Crime scene

Government extends PIPCU work until 2017


The government has earmarked £3m for the project in an effort to fight online piracy

Nexus 6: Top 5 features


Turbo charging, big display and water resistance make up the key features

Deputy PM launches TechNorth to double number of tech jobs in region


Rival to East London Tech City opened by Nick Clegg

HP debuts Moonshot server with Xeon chip


Hardware giant expands portfolio to include Intel chips, and increases application support with XenApp

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Innovation at Work: HP can help transform your business


Looking for fresh ideas about how to transform your business with technology?

Amazon Fire Phone fails to set market alight


Amazon takes a $170 million hit after disappointing smartphone sales


Amazon Fire Phone review


A high-end Android smartphone or overpriced shopping basket?

Microsoft forced to issue quick fix for PowerPoint flaw


Vulnerability affects almost all versions of Windows

How marketing departments, rather than IT, are driving big data adoption

Analysis & Insight

Marketing departments could soon start overtaking IT in terms of interest and investment in big data, argue experts

Microsoft beats revenue expectations despite Nokia restructuring


Cloud revenues, along with strong Xbox and Surface sales lift software giant

Google snaps up two companies in artificial intelligence push


Spin-off firms from Oxford University bought by search giant

Click here for malware

Fake WHO email about Ebola spreads malware


Advice email from “World Health Organization” harbours its own virus

Car park

Department for Transport to trial driverless cars


Transport Minister Claire Perry will conduct a review into the 'weird' technology

Windows Phone 8

Curtain falls on Nokia's smartphones

Analysis & Insight

Microsoft is dropping the Nokia brand from its Windows smartphones. It is the end of an era

Neelie Kroes claims Europe missing out on digital opportunity


Parting shot from outgoing commissioner urges "a little less confrontation, a little more action"

Windows 10 Technical Preview bags first update


Microsoft offers around 7,000 fixes, changes and new features in Windows 10 Technical Preview update

Google Inbox app aims to help users make sense of email


Email app is currently available on an invite-only trial basis

Microsoft ditches Nokia branding on Lumia devices


The company has decided to drop the Nokia name, but will keep the Lumia branding

Apple iCloud at risk of organised network attacks


The company confirmed iCloud could be used for government snooping

Wearables tipped to reinvent retail sector


Teradata CMO says Big Data will also bring profound changes to the healthcare sector


Broadberry CyberServe XE5-R1208 review


Broadberry Data Systems delivers the latest E5-2600 v3 Xeons in an affordable all-Intel 1U rack package

Skills gap

Teradata CTO recognises data science skills gap


Speaking at the Teradata Partners Conference and Expo in Nashville, Stephen Brobst comments on the skills gap in data sc


Tennis coaches to use on-court data insights from SAP


Mobiles running real time analytics to help tennis players such as Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova

Ford car seat technology detects if drivers have heart attacks


Motoring firm working on seat that can tell if someone is suffering a cardiac arrest while behind the wheel


UK Government research shows 1/2 of Britons are cybercrime victims


Despite this, only a third actually report offences to the authorities, government research finds

BT Openreach to recruit 500 staff to boost broadband rollout


The company will focus its attention on customer service delivery, fibre broadband and high-speed links for businesses

EE claims to have the biggest 4G customer base in Europe


An extra 1.4 million customers join mobile operator’s next gen network this quarter, but revenues flatline

Lenovo to acquire BlackBerry, sources claim


Although mostly rumours at the moment, the PC manufacturer may be about to make its BlackBerry acquisition official

Password and username box

Dropbox didn't drop the ball, users did

Analysis & Insight

Davey Winder lets rip over the tendency to blame vendors, rather than users, for some data breaches

iOS 8.1 available to download now: What's new?


iOS 8.1 is finally available to download for free.

OS X Yosemite: Top 10 features


Yosemite brings Continuity, encourages disk-level encryption & improves HTML5 compatibility

Big data

EMC: Half of UK firms lack big data analytics experience


EMC survey suggests lack of understanding about customer data could hold companies back

Teradata: Efficient big data adoption is major enterprise concern


Teradata CAO Bill Franks speaks on key big data trends and privacy issues

The UK Cloud Awards 2015: Nominations now open


The second UK Cloud Awards will take place in March 2015, with end users, vendors and individuals encouraged to submit t

Bogus iCloud log-in page fools Chinese Apple users


Probably not looking for nude celebs this time

Patch Tuesday

Microsoft finds flaw in Windows 7 Patch Tuesday fix


Software giant pulls the update after it displayed 'unexpected behaviour'


House buyers hit by Bank of England deposit payment system crash


The infrastructure that processes large payments between British banks went offline yesterday, much to the dismay of hou

Teradata pushes integrated data analytics with Connection Analytics & QueryGrid


Speaking at this week’s Nashville conference, Teradata has highlighted the need for integrated data analytics

iPhone 6/6 Plus: Top 20 tips for iOS 8


Charge your iPhone 6 faster, make it more secure & get a better keyboard

Teradata revamps Integrated Marketing Cloud for greater data insights


Teradata uses Nashville conference to talk up enhancements to its Integrated Marketing Cloud