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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

Infosec 2015: Schneier warns we're in “cyber arms race”
News
3 Jun, 2015
Rene Millman

Security expert says we are all in “blast radius”

Smartwatch security advice from the People's Liberation Army
Analysis
3 Jun, 2015
Davey Winder

Davey Winder reveals an odd report warning that wearable devices are a risk to national security

Best Android email apps
News
3 Jun, 2015
Rene Millman

We’ve rounded up the top 10 Android email apps to help you decide which is the best one for you

MongoDB will encrypt your data to protect it from hackers
Encryption
News
3 Jun, 2015
Joe Curtis

Database firm announces string of new features to boost security and improve search function

It's not only the iPhone: text flaw crashes Skype, too
News
3 Jun, 2015
Nicole Kobie

Message crashes Skype when loaded, and the only way to get around it is to reinstall

Russia's Silicon Valley: How Skolkovo aims to shake up startups
Skolkovo Startup Village
Analysis
3 Jun, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Russia is building a 400-hectare government-funded center for startup development

Magic Leap on its way with SDK sign-ups
News
3 Jun, 2015
Nicole Kobie

Enigmatic augmented reality firm Magic Leap says its developer kit is almost ready

Tim Cook: Apple doesn't want your data
News
3 Jun, 2015
Nicole Kobie

The iPhone may cost more, but that's because Apple isn't selling your data - when others are, the CEO of Apple warned

Pure Storage announces revamped flash array
News
3 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

FlashArray//M and Pure1 will create a future-proofed storage solution, the company said

Vodafone extends low-cost roaming to 62 countries
News
3 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

The network's European rates remain at £3 per day, while other destinations cost £5 per day

Security is a Big Data problem: HP
News
3 Jun, 2015
Jane McCallion

Analytics could resolve threats before they become destructive, company claims

HP drives forward all-flash initiative with 25% price drop and new hardware
News
3 Jun, 2015
Jane McCallion

New 3PAR StorServ products and management systems break cover at HP Discover 2015

Functionality vs convenience: Should MongoDB create a managed cloud version of its database?
Migrate to cloud button on keyboard
News
3 Jun, 2015
Joe Curtis

Database firm says it won't swap functionality for easy deployment if it builds DBaaS

MongoDB makes it easy to use Tableau and Qlik on NoSQL data
News
2 Jun, 2015
Joe Curtis

Forthcoming MongoDB BI tool will hook straight into SQL data analytics products

Q&A: Kevin Borley, Bloor
In-depth
2 Jun, 2015
IT Pro

We speak to the research firm's senior partner and chief advisor about the valuable role collaboration plays in the enterprise...

Infosec 2015: Cloud location doesn’t deter hackers, says Google chief
News
2 Jun, 2015
Rene Millman

No respect for borders from the criminal fraternity according to Googler

Infosec 2015: More UK businesses than ever face data breaches as costs spiral
News
2 Jun, 2015
Rene Millman

UK government report finds that nine-in-ten firms has information security incident

Digital Catapult partners with data companies to support data innovation
News
2 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece

Four Digital Catapult parterships will support new data projects

Police made 700,000 data requests over three-year period
Police
News
2 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

A report by Big Brother Watch revealed the UK's police forces were denied only 4 per cent of requests

Intel confirms Altera purchase: What happens next?
Analysis
2 Jun, 2015
Rene Millman Clare Hopping

The acquisition will enable Intel to integrate Altera's FPGA products to meet customers' IoT and data centre needs

SAP: Why the Apple Watch is just a piece of the devices puzzle
Apple Watch release date, price & features
In-depth
1 Jun, 2015
Joe Curtis

Q&A with SAP's UK&I chief technology adviser, Mark Darbyshire, on S/4 HANA working with Apple's latest wearable

MongoDB hails revitalised database as “new default”
News
1 Jun, 2015
Joe Curtis

Database giant outstrips Cassandra and Couchbase performance by as much as 13 times, finds study

Tim Berners-Lee slams government's snooping plans
Snooping
News
1 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

The web leader also said we should object to Facebook.org's 'branded internet'

Is the Dark Web safe? How Ross Ulbricht's life sentence could harm online law enforcement
News
1 Jun, 2015
Caroline Donnelly Joe Curtis Clare Hopping

Life sentencing of Silk Road mastermind will fragment Dark Web criminals' activity, warns report

People aren't taking IoT security seriously, claim experts
Security
Analysis
31 May, 2015
Adam Shepherd

IoT companies have attitude of "ship first, make it secure later", vendors state

What Big Data means for the Internet of Things
Analysis
31 May, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Experts claim that “data is a new product”