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London will kick-off the nationwide rollout of the ultra-fast network, Boris Johnson is expected to announce this week
Google Glass goes on sale in the UK for developers at £1,000
Lenovo have revealed their own smart glass headset, a rival to Google Glass, with a few key differences
Google Glasses were banned from panels over this past weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con convention
The Association of Chief Police Officers has rubbished reports that officers will seize mobile phones in the wake of eve
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Qnap aims for the enterprise but SAS performance of its 12-bay NAS appliance doesn’t justify the high price.
Business secretary Vince Cable referred Deloitte to the accounting watchdog after taxpayers are left with £45m bill
The mobile version of Pirate Bay will include separate TV, music and movie sites
The lowdown on Meg Whitman's salary, net worth, education and career history
Round-the-clock internet activity has revolutionised the way students and teachers approach learning.
Amazon’s second quarter financial results have been revealed, with huge losses despite a slight rise in revenue
Users of blogging platform's newsletter plug-in told to upgrade extension ASAP
A new Firefox for Android beta has been released with brand new customisation and personalisation features for users
Ofcom nuisance calls research shows TPS sign-ups leads to users receiving a third fewer calls
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Although no market-sensitive data was compromised, the hackers stole personal information
The search engine said it has received 91,000 requests to remove links since the ruling was introduced in May
The lowdown on Steve Ballmer's salary, net worth, education and career history
Think W3 Ltd has been ordered to cough up after more than 1.5 million credit card details were stolen by hackers
A new smart shoe created by an Indian start-up could be the next big thing in wearable technology
Dropbox has moved to address business concerns about its data privacy practices, but has it done enough to win over IT p
Seven arrests have been made in the UK, US, Russia & Spain in wake of Stubhub cyber fraud case
Despite reports of its resurrection, the Surface Mini tablet was reportedly axed by Microsoft earlier in 2014
Ofcom report finds fewer people are using filters than previously hoped
The month-long project will see the remote island get higher-speed connections within six months
Claims made by forensic data scientist at hacking conference about iOS access flaws denied by Apple
Microsoft have promised universal apps for Windows Phone, PC and Xbox with the release of Windows 9
Apple plans to release iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite separately, despite increased integration between the two operating syste
Google's efforts to address the problems of zero-day vulnerabilities should be applauded, claims Davey Winder
Francis Maude has confirmed government departments will adopt ODF, but Microsoft claims the benefits to UK citizens are
Italy has given Google 18 months to change its policies on data privacy
Digital Skills for Tomorrow’s World report exposes the true shortfall in digital skills
Featuring a gorgeous 4K display, Toshiba prioritises image quality over battery life
The lowdown on Tim Cook's salary, net worth, education and career history
EE in firing line over deluge of spam messages sent to customers
Vodafone is offering 100 rural communities the chance to bag 3G mobile coverage through new scheme
National Audit Office report reveals details of ditched £347 million immigration caseload IT system
Apple issues largest initial order of iPhones as it expects large screens to be popular
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