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Wearable tech shipments set for 2015 dip in wake of smartwatch boom

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Gartner predicts slight downturn in fitness tracker shipments, as smartwatches steal their thunder

Why Apple fanboys are in security denial

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Davey Winder tells Apple users why they're wrong to assume their operating systems are "more secure" than

Email replacement? IBM readying business email substitute with Verse

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New Verse platform will unify email, social, analytics and security into one solution, claims IBM

Nexus 6 & Nexus 9: Release date, specs & pricing

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Google has announced a new 6-inch Nexus 6 smartphone and 8.9-inch Nexus 9 tablet, alongside Android 5.0 Lollipop

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Nexus 9 review: Android Lollipop deserves better hardware

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The Nexus 9 isn't quite able to match the quality of its predecessors

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HMRC saves £354,000 with paperless forms

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iForms project will have saved 36 tonnes of paper by March

Nokia unveils 7.9-inch N1 Android tablet

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Nokia has announced its 7.9-inch Android tablet, the N1, following claims that the device was dead

Ryanair is trialing the use of in-flight mobiles

Lufthansa signs £800m IBM outsourcing deal

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Tech giant will provide all of Lufthansa's IT infrastructure.

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Tesco to offer free BT Wi-Fi in more than 800 UK stores

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Tesco has partnered with BT to offer fast Wi-Fi for some of its stores in the UK & Republic of Ireland

Scientists use Cisco Netflow to identify Tor users

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Research technique allows Tor users to be identified with 80 per cent accuracy

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TalkTalk dumps Vodafone for O2 as 4G rollout gathers pace

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Company teams up with Telefonica-backed operator to launch 4G services

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Deutsche Bank creating digital innovation labs

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IBM and Microsoft helping bank compete in mobile payments

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Anonymous targets Ku Klux Klan Twitter account

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Hacking collective brand white supremacists "terrorists"

Intel preps to merge PC & Mobile divisions

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'Client Computing Group' will be headed up by SVP Kirk Skaugen

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Which? calls for broadband transparency

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The consumer group said the way broadband speeds are advertised is unfair

Government tackles terrorism with reporting button

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The government is pressuring ISPs to filter searches and adding a reporting button

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Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro review

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Using Intel's 2014 Broadwell chip, the Yoga 3 Pro is one of the slimmest and lightest laptops around

Google Glass release date delayed until 2015

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The Google Glass consumer release date may have been pushed back to 2015 amidst negative reactions

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UK government ordered to give more support to tech "scale-ups"

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Scale-Up Report: Helping UK firms scale could add £225bn to economy by 2034

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UK companies open to hiring hackers for cyber attack prevention

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Research from KPMG suggests companies are willing to take drastic action to prevent cyber attacks

Microsoft gains on Apple to become second most valuable company

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Software giant overtakes oil firm Exxon to take number two spot

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Russia-approved Wikipedia alternative on its way

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Wikipedia is apparently less “reliable” and “detailed” than Russia would like, and so it’s doing it over again

Hackers hit US State Department email system

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The US State Department was forced to shut down its unclassified email system after being hit by hackers

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Facebook to bring free internet access to Africa with Avanti

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Social networking giant's "free internet for everyone" to expand to Africa, claim reports

Windows Phone & Windows 8 app numbers hit half a million

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Microsoft said it has 525,000 listed on the Windows and Windows Phone app stores

US government accused of using planes to gather mobile phone data

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The Cessna aircraft use 'dirtbox' devices forcing mobile phones to emit information

4G speeds double of 3G, says Ofcom

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Ofcom finds 4G speeds in the UK are twice as fast as 3G, with each network ranked individually

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Twitter debt rating starts share slide

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Twitter's debt has been dubbed “junk” by ratings agency Standard & Poor's, causing shared to drop

EE introduces 4G dongle for cars

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Buzzard 2 dongle costs £80 & connects to cigarette lighters

US citizens targeted by DOJ spy planes

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'Dirtbox' scans data from tens of thousands of devices

Want to customise your iPhone keyboard? Try these iOS 8 options

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Apple’s iOS 8 is the first version of the OS that allows installation of third party keyboards, here’s a selection of th

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Government introduces data-driven health plan

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The Personalised Health and Care 2020 strategy will embrace technology in patient care

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Mastercard scraps passwords in online security drive

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Visa will also work with Mastercard to roll out an innovative way of securing online payments

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AWS: Enterprise datacentres closing down in face of cloud

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Cloud giant says enterprises are embracing cloud and coming round to the idea of shutting down their datacentres

Windows Server on ARM will flop like RT, says Intel

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ARM chips will add complexity and overhead in the server space, Intel engineer claims

AWS says Shadow IT has helped it win over enterprise cloud doubters

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Cloud giant says Shadow IT played an important role in bringing its offerings to the attention of enterprise CIOs &

iPhone 6 adoption from Android users less than expected

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The number of Android users switching to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus has been smaller than expected

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Forget 5G, it's Wi-Fi that continues to grow

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Faster 4G – and the promise of 5G – will help businesses on the move.

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UK tech sector expanding fast but problems lie on horizon

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Next six months critical, says KPMG, but momentum slows

Android Lollipop: Release date & specs

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

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