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National Lottery enables Barclays Pingit payments
News
10 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

Fans of the Lotto service can now pay for their tickets via the secure payment platform

Customer experience key for business growth
Customers ahead sign
News
10 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

Businesses must embrace digital transformation to ensure the experiences they are providing are relevant to customers, Gartner advises

HP settles shareholder Autonomy lawsuit for $100m
News
9 Jun, 2015
Joe Curtis

Tech giant will pay the sum to aggrieved shareholders, but denies claims it misrepresented Autonomy’s value

iPhone 6/6 Plus tips: 28 top hints for iOS 8
Tutorials
9 Jun, 2015
Khidr Suleman Adam Shepherd Rene Millman

Want to know all the iPhone 6 secrets? Look no further...

HyperCat Summit 2015: The IoT world must empower society to succeed
News
9 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece

ARM’s Stephen Pattison spoke about the future of IoT at the recent 2015 HyperCat Summit

iPad Air 3: release date, rumours, specs & pricing
Rumours
9 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece Rene Millman

What to know about the forthcoming iPad Air 3? We look at the rumours and speculation

Top 10 Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 apps for 2015
Best
9 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece Rene Millman

Our collection of the best and most popular Windows 8.1and Windows 10 apps to download in 2015

OS X 10.11 El Capitan release date and features: Is it worth upgrading?
News
9 Jun, 2015
Alan Lu Maggie Holland

New Mac operating system delivers performance boost and enhanced user experience, tech giant claims

iOS 9 release date and features: What new and cool things is Apple bringing to the table?
News
9 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece Maggie Holland

iOS 9 will feature an improved Siri, News app, split-screen for iPad and more

Watchdog: BT-EE merger a "real risk" to competition
BT
News
9 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece Joe Curtis

CMA agrees to fast-track its antitrust investigation into quad-play deal

4G: Everything you need to know
In-depth
9 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece Rene Millman

With 4G being rapidly rolled out across the UK, we take a look at the potential benefits and problems that come with it

Apple Pay UK launch confirmed for next month
News
9 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece Maggie Holland

Apple has confirmed that Apple Pay will be supported by 250,000 locations in the UK from July

Skype Translator Preview targets desktop app roll-out
In-depth
9 Jun, 2015
Khidr Suleman Clare Hopping

Skype Translator Preview testbed to widen further after Windows 8.1 and Windows 1 expansion

Surface Pro 4 release date, specs & pricing
Surface Pro
Rumours
9 Jun, 2015
Rene Millman

Want to find out more about Microsoft’s forthcoming Surface Pro 4? We give you the low down

British Library launches Digital Magna Carta
Library
News
9 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

The British Library invited young people to share their priorities in today's digital world

Cebr says government needs to step up cyber security
security key on keyboard
News
9 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

Research by Veracode and Cebr has revealed 60 per cent of CTOs don't think the government is contributing enough

WWDC 2015 live: OS X El Capitan, iOS 9, watchOS 2 and more
News
9 Jun, 2015
Jane McCallion Maggie Holland

A UK Apple Pay launch date, OS X 10.11 El Capitan, iOS 9 and watchOS 2 all confirmed

Apple launches Apple Music at WWDC 2015
News
8 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece Jane McCallion

Apple's plans for $3 billion acquisition finally take shape

What is Microsoft Edge? Everything you need to know
News
8 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece Rene Millman

Microsoft Edge is replacing Internet Explorer. What’s in store when Windows 10 launches

DVLA scraps counterpart licence - is this the end of paper?
News
8 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping Jane McCallion

The DVLA's free Access to Driver Data service means you can check employees' licence status online

Will Apple Pay and Android Pay kill cash and credit cards?
Contactless payments at the Olympics
In-depth
5 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece

As Apple Pay and Android Pay start to gain popularity amongst consumers, how will it change the way we pay?

US government hit by huge breach, Chinese hackers suspected
News
5 Jun, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Millions of federal employees have had their data stolen in what officials are calling one of the biggest hacks in government history

View from the airport: what next for HP?
Opinion
5 Jun, 2015
Jane McCallion

Jane McCallion reflects on the messages from this year’s HP Discover conference and considers what the future holds for HP

Dell Chromebook 11 (2015) review
Reviews
5 Jun, 2015
Alan Lu

A cheap and cheerful Chromebook with only one serious flaw

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Police warns companies not to pay cyber ransoms
News
5 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

With ransomware cases escalating, police are advising companies not to comply with hacker requests

Windows 10-based mains plug works as mini computer
News
5 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

The Quanta Compute Plug features an HDMI port and two USB connectors to turn it into a full system

The best tech on show at Skolkovo Startup Village 2015
Analysis
5 Jun, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Meet the startups hoping to energize the Russian tech sector

TechHub Demo Night: June’s most interesting start-ups
News
4 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece

We attended TechHub’s Demo Night, and here are three of the best start-ups from the event

easyJet trials drone safety checks, VR training and 3D printing
News
4 Jun, 2015
Nicole Kobie

Budget airline easyJet will use drones to check aircraft after lightning strikes

Dropbox for Business adds Active Directory, admin tools
News
4 Jun, 2015
Nicole Kobie

New features for Dropbox for Business include Active Directory connector, plus security and admin updates

Quarter of Tweets aren't accurate
News
4 Jun, 2015
Nicole Kobie

Researchers find that 25% of posts on Twitter contain false information

MPs challenge snooping laws in High Court
Court
News
4 Jun, 2015
Nicole Kobie

David Davis and Tom Watson's complaint against DRIPA to be heard by High Court today

Touchjet Pond review
Reviews
4 Jun, 2015
Mike Passingham

This Android-powered projector wants to replace your interactive whiteboard

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McAfee: "fearful" government will make security weaker
News
4 Jun, 2015
Rene Millman

Backdoors will create weak links that allow hackers access to systems, John McAfee said

Apple recalls overheating Beats Pill XL speakers
News
4 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

The company said there have been reports of the peripherals overheating, potentially causing a fire

Touch sensitive spacebars on the horizon
News
4 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

Synaptics is working on technology that lets your spacebar act like a trackpad

Infosec 2015: Has GCHQ lost the cyber security plot?
Cyber spy
Analysis
4 Jun, 2015
Davey Winder

It's more about what GCHQ doesn't say about the Snooper's charter than what it does, according to Davy Winder

Windows 10 cross-platform strategy could increase mobile malware, cautions HP
News
4 Jun, 2015
Jane McCallion

Develop once, deploy everywhere will not just apply to legitimate software

Should tech firms leave the UK over encryption laws?
Digital Britain
Analysis
3 Jun, 2015
Nicole Kobie

Another British firm has threatened to leave over new tech laws. Should others do the same, wonders Nicole Kobie

Infosec 2015: White-hat hackers need to learn computing basics
News
3 Jun, 2015
Rene Millman

Better knowledge of hardware and software would make for better pen testers, says James Lyne of Sophos