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Two decisions by policy makers in Europe to allow mobile use during flights.
Pwn2Own Mobile sees Nexus, Samsung Galaxy S4 and iPhone 5 broken.
Google and HP call time on Chromebook 11 sales following reports of overheating.
Big Blue adds a further nine universities to its 200-strong roll call of cyber security education partners.
iPad and iPods now supported.
Social networking site wants to make it easier for smaller firms to advertise their services.
Cloud services giant sets out vision for easier big data analysis and lower cost VDI deployments at Re:Invent conference
Software giant outlines vision to make the internet a safer place.
BRIC revenues decline following Snowden revelations
Hacker promises no accounts will be compromised, but notes weaknesses in password protection.
BlackBerry CEO insists company is in it for the long haul, as market share slumps dramatically.
Internet giant decides to sell-off its stash of "premium" domain names.
Lower than expected results lead to drop in share value.
Software pioneer to willingly give his version of events, but will not return from USA.
Rising spending on older IT systems might not be as bad for UK companies as it might seem.
Users get 50GB of free Google Drive storage with Android Jelly Bean handset.
Counter-terrorism head says police still need more power to access people’s data
Google lets users save files into Drive from Gmail, as it ties its product sets closer together .
The RS2414RP+ is Synology’s first 12-bay business rack NAS appliance but is the Atom CPU up to the job?
Mini 2 packs a Retina Display, A7 processor, 5MP iSight camera and 10 hour battery life.
Redmond wants to end cannibalistic working environment.
Organisations at a loss as to how to balance app stores with licensing responsibilities, research finds.
Comms giant Vodafone plans to massively ramp up investment in its network.
With Samsung launching the Galaxy Gear and Apple rumoured to announce the iWatch, will smart watches find a home in the
Microsoft says IE issue believed to have been exploited by Chinese hackers will be addressed this Patch Tuesday.
Virgin continues its speed war with BT, but is likely to annoy customers by increasing prices.
Miliband scorns Cameron’s efforts to fill skills gap as he talks up his own IT jobs strategy.
Hackers will have 'no chance' claims telco.
Investment bank lowers its view on social media and other online businesses.
Snowden leak indicates GCHQ used fake LinkedIn pages to serve up malware to OPEC employees in Austria.
DNA-controlled self assembling networks can deliver cargo or signals.
EE thinks 4G is the answer to the nation’s rural broadband problem, as it shows off high speeds in the North.
Floating facilities will contain learning spaces.
The latest Next Unit of Computing is a £300 pocket PC, but is it good enough to replace desktop PCs?
Enhanced sensors also in development.
Marc Andreessen turns back on 2.28 million shares.
Google Glass driving fines, the PC market crash and Steve Wozniak have all got IT Pro readers talking this week.
Chinese vendor outlines five-year plan to get next generation networks up and running.
The thinnest, lightest and most beautiful iPad to-date. The iPad Air offers excellent performance and battery life.
Mobile operator claims "Super Bundles" could save customers millions of pounds.
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