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Agency said to be using unnamed telecoms providers to glean data.
SSDs remain more expensive than spinning disks.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee unveils a report into open data which suggests the UK's policy performing best.
USwitch reveals Britain’s average broadband speed is 14.5Mbps – 10Mbps less than the Government’s definition of superfas
IDC: Android drives market growth as iOS stalls and Windows tablets struggle to win over consumers.
WD’s Sentinel DS6100 and Windows Server 2012 R2 Essentials offer an interesting network storage proposition to SMBs.
Beneficial ownership register to help HMRC to track down tax dodgers.
Intel XMM 7160 modem supports 15 global high-speed internet bands.
Time-delayed attacks are proving problematic, claims Lastline CEO.
Chip giant downplays the move, claiming it's part of pre-existing agreement.
Samsung’s new SDKs allow developers to tap into the company’s S Features, plus add extra security in the enterprise with
East Lincolnshire Council receives £80,000 fine for losing sensitive information about hundreds of children with special
The recent breach was more extensive than previously disclosed, Adobe confirms.
Cabinet Office reveals details of latest procurement framework iteration.
Our guest editor is happy about the idea of custom-built devices.
Modular design will allow users to upgrade parts such as display or camera.
Strong Prism defender changes sides after Merkel revelations.
iPad mini 2 could be in short supply and all future Mac updates will be free, claims CEO Tim Cook.
4G now active in 131 towns and cities across the UK.
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BT is supporting the government’s apprenticeship goals, providing 560 IT apprenticeships as part of a new initiative.
IHS figures suggest smartphone and tablet revenues will dwarf the entire consumer electronics market in 2013.
Advisory firm alleges conflict of interest.
Poor iPhone 5C sales drive down performance.
Thinking about passwords not enough, claims Axway.
Hortonworks Data Platform available on UK and US data centres.
Apple's yearly software upgrade boosts battery life and security. Best of all it's free.
A driverless car trial is set to begin in Milton Keynes in 2015, with a smartphone app controlling the cars.
Ofcom’s latest broadband report shows there has been an increase in the availability of superfast broadband in rural are
Software said to be a step towards artificial intelligence.
Manufacturer stands toe-to-toe with Samsung in battle of Korean giants.
Firefox tool to show users who is tracking them when they visit different websites.
Micro-blogging king going for modest IPO.
Capture of exploit kit mastermind causes mass migration to Magnitude, says Dell SecureWorks.
Site powering popular programming language has two servers compromised.
Grisly details of HP's massive restructuring emerge.
Edward Snowden leak shows broad US snooping on EU partners.
Shares soar on back of unexpectedly good results.
Memory chip business continues to bolster Korean giant's business.
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