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Google buys music curation service Songza for $39m

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Android and iOS app has 5.5 million users

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BBC confirms appointment of new CTO

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Matthew Postgate takes over as CTO, one year on from his predecessor's sacking

Galaxy S5 Mini launched as lower-specced smartphone by Samsung

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The Korean manufacturer has shrunk its flagship down and made some substantial downgrades

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NSA authorised to intercept data in all but four countries

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The US only has anti-spying agreements with Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand

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Virgin Media Business shines light on future of technology in UK economy

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A collection of business leaders gathered today to discuss the future of technology in developing the UK economy

Government invests £150m to kickstart UK robotics industry

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Government's "Great Challenge" hopes to make UK a world-beater in the robotics market by 2025

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Facebook's mood-changing news feed tests prompt apology from researchers

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Facebook managed to change 700,000 users' moods just by tweaking timelines on the social network, much to the chagr

Windows 9 could remove desktop mode from mobile devices

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Windows 9 could mark the end of the desktop on phones and tablets

BT lifts lid on UK-wide scale of DDoS attacks

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Attackers are employing effective techniques to bring down companies for days at a time

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Apple iMac 21.5in review (mid-2014)

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At £899, this is the cheapest iMac available. We find out if Apple has comprised on quality

Amazon steps up benefits for UK Fire OS app developers

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Amazon wants to get more developers making apps for its Fire OS smartphone

Google Glass banned from UK cinemas

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The potential use of Google Glass headsets by movie pirates has got it banned from UK cinemas

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Mobile data fees cut in half for holidaymakers

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The EU has ruled roaming charges must be reduced by more than 50 per cent from today

Privacy-focused Blackphone smartphone starts shipping

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The Blackphone promises enhanced privacy and security for business users with a specially developed OS

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Worldwide IT spending to slow in 2014

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Global spending on IT is set to be lower than predicted, according to Gartner

Top ten best British tech inventions

Analysis & Insight

From the computer to the World Wide Web, the iPod to the typewriter, a lot of modern technology started out in the UK

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Government writes-off £56m ERP project

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Ministry of Justice makes a U-turn on multi-million pound IT contracts

Flexible working: Everything you need to know

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We take a look at the new flexible working legislation, and highlight the technology needed to make it possible for your

World Cup 2014 in numbers: Most popular goals and players

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World Cup gets social with Facebook, Twitter and Google usage exploding

BT

BT apologises for UK-wide weekend broadband outage

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The broadband supplier posted the apology on Twitter

British Airways draws on passenger brainwaves to tailor in-flight offerings

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Airline's "Happiness Blanket" experiment monitors passenger moods to shape future of in-flight entertainm

BA "Happiness Blanket": Does it actually work?

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We see whether a blanket really is capable of measuring your mood

Android L: Top 10 features

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Android to get revamped interface, pop-up notifications and battery life improvements

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German government cans Verizon deal amid US spying

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Berlin cancels contract with telco in wake of Snowdon revelations

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EE and TalkTalk top Ofcom's list of most complained about telcos

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Sky and Virgin Media generate least number of complaints

Google’s Project Tango coming to tablets in 2015

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Google announces spatial mapping tech will ship in 2015 with purpose-built LG tablet

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Nanotechnology: peeking into the future of computing and business

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From energy storage, to durable devices, to a silicon chip alternative, nanotechnology could hold the key to technologic

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Android malware worms its way into devices via texts

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Selfmite malware acts more like worm than trojan

Security issues haunt IBM and Lenovo server deal

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IBM's plans to move its x86 server business to China's Lenovo are 'in limbo'

BT Openreach will face fines if they don't meet targets

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The company must install and repair phone and broadband lines quicker

ICO sounds alarm over wearable tech privacy issues

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Data protection body warns wearable tech users and device makers to be wary of falling foul of privacy regulations

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Faulty USB charger blamed for electrocution of Australian woman

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28-year-old Sheryl Anne Aldeguer was apparently electrocuted while using non-compliant USB charger

M2M Internet of Things innovation pushed by UK Technology Strategy Board

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HyperCat, a new Internet of Things specification from the UK's Technology Strategy Board, could help drive innovati

Consumer devices: The sting in the tail

Analysis & Insight

Are the advantages of BYOD outweighed by the risks?

Intel unveils UK Internet of Things Ignition Lab

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Chipmaker wants to help customers test and bring their IoT products to market

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Dell beefs up Dropbox for business integration

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Encrypt, share and remote wiping capabilities revealed

Facebook@Work reports hint at move into enterprise social

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Facebook@Work report suggests move into enterprise social market for the online giant

Google Fit health platform to monitor Android users

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The search giant has announced a new health platform for Android named Google Fit

BYOD is about the people, not the technology

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Experts gathered to debate the merits of BYOD and agreed that users must be at the heart of any such strategy

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Google brings Android OS to your car with Android Auto

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The in-car Android system is better optimised for voice and brings contextually aware controls into your vehicle

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