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Is London still the best place to build a start-up?
Analysis
15 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

The capital's high rents are driving UK entrepreneurs to base their companies elsewhere

TalkTalk: BT-EE merger will lead to 25% price hikes
BT
In-depth
15 Jan, 2016
Joe Curtis

Rivals fear for the future of telecoms after CMA approves £12.5bn BT-EE deal

People want to hack your smartwatch
News
15 Jan, 2016
Jane McCallion

Kaspersy and WiseKey team up to protect wearables from flood of cyber attacks

Wikipedia turns 15, receives $1m cash injection
News
15 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

The money will come from the estate of deceased software engineer Jim Pacha in time for the company's 15th birthday

TalkTalk landline service restored
News
15 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

Customers were previously complaining they were unable to use their phones because the dial tone had disappeared

Number of new UK start-ups breaks record in 2015
Digital Britain
News
14 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

London ranks as the best city in Europe for digital start-ups and scale-ups

Zimbra Collaboration Suite (Open Source Edition) review
Reviews
14 Jan, 2016
Kat Orphanides Andrew Webb

The free alternative to Microsoft Exchange and Google Apps

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IoT sprawl will threaten security, warn analysts
News
14 Jan, 2016
Jane McCallion

Connected devices and sensors could occupy 20% of security budgets

Nvidia blames Apple OS X for re-appearing porn glitch
News
14 Jan, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Company claims Apple's GPU memory management is at fault for embarrassing flaw

Anonymous takes down Nissan in dolphin culling protest
Anonymous
News
14 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

The hacker group launched a DDoS attack on the company's global and Japanese websites

Intelligence director's email accounts hacked
Hacker
News
14 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

James Clapper's personal email, phone and wife's email accounts were all accessed

Apple to buy Time Warner, according to reports
Rumoured deal
News
13 Jan, 2016
Jane McCallion

iPhone maker could use acquisition to bolster Apple TV streaming service

Seagate creates 10TB hard drive for cloud datacentres
News
13 Jan, 2016
Jane McCallion

Seagate Enterprise 3.5 Capacity HDD offers lowest power to TB ratio

EU courts uphold company's right to read private messages
News
13 Jan, 2016
Adam Shepherd

The ECHR has rejected a Romanian engineers claims that his employers violated his right to privacy

Google I/O 2016: Developer show will take place in May
News
13 Jan, 2016
Joe Curtis

CEO Sundar Pichai says event will return to Mountain View for 10th anniversary

Spectra Logic Verde DPE review
Reviews
13 Jan, 2016
Dave Mitchell

This massive backup storage array gives gives tape backup the shingles

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PC demand plummets in record-breaking 10% decline
News
13 Jan, 2016
Joe Curtis

IDC predicts uptick in 2016, while Gartner foresees further woes

Europol arrests suspect in Bitcoin extortion ring bust
News
13 Jan, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Suspected cybercriminals 'threatened businesses with DDoS attacks in exchange for ransoms'

Theresa May refuses to say if UK spies access medical data
Houses of Parliament
News
13 Jan, 2016
Joe Curtis Clare Hopping Aaron Lee

Home Secretary says sweeping up large amounts of data is not “mass surveillance”

eBay security flaw 'put users at risk of phishing attack'
eBay sign
News
12 Jan, 2016
Aaron Lee

“Fairly basic” vulnerability could be exploited to steal login details from millions, says security researcher

Sexual harassment in Silicon Valley: 60% of women experience 'unwanted advances'
News
12 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

Misogyny is rampant in Silicon Valley tech firms

Faithless fans can’t get no sleep after hacker data theft
News
12 Jan, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Cyberattack led to 18,000 email addresses and passwords being stolen

T-Mobile CEO apologises for foul-mouthed tirade against EFF
News
12 Jan, 2016
Adam Shepherd

John Legere called claims that the company throttled video streams via its Binge On feature "bullsh*t"

Apple denies plans for "Move to Android" app
News
12 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

Tech giant thwarts rumours it would bow to pressure from mobile operators

ICO: Data thieves must face tougher punishments than fines
News
12 Jan, 2016
Joe Curtis

Information Commissioner calls for threat of prison sentences after rental car employee sells customer data

NIIT Technologies wins £23m IT services deal with Ofcom
business deal
News
12 Jan, 2016
Aaron Lee

Outsourcer will provide regulator with service desk and datacentre services for four years

Spymel latest malware to use digital certificate
News
12 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

The trojan's ceritificate was issued by DigiCert, but has now been revoked

Almost two thirds of businesses still using IE 8, 9 and 10
News
12 Jan, 2016
Adam Shepherd Clare Hopping

This is despite the three older browsers coming to the end of their life today

OnePlus X review
Reviews
11 Jan, 2016
Andrew Williams

A low-cost phone with the build of a much more expensive one

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Star Wars' BB-8 turns to the dark side with rogue firmware update
News
11 Jan, 2016
Jane McCallion

Sphero's toy becomes the latest to suffer a major security vulnerability

Martha Lane Fox launches competition for women-led start-ups
News
11 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

Doteveryone's 5050tech Challenge will give female entrepreneurs VC access at Google Campus

Juniper Networks to ditch alleged NSA eavesdropping code
News
11 Jan, 2016
Jane McCallion

New security systems without the code will be shipped in first half of this year

Apple Music hits 10m subscribers
News
11 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece Jane McCallion Adam Shepherd Aaron Lee

Apple achieves milestone in just six months

WhatsApp users lured in by malware
News
11 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

Free messaging app service users are frequently targeted by malicious campaigns, according to research

BlackBerry to retire its OS after "losing community"
News
8 Jan, 2016
Adam Shepherd

The company will produce at least one Android handset in 2016

Google-Lenovo Project Tango will hit shelves 'this summer'
News
8 Jan, 2016
Jane McCallion

Budget phone with image-based mapping tech will use Qualcomm chips

Facebook: You don't need a phone number anymore
News
8 Jan, 2016
Caroline Preece

Social network wants to kill SMS texting

HPE Apollo 4510 review
Reviews
8 Jan, 2016
Dave Mitchell

HPE’s Apollo 4510 is on an object storage mission

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Motorola brand name to be retired, confirms Lenovo COO
News
8 Jan, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Motorola branding officially gets the 'Old Yeller' treatment

63% of consumers worried about how companies use their data
News
8 Jan, 2016
Clare Hopping

Only 43 per cent trust their banks to keep their data safe and confidential