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Survey reveals that more than half of Britons don’t want drones
News
15 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Research also shows age divide between drone supporters and those with concerns

Google's Right To Be Forgotten requests mostly from public
search glass
News
15 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

Just five per cent of requests were from criminals, politicians and high-profile public figures

Businesses exposing confidential data to ex-employees
Data breach
News
15 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

One third of IT decision makers say ex-employees are able to access systems after leaving

Vodafone launches digital skills workshops for SMBs
News
14 Jul, 2015
Caroline Preece

Vodafone will help SMBs in Leeds and London with a trial of new digital skills workshops

Oculus Rift release date, price and system requirements: Oculus Rift will not use "console tactics", says founder
Consumer version of Oculus Rift leaked
News
14 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Oculus Rift will avoid closed-platform model, despite exclusive titles

Facebook working on its own personal assistant, codenamed Moneypenny
News
14 Jul, 2015
Caroline Preece

Facebook is reportedly researching its own human-powered personal assistant

Government-run IoT competition to give away £10m
innovation
News
14 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

The prize will be awarded for the most innovative smart city application

Windows Server 2003 end of life support is no more
News
14 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

But how prepared are UK businesses for the move to Server 2012?

Apple customers outraged over ‘staingate’ fault
News
13 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Thousands of MacBook users are reporting problems with the retina display

Robot pharmacy kiosk could transform how we access medicine
News
13 Jul, 2015
Caroline Preece

An innovative solution to how residents of rural Scotland access medicine could revolutionise pharmacies

Satoru Iwata dies at 55: the Nintendo president's life, accomplishments and career history
Satoru Iwata dies at 55: the Nintendo president's life, accomplishments and career history
Biographies
13 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Beloved CEO of Nintendo passes away after fight with cancer

Reddit CEO Ellen Pao quits amid user revolt
News
13 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd Clare Hopping

Resignation comes after AMA co-ordinator's dismissal sparked 'AMAgeddon'

US gov official quits after hackers steal 21.5 million people's data on her watch
The White House
News
13 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd Joe Curtis Clare Hopping

Katherine Archuleta steps down to help department tackle data crisis

TechUK warns UK ‘not doing enough’ to grow digital skills
Skills gap
News
10 Jul, 2015
Caroline Preece

Gov must adopt smarter migration policy and increase number of girls in tech, says body

How Microsoft can revive Windows Phone
Opinion
10 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Despite writing down its Nokia acquisition Microsoft isn't done with Windows Mobile yet

M2M is expanding beyond the IT department, says Vodafone
News
10 Jul, 2015
Caroline Preece

Machine-to-machine technology 'could determine a business's competitive advantage'

Could Windows 10 save plunging PC sales?
News
10 Jul, 2015
Joe Curtis

Gartner and IDC record huge decline in PCs for second quarter of 2015

Microsoft HoloLens: release date, rumours, specs & pricing
Rumours
10 Jul, 2015
Rene Millman

Microsoft’s take on virtual reality looks appealing, but will it win against the Oculus Rift?

Q&A: SMART's Tobias Windbrake on the future of collaboration
Collaboration
In-depth
10 Jul, 2015
Jane McCallion

We find out what makes for a successful transition to collaborative working

European Parliament rejects link tax amendment
News
10 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

If ruled, the link tax would take money from search engines when displaying traditional news sources in results

Privacy superstar Caspar Bowden passes away
News
10 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

Microsoft's ex-chief privacy advisor, who had some controversial views about privacy, has died

Collaboration is about people, not just technology
News
9 Jul, 2015
Jane McCallion

Companies must truly know themselves to successfully become more collaborative

Jawbone sues Fitbit for third time in two months
News
9 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Fitness band manufacturer files lawsuit against competitor for breach of patent

Canary Wharf Group chooses tech for smart cities programme
News
9 Jul, 2015
Caroline Preece

The Canary Wharf Group will pilot the new tech of competition winners in its smart city programme

Cisco will spend $1 billion on UK tech sector
News
9 Jul, 2015
Joe Curtis

Networking giant aims to spur IoT innovation and boost STEM skills

Android Lollipop 5.0 updates: Galaxy S3 and Note 4 will NOT be receiving update
News
9 Jul, 2015
Khidr Suleman Caroline Preece Adam Shepherd

Older Samsung phones will be unable to update to Google's latest OS

BlackBerry Leap proves to be a poor successor to the Passport
News
9 Jul, 2015
Khidr Suleman Caroline Donnelly Caroline Preece Adam Shepherd

The BlackBerry Leap is a disappointing stumble after the success of its predecessor

Oxford tech start-ups set for £1bn funding
Government funding
News
9 Jul, 2015
Caroline Preece

Start-ups of a burgeoning tech cluster in Oxford could receive up to £1bn in funding this year

ICO will look into Edinburgh City Council data breach
News
9 Jul, 2015
Joe Curtis

Watchdog says it is aware of hack that lost 13,000 people's emails

Finnish teen convicted of over 50,000 hacks avoids jail
Gavel
News
9 Jul, 2015
Jane McCallion

Judge cites young age of hacker, but others warn he is a "dangerous sociopath"

NYSE denies hackers crashed stock exchange
News
9 Jul, 2015
Joe Curtis

White House briefed President on outage, but stock exchange blames "internal technical issue"

Microsoft will lay off almost 8,000 staff
News
9 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Company will also face billions in impairment charges and restructuring fees

Airbnb moves to new offices in Clerkenwell
News
9 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

Company shuns Silicon Roundabout tech hub, moving toward the city instead

Symantec and Kaspersky work together on Wild Neutron threat
News
9 Jul, 2015
Clare Hopping

Research traces attackers back to Romania and Russia

Budget 2015: Lots for business, little for tech
George Osborne
Analysis
8 Jul, 2015
Joe Curtis

George Osborne's budget will boost apprenticeships, but not broadband

Malware targets customers of Barclays, RBS and more
Click here for malware
News
8 Jul, 2015
Caroline Preece

Malicious emails fire Trojan at UK banking customers

United Airlines flights globally grounded by 'network issue'
News
8 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Suspension marks second recent incident of computer error for company

British Airways opens up flight data to boost innovation
Plane
News
8 Jul, 2015
Joe Curtis

BA wants developers to find easier ways for customers to search and book flights

Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi review: svelte, attractive and more than a little disappointing
Reviews
8 Jul, 2015
Adam Shepherd

This hybrid is a sleek, fast computer that's let down by some poor design decisions

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