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Apple recalls chargers for fear they'll electrocute you
News
29 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

The chargers in question are adaptors for use in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Continental Europe, New Zealand and South Korea

Let's use Data Protection Day to highlight just how bad the Snooper's Charter is
Internet privacy
Opinion
28 Jan, 2016
Davey Winder

The Investigatory Powers Bill remains the UK's biggest threat to privacy, says Davey Winder

Facebook users flock to mobile as numbers rocket
Facebook
News
28 Jan, 2016
Aaron Lee

Mobile is now easily the most popular way to check the social network

Google's AI program masters 'Go' ahead of Facebook
News
28 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

An artificial intelligence program from Google beats the European champion of Go

Privacy and security clash on Data Protection Day
News
28 Jan, 2016
Jane McCallion

Security experts say UK is in conflict over GDPR and Snooper's Charter

Mozilla patches 12 Firefox flaws
News
28 Jan, 2016
Joe Curtis

Browser version 44 fixes three critical vulnerabilities

Samsung profits hit by falling smartphone sales
News
28 Jan, 2016
Jane McCallion

Vendor blames 40 per cent drop on "slowing IT demand" and poor mobile sales

Facebook's AI engine becoming more intelligent than humans
News
28 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

The company's AI engine is close to beating experts at Chinese board game Go

US insurance company loses almost one million customer records
Data breach
News
28 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

Centene's customer records were held on six hard drives that have gone missing

Apple needs to diversify, and fast
Opinion
27 Jan, 2016
Rene Millman

Apple's reliance on the iPhone led to record-breaking profits, but markets want more

Asus Chromebit review
Reviews
27 Jan, 2016
Alan Lu

The pocket-sized Chrome PC that's trying to big itself up

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Safari search bug caused frustration for users
News
27 Jan, 2016
Aaron Lee

Users reported the error affecting Mac, iPhone and iPad

Gov 'is not taking cybercrime seriously'
In-depth
27 Jan, 2016
Joe Curtis

Home Office 'will miss out on top IT talent' with volunteer cybercop plan

Government launches cybersecurity start-up initiative
News
27 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

£250 million scheme hopes to drive new ideas in the local economy

Dublin will connect start-ups with big tech firms
News
27 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

A new scheme will help entrepreneurs connect with big tech companies like Google and Facebook

Lenovo makes security blunder with 12345678 password
News
27 Jan, 2016
Rene Millman

Lenovo's file-sharing app had three other security flaws too, researchers find

Department of Health chooses dxw for digital transformation
News
27 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

Health tech specialist builds new intranet site for the department to boost productivity

EnterpriseDB launches Server and Enterprise Manager updates
News
27 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

New products to offer enhanced scalability, security and manageability

Ofcom launches new broadband code to protect UK SMBs
Broadband
News
26 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

Code of conduct lets businesses quit contracts over poor connectivity speeds

Acer Chromebook R11 review
Reviews
26 Jan, 2016
Alan Lu

This convertible Chromebook-tablet hybrid made us flip out

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Are start-ups bad at hiring the right CEOs?
News
26 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

VCs say most start-ups miss out on funding by appointing weak leaders

Adaptive Mobile announces Messaging App Security
Text messaging
News
26 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

The product will enable developers to protect their platforms from security threats

90% of enterprises will hire CDOs by 2019, says Gartner
Mobile data on iPad
News
26 Jan, 2016
Aaron Lee

Urgent need to manage data will underpin growth of the new role

Are iPhone sales set for a record slump?
News
26 Jan, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Apple is expected to report its lowest ever growth in smartphone sales

Fire engulfs Foxconn's iPhone production factory
News
26 Jan, 2016
Jane McCallion

No casualties reported in multi-storey blaze

WhatsApp will add encryption indicators so you know your chats are safe
News
26 Jan, 2016
Adam Shepherd

WhatsApp battles security fears as governments plan crackdown on messaging services

Harvard University given $28m for AI research
brain
News
26 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

Scientists will try to discover why human brains are better at processing information

SMBs curse slow broadband speeds as a productivity drain
News
25 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

Despite planning more web activities 2016, SMBs say they are still held back by internet speeds

Cloud firms will leave UK if Snooper's Charter is passed
News
25 Jan, 2016
Jane McCallion

Demands to weaken encryption 'will drive $15 billion worth of business out of the UK'

VTech restores online functions following hack
News
25 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping Aaron Lee

Hacked toy firm reopens online portal, but some of its devices remain offline

Tech North chief steps down after only six months in charge
News
25 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

Tech City UK insists Northern quango remains "a crucial priority"

Four Twitter execs jump ship
News
25 Jan, 2016
Joe Curtis

CEO Jack Dorsey moves to fill leadership holes in product, HR, media, and engineering

Daimler held "concrete talks" with Apple and Google
News
25 Jan, 2016
Jane McCallion Adam Shepherd

CEO said the companies" know more than we had previously assumed" about driverless cars

Google agrees to pay £130m tax bill
Money
News
25 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

Search giant says it will pay tax according to UK revenues from advertisers

Google 'paid Apple $1 billion to own search on iPhones'
The Googleplex Google HQ by Trey Ratcliff on Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/stuckincustoms/4323977677
News
22 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

Google reportedly paid the fee in 2014 to make it the default search engine

Why technology must be at the heart of your company
In-depth
22 Jan, 2016
Aaron Lee

Getting the right balance between IT and the business is crucial to your firm's future

Ruckus Unleashed review
Reviews
22 Jan, 2016
Kat Orphanides

Stop using consumer routers for your business

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Smartwatch security threats: The sky isn’t really falling
Apple Watch release date, price & features
Opinion
22 Jan, 2016
Davey Winder

Wearables are too young to pose a real threat to data security, says Davey Winder

Tech North to offer girls free coding courses
News
22 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

Liverpool Girl Geeks and Tech North have partnered to provide coding courses to women free of charge

Symantec ditches reseller guilty of scamming PC users
News
22 Jan, 2016
Joe Curtis

Silurian told people they had malware, then sold them Norton Antivirus for $249