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


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

Why Apple fanboys are in security denial

Analysis & Insight

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


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

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


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


Nexus 9 review: Android Lollipop deserves better hardware


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


HMRC saves £354,000 with paperless forms


iForms project will have saved 36 tonnes of paper by March

Nokia unveils 7.9-inch N1 Android tablet


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


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


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


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


TalkTalk dumps Vodafone for O2 as 4G rollout gathers pace


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

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Deutsche Bank creating digital innovation labs


IBM and Microsoft helping bank compete in mobile payments


Anonymous targets Ku Klux Klan Twitter account


Hacking collective brand white supremacists "terrorists"

Intel preps to merge PC & Mobile divisions


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

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Which? calls for broadband transparency


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

Government tackles terrorism with reporting button


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


Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro review


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


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"


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


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


Software giant overtakes oil firm Exxon to take number two spot


Russia-approved Wikipedia alternative on its way


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


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


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

Windows Phone & Windows 8 app numbers hit half a million


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


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

4G speeds double of 3G, says Ofcom


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


Twitter debt rating starts share slide


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

EE introduces 4G dongle for cars


Buzzard 2 dongle costs £80 & connects to cigarette lighters

US citizens targeted by DOJ spy planes


'Dirtbox' scans data from tens of thousands of devices

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

Analysis & Insight

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


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

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Mastercard scraps passwords in online security drive


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


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


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


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


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

Analysis & Insight

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


Next six months critical, says KPMG, but momentum slows

Android Lollipop: Release date & specs


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