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Video sharing service bolsters communication capabilities with new messaging system
Every pound spent on IT must improve patient care, states NHS
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Stats and results take centre stage on redesigned portal
Mozilla admits it was too slow to engage with employees
Microsoft confirms first week download figures for Office for iPad
Several states examining cause of slip at credit ratings agency subsidiary
USB Type-C connectors will be similar in design to a microUSB connection but will provide more power
Concerns over possible defect spark product recall
Users want “Google experience” on their smartphones
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Web addresses encouraging sexual offences and criminal activity to be screened out
Amber Windows is taken to task for breaching privacy laws with cold calls
Windows Phone 8.1 brings a notification center, better keyboard, IE 11 & enhanced enterprise capabilities
UK government secures another year of support for public sector systems running Windows XP
Windows on Devices to build on Microsoft's mobile and cloud-first vision
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Start-ups' technology can give a firm a competitive edge.
Networking vendor to embark on cost reduction plan and refocus efforts on high-growth business areas
Network operator outlines ambitious growth plans for UK
Bitcoin’s ambiguous status used by Ross Ulbricht’s defence team
Malware techniques are becoming ever more sophisticated, according to Websense
Latitude 12 and 14 fully ruggedised devices coming in May
Gartner's study shows the worldwide software market grew by 4.8 per cent in 2013
MPs attacked BT and local councils for lack of transparency
Intel's mini-computer no longer fits in SD card-sized shell
Cloud will help manage the peaks on awards night
Judge demands answers in bankruptcy case
Former CEO's failed plan to sell off HP’s hardware business has cost the firm millions
Cold calling ringleader given a four month suspended sentence, ordered to pay compensation and court costs.
Mobile operator enlisted by utilities firm to overhaul telecommunication systems
Research team hail development of software that can convert 2D mobile phone cameras into hand gesture recognition device
City of London Police hope to kill-off websites peddling pirated goods with new Infringing Website List
CERT-UK to co-ordinate the UK's cybersecurity defence
Smartphone makers go head-to-head once again in US patent court
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