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Nationwide develops behavioural authentication prototype
News
12 Apr, 2016
Clare Hopping

The building society created the innovation following feedback from users who have too many passwords to remember

UK businesses under attack from phishing scams
News
12 Apr, 2016
Jane McCallion

More attacks are focused on companies in the UK than any other country

Google's latest robot climbs stairs and carries heavy weights
News
11 Apr, 2016
Rene Millman

Alphabet-owned Schaft shows off Japanese robot

Facebook criticised over online harassment project
News
11 Apr, 2016
Ian Betteridge

Major technology companies plan a grassroots campaign against harassment but are accused of not doing enough

Panama Papers: Why a nation state super hacker isn't responsible
Opinion
11 Apr, 2016
Davey Winder

Mossack Fonseca had its data stolen via an embarrassingly easy security flaw

Microsoft Windows 10 review - 'a future to be embraced, not feared'
Reviews
11 Apr, 2016
Alan Lu

Wiping away the stain of Windows 8 with great new features but time is running out to upgrade for free

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11 top Arduino projects
News
11 Apr, 2016
Aaron Lee

Develop your coding skills with these projects for a low-cost alternative to the Raspberry Pi

Martha Lane Fox joins Twitter's board to promote diversity
News
11 Apr, 2016
Caroline Preece

CEO Jack Dorsey commits to "represent the strong communities on Twitter" in board appointments

Huawei wants to be the next Apple
News
11 Apr, 2016
Jane McCallion

Company hopes high-end P9 will put it on an even footing with the world's largest device makers

Huawei talks up “video as basic” at Analyst Conference 2016
News
11 Apr, 2016
Jane McCallion

Video must be given as much emphasis as voice by telcos, claims Eric Xu

Adobe patches ransomware flaw targeting Windows 10
News
8 Apr, 2016
Nicole Kobie

Adobe issues emergency patch for serious Flash flaw

On yer bike, security: Santander cyclists forced to reset passwords
Analysis
8 Apr, 2016
Nicole Kobie

Santander Cycles is forcing all users to reset passwords, but is that a wise security move? Nicole Kobie asks the experts

Polycom RealPresence Trio 8800 Collaboration Kit review
Reviews
8 Apr, 2016
Kat Orphanides Andrew Webb

The only meeting room phone and video conferencing system you'll ever need

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Microsoft’s Hub Keyboard lands on iOS
News
8 Apr, 2016
Nicholas Griffen

Hub Keyboard helps users avoid toggling between apps when sending emails and text messages

Linking to Playboy piracy isn't infringement, says EU advisor
Piracy
News
8 Apr, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Advocate general delivery advisory ahead of landmark case

Facebook targets businesses as personal use slides
News
8 Apr, 2016
Nicole Kobie

New Messenger tools will make it easier for companies and customers to chat via Facebook

Google helps network admins block dodgy software
News
8 Apr, 2016
Nicole Kobie

Safe Browsing Alerts for network administrators extended to include unwanted software and social engineering

IT departments suffer from reverse skills gap
News
8 Apr, 2016
Jane McCallion

IT specialists need to become generalists in order to survive

National Childbirth Trust data breach loses 15,000 expectant parents' information
News
7 Apr, 2016
Caroline Preece

Charity stresses that personal and financial data is still secure

IBM explores how IoT and analytics can help monitor Parkinson's symptoms
News
7 Apr, 2016
Caroline Preece

Big Blue partners with Pfizer to create new data in fight against Parkinson's

Amazon builds out AI division with Orbeus 'acquisition'
News
7 Apr, 2016
Caroline Preece

Amazon has added the image recognition firm to its AI portfolio, suggests Bloomberg

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B review
Reviews
7 Apr, 2016
Kat Orphanides

The latest version of the compact computer adds more power and built-in wireless connectivity

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Google's self-driving cars hit the road in Arizona to test extreme heat tolerance
News
7 Apr, 2016
Aaron Lee

In Europe, a convoy of self-driving trucks arrives safely in Rotterdam

White House wants agencies to open source their code
The White House
News
7 Apr, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Federal agencies would also swap code with each other

Reddit arms users with new troll-blocking tools
News
7 Apr, 2016
Aaron Lee

How to block people on Reddit

Vivaldi web browser wants to make life easier for busy people
News
6 Apr, 2016
Aaron Lee

Opera co-founder's new browser lets you stack tabs and switch between them more easily

Huawei P9 hands-on
First look
6 Apr, 2016
Alan Lu

The strangest smartphone camera yet

This Firefox add-on forces other extensions to steal your data
News
6 Apr, 2016
Joe Curtis

Millions of Firefox users face brand new attack

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge review
Reviews
6 Apr, 2016
Alan Lu

A slick smartphone that’s not quite ahead of the curve

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Jeff Bezos: We never said Amazon has the right work culture
News
6 Apr, 2016
Joe Curtis

Amazon CEO defends working life at tech giant after NYT exposé

Apple iPhone 6s review and latest news
Reviews
6 Apr, 2016
Katharine Byrne Adam Shepherd Nicholas Griffen

iPhone 6s bug that gives hackers access to all your contacts and photos patched

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Donald Trump's hotel business 'targeted by cyber terrorists'
News
6 Apr, 2016
Jane McCallion

Credit card systems at Trump Hotels hacked for second time in a year

WhatsApp announces end-to-end encryption
News
6 Apr, 2016
Clare Hopping

Al voice messages, text messages, photo and videos sent on the platform are hidden from third parties

Eight top BBC Micro Bit projects
In-depth
5 Apr, 2016
Aaron Lee

Learn everything from beginner projects to challenges for confident coders

Verizon: B2B start-ups lead way in IoT innovation
News
5 Apr, 2016
Caroline Preece

Enterprise firms are learning how to use IoT from start-ups

Apple iPad Pro 9.7 vs Microsoft Surface Pro 4
Vs
5 Apr, 2016
Simon Handby

It's tablets with keyboards at dawn