to a chosen address

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Google's millions, and London as a tech hub

Analysis & Insight

Google is making London the base for its new venture capital arm. Is the city now a valid tech hub?