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Could blockchain hold the key to secure personal identities?
News
16 Jun, 2016
Jane McCallion

The technology that underpins Bitcoin could be used to create a single life log in the future

Data breaches costing businesses £2.53m per incident
Money down drain
News
16 Jun, 2016
Clare Hopping

IBM's study suggests having an incident report team in place could reduce that cost substantially

iOS 9 vs iOS 10
Vs
15 Jun, 2016
Adam Shepherd

How Apple's two latest mobile operating systems compare

Facebook updates social network with suicide prevention tools
News
15 Jun, 2016
Emma Flick

People who see worrying posts from friends can contact them anonymously to help

macOS Sierra release date, price, features and latest news: Apple's macOS Sierra hints at Mac touchbar
WWDC 2015 Mac OS 10.11 Sequoia
Rumours
15 Jun, 2016
Jane McCallion Aaron Lee Adam Shepherd

Will Apple replace function keys with touchbar? Code for macOS Sierra suggests it will

2016 MacBook Pro news: MacOS code points to OLED touch bar for new MacBook Pros
Rumours
15 Jun, 2016
Adam Shepherd Aaron Lee

New MacBook Pro could borrow design cues from 12in MacBook redesign

Flash flooding takes down TalkTalk web services
News
15 Jun, 2016
Clare Hopping

Midlands floods leave customers angry at TalkTalk outage

Manchester Digital pledges to grow tech sector in the north
News
15 Jun, 2016
Caroline Preece

Infrastructure, knowledge-sharing and growth are key priorities

Symantec to pay $4.65 billion to acquire Blue Coat
News
15 Jun, 2016
Aaron Lee

Greg Clark to become Symantec CEO, promising new cloud security

Trump data held by Democrats was 'hacked by Russia'
News
15 Jun, 2016
Caroline Preece

Two hacker groups 'gathered information on presidential candidate Donald Trump'

Zuckerberg says telepathy is the future of communication
News
15 Jun, 2016
Joe Curtis Adam Shepherd

Facebook CEO believes we will all beam thoughts to each other directly in a few decades

Synology DiskStation DS916+ review
Reviews
15 Jun, 2016
Dave Mitchell

Synology puts some serious NAS power on your desktop

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Five weirdest password alternatives of all time
In-depth
14 Jun, 2016
Davey Winder

Computers can identify you based on your butt and your walk, not to mention your smell...

Google Home vs Amazon Echo vs Apple Home: Apple launches Siri SDK & Home app at WWDC
Vs
14 Jun, 2016
Adam Shepherd Emma Flick Caroline Preece

Standalone hardware fails to arrive, but groundwork is laid for future smart hub

Swift Playgrounds: Everything you need to know
In-depth
14 Jun, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Apple wants to help get kids coding with a new, free iPad app. We run down the details...

LinkedIn 'can fuel Office 365, but Microsoft faces integration challenges'
Analysis
14 Jun, 2016
Jane McCallion

Analysts welcome LinkedIn purchase, but sound warning over Microsoft's history of acquisitions

Fujitsu Server Primergy RX1330 M2 review
Reviews
14 Jun, 2016
Dave Mitchell

Fujitsu’s whisper-quiet RX1330 M2 is a small server that’s perfect for small budgets

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Ransomware grows 24 per cent in Q1 2016
Mobile malware
News
14 Jun, 2016
Clare Hopping

McAfee's Threats Report also revealed 21 consumer mobile apps could be a gateway for malicious activity

BT to provide public sector ICT services
News
14 Jun, 2016
Clare Hopping

The procurement framework is worth up to £200m

Apple TV: news, rumours, specs, features, price and release date
Rumours
13 Jun, 2016
Jane McCallion Adam Shepherd

Apple announced new tvOS and Apple TV features at WWDC

iOS 10, macOS Sierra, tvOS and watchOS 3: All the news from Apple's WWDC keynote on 13th June
News
13 Jun, 2016
Jane McCallion Aaron Lee Rene Millman

Apple has not failed to impress once again, with a raft of announcements and plans to get kids coding

Uber slapped with €800k fine by French court
News
13 Jun, 2016
Jane McCallion

Company says it will appeal the ruling in Paris, but will apparently not challenge a ban in Germany

Microsoft buys LinkedIn
News
13 Jun, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Tech giant will acquire the business social network for $26.2 billion

Android Wear 2.0 release date and features: Older smartwatches will not get Android Wear 2.0 update
Enterprise smartwatch roundup
Rumours
13 Jun, 2016
Adam Shepherd

OEMs will not be updating their older wearables to the new software

Apple vs FBI: NSA reveals why it couldn't hack San Bernardino iPhone
News
13 Jun, 2016
Jane McCallion Joe Curtis Rene Millman Aaron Lee Adam Shepherd Caroline Preece Clare Hopping

The organisation focuses on cracking most popular devices amongst criminals, which isn't usually the iPhone

Cyber attacks on SMBs 'cost UK economy £5.36 billion'
News
10 Jun, 2016
Jane McCallion

Small businesses need help to combat millions of attacks faced every year

View from the airport: HPE one year on
Opinion
10 Jun, 2016
Jane McCallion

Jane McCallion experiences déjà vu at Discover 2016, but that might not be a bad thing

Microsoft open sources some ‘critical’ Edge browser code
News
10 Jun, 2016
Aaron Lee

But Redmond does not plan to make the browser itself open source

Twitter freezes accounts in the wake of password leak
News
10 Jun, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Company requests password resets as security measure

BBC micro:bit review
Reviews
10 Jun, 2016
Kat Orphanides

The BBC Micro lives again to teach a new generation of kids! Well, sort of.

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Tesco Mobile offers customers discounts in return for ads
News
10 Jun, 2016
Clare Hopping

Customers can opt in by downloading an app and will get additional data to cover that used to serve the ads

PC sales threatened by power of detachable tablets
News
10 Jun, 2016
Clare Hopping

IDC revealed PC sales are set to decline 7.3 per cent year-on-year by the end of 2016

Did government failures lead to EU referendum voter registration website crash?
In-depth
9 Jun, 2016
Joe Curtis

Sources blame GDS for EU referendum website failure

Industry 'must work with universities to fight cybersecurity skills gap'
In-depth
9 Jun, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Cybersecurity needs more skilled professionals, and businesses need to help train them, say experts

TfL and Twitter launch live alerts for Tube and rail customers
News
9 Jun, 2016
Aaron Lee

Pilot scheme will let commuters receive disruption notifications direct to their mobile

AmazonFresh grocery service takes on UK supermarkets
News
9 Jun, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Online retail giant launches its weekly shopping service in central and east London

Apple outlines plan to take smaller revenue cut from ‘reliable’ apps
News
9 Jun, 2016
Aaron Lee

Apps of any kind will also be eligible to offer subscriptions soon

AI employment crunch is "fanciful", claims HPE exec
News
9 Jun, 2016
Jane McCallion

Robots will not take our jobs - they will enhance them