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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.
European PC market continues to falter, with the UK's performance giving Gartner cause for concern.
Fujitsu UK’s Michael Keegan warns Dell could end up a zombie company, crippled by private debt.
Star Trek's Patrick Stewart rings the opening bell as Twitter makes first NYSE appearance.
Snowden revelations have damaged operations, security heads claim.
Mobile operator has until end of the year to make up coverage shortfall.
Chipmaker talks up connected devices market opportunities at event in central London today.
The Nexus 5 smartphone packs a 4.95in full HD display, 4G connectivity and a £299 starting price.
Box CEO Aaron Levie hits out at suggestions of country-specific clouds
Concerns over security and risk stop projects progressing in nearly half of all firms, says NTT Security research.
Nokia driving sales of Microsoft's mobile OS.
Inventor of World Wide Web brands decision “appalling and foolish."
Power and cooling issues may be less of a concern for data centre managers, but is there a case for radical new technolo
Infamous drugs bazaar resurrected after FBI bust.
Mobile device management vendor unveils enterprise-friendly Android suite.
Software giant leaps into action after details about email-based attack on Vista and Office users emerge.
Most information requests are made to help solve crimes, Apple reveals.
Storage giant ups ante in ongoing legal tussle with arch-rival.
Chip giant creates new business division for connected gadgets.
Microsoft's CEO shortlist gets smaller, but Ford's Mulally and Nokia's Elop make the cut.
The latest MacBook Pro packs Intel's Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM and all-day battery life.
Privacy campaign group seeks assurances from telcos about the effort they made to safeguard customers' human rights
PC maker announces restructure that will see its global workforce shrink by seven per cent.
Research suggests proficiency in two or more programming languages boosts pay.
Mobile operator sets out plans to superfast mobile Wi-Fi services to the capital in 2014.
Jeff Bezo's wife posts review online claiming publication is innacurate.
Joint project with crystal growth company could point to new screen technology.
Ailing smartphone maker ditches plans to find a buyer, and is now seeking to raise $1 billion in new funding.
Organisation aims to unify specialist accreditation.
Mystery facility on the rocks as internet giant runs into city ordinances.
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