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FBI investigating Juniper's security breach
News
22 Dec, 2015
Rene Millman Clare Hopping

The investigatory department is worried foreign governments could use the flaw to hack into its systems

Nuance Dragon Professional Individual
Sponsored
21 Dec, 2015
Simon Williams

Nuance’s new take on speech recognition promises still further customisation and integration with Dragon Anywhere, in 2016

Hello Kitty users hit by security breach
News
21 Dec, 2015
Rene Millman

More than three million adults and children affected by personal data freely available online

NHS users treated to free Wi-Fi
News
21 Dec, 2015
Maggie Holland

Health secretary Jeremy Hunt has announced plans to provide free Wi-Fi across the NHS

Phantom Squad hacked for stealing credit for Xbox Live DDoS
Analysis
21 Dec, 2015
Adam Shepherd

The group has been claiming credit for hacks it didn't do - but indications suggest a real Christmas DDoS is on the way

BT thinks ICT will reduce UK's carbon emissions by 24%
News
21 Dec, 2015
Clare Hopping

The company has presented a strategy for the government about how to meet carbon emission reduction targets using ICT

ICO presents sexual health clinic with £250 data leak fine
News
21 Dec, 2015
Jane McCallion

The Bloomsbury Patient Network leaked the details of nearly 200 HIV patients on two occasions

Apple Watch review - 'we still put it on every morning and miss it if it’s not there'
Reviews
18 Dec, 2015
Ian Betteridge

It's not a waste of time, as our reviewer discovers as he puts the Apple Watch through its paces

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Samsung Galaxy S6 review
Reviews
18 Dec, 2015
Andrew Williams

Is Samsung's latest Android phone a worthy rival to the iPhone?

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HPE ProLiant DL20 Gen9 review
Reviews
18 Dec, 2015
Dave Mitchell

HPE’s little Skylake Xeon rack server packs in a generous feature set and good performance

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Messenger Transportation lets you hail an Uber from Facebook
News
18 Dec, 2015
Clare Hopping

The service will be expanding its partners in the coming months

Apple appoints Jeff Williams as COO
News
18 Dec, 2015
Clare Hopping

Phil Schiller’s responsibilities expand to include management of App Store across platforms

GCHQ releases open source analysis tools on Github
News
17 Dec, 2015
Adam Shepherd

UK spy agency promises further contributions to open source community

Spiceworks Network Monitor review
Reviews
17 Dec, 2015
Kat Orphanides Andrew Webb

Free network monitoring software, but there’s a catch

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EE accelerates exploding Power Bar recall
News
17 Dec, 2015
Clare Hopping Adam Shepherd

Customers urged to return all portable chargers, as they could be a "fire safety risk"

Facebook will allow people to use fake names for safety
News
17 Dec, 2015
Clare Hopping

The initiative means those who need to be protected in special circumstances don't have to use their real name

EU says it won't raise social media age to 16
News
17 Dec, 2015
Adam Shepherd Clare Hopping

Each of the organisation's member states will be able to set their own age limits for the social networks

Apple and IBM create more than 100 MobileFirst iOS apps
News
16 Dec, 2015
Caroline Preece

Apple and IBM's partnership has produced over 100 business apps for iOS

NATO builds up cyber alliance with Symantec tie-in
NATO
News
16 Dec, 2015
Rene Millman

Military industrial link up to fight cyber attacks

IT professionals concerned over storage obsolescence
News
16 Dec, 2015
Rene Millman

Almost half of firms not ready for future storage

Samsung will take Apple patent case to US Supreme Court
News
16 Dec, 2015
Clare Hopping Caroline Preece

Half of $1bn was awarded for patent infringement, but the case isn't over yet

Anonymous vs ISIS: Hackers claim ISIS twitter accounts linked to DWP IP addresses
News
16 Dec, 2015
Adam Shepherd Clare Hopping Rene Millman

Hacking group find link between unused UK government IP address and ISIS twitter accounts

Mobile banking tops list of security issues in 2015
security key on keyboard
News
16 Dec, 2015
Clare Hopping

Kaspersky said Trojans including Faketoken and Marcher were of great concern

Apple reportedly opens lab to work on improved iPhone displays
News
15 Dec, 2015
Rene Millman

Secret lab could point towards Cupertino embracing OLED technology

iPad Air 2 vs iPad Air: Reasons I'd buy the original
Vs
15 Dec, 2015
Khidr Suleman Adam Shepherd Rene Millman

Save over £100 with the iPad Air, whilst getting the same battery life and solid performance

European Space Agency hacked and details leaked
News
15 Dec, 2015
Clare Hopping

Criminals did nothing malicious with the 8,000 records, saying they just hacked it for a laugh

Mobile banking apps a risk for security
News
15 Dec, 2015
Clare Hopping

Alongside macro and fileless malware, mobile banking poses the biggest risk in 2016

Will AI surpass smartphones in five years?
News
14 Dec, 2015
Caroline Preece

Telecom company Ericsson claims that smartphones will be made obsolete within the next decade

Best Windows 10 apps
Best
14 Dec, 2015
Adam Shepherd Joe Curtis

We round up the best programs and apps to get you started on Microsoft's new OS

NHS cosies up with Tinder to increase organ donor numbers
News
14 Dec, 2015
Joe Curtis

Celebrities help advertise organ donor drive on dating app

Twitter will warn you of state-sponsored attacks
News
14 Dec, 2015
Jane McCallion

Social network follows in the footsteps of Facebook by alerting users targeted by governments

Ted Cruz entangled in Facebook data-grabbing scandal
Facebook Like sign
News
14 Dec, 2015
Jane McCallion

US Presidential hopeful enlisted help of UK psychologists to spy on voters through the social network, claims report

Google has been talking autonomous cars with government
News
14 Dec, 2015
Clare Hopping

The tech giant has been in discussions with the UK government for the past two years

Elon Musk co-founds OpenAI non-profit research firm
News
13 Dec, 2015
Caroline Preece Clare Hopping

The venture aims to ensure artificial intelligence will benefit humanity

EasyJet challenges claims it leaked customer data
Credit cards
News
12 Dec, 2015
Clare Hopping

Lawyers involved after Wandera cites airline as one of 16 companies hit by CardCrypt

Why Tim Cook's Chromebook jibe was about Apple, not Google
Opinion
11 Dec, 2015
Jane McCallion

Is Apple CEO really "out of touch" for calling cheap laptops "test machines"?

How to reduce the risk of festive fraud
Opinion
11 Dec, 2015
Davey Winder

Retailers are gearing up for Christmas, but so are cybercriminals…

Security firms reject FBI calls to ban encryption
News
11 Dec, 2015
Jane McCallion

Weakening online security will not foil terrorism, companies warn

EE to roll out £1bn 4G emergency services network
Police
News
11 Dec, 2015
Rene Millman

Mobile operator wins contract from Home Office to give services access to new gen network

New Safe Harbour proposals 'must include suspension clause'
EU to scrap roaming charges within two years
News
11 Dec, 2015
Clare Hopping

EU: We should instantly stop sharing data with US if privacy under threat