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Facebook@Work report suggests move into enterprise social market for the online giant
The search giant has announced a new health platform for Android named Google Fit
Experts gathered to debate the merits of BYOD and agreed that users must be at the heart of any such strategy
The in-car Android system is better optimised for voice and brings contextually aware controls into your vehicle
One of the first devices powered by Android Wear is already up for pre-order from Google Play
Every Android OEM will now be able to provide secure Android devices
Unlimited storage available for $10/user/month
Amazon’s fleet of delivery drones could be grounded if the FAA gets its way
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Organised crime gangs could be behind latest online bank heist
Only one in 17 police forces tested by the ICO have been found to adequately handle people’s data
Cheaper data, texts and calls from next month
The follow-up will push the limits beyond what can be accomplished through the existing online virtual world
The chip will use a mini-internet network to communicate between cores
Microsoft continues to use Android as a 'gateway' for its services
Advanced auto-tiering storage coming in August
Flash storage player claims new technology will make it easier for enterprises to adopt all-Flash datacentres
EU companies are ignoring more than four out of ten data requests from their customers, it is claimed
Sources claim Apple is preparing to roll out a 4.7in and 5.5in iPhone later this year
Like international roaming, networks will allow consumers to switch between operators
Surface Pro 3 owners will not be able to fix their tablet at home, but will have to return it to the manufacturer to rep
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iOS 8 is to drop Yahoo for its weather app in favour of The Weather Channel
Professional graphics card designed to increase productivity for those using CAD and video editing apps
Nexus 9 rumours have surfaced, with possible specs, features, pricing and design of the HTC device leaked online
Google's "Made With Code" initiative aims to interest young women in computer science to bridge the gende
Initial fears about the havoc Heartbleed could cause have started to die down, but users still need to patch their syste
Europol, City of London Police and US law enforcers lead charge against websites selling counterfeit goods.
The trousers use inductive charging technology so you can charge your phone by slipping it in your pocket
The Google-owned smart home company will also use Dropcam's tech to develop its own products
Google is expected to release details of the new Android mobile OS update on June 25
Vince Cable attacks conservative IT policy for slow emails and standstill systems
EE is investing £275 million in a project that will allow customers to make phone calls through Wi-Fi or 4G
Arrival of a kill switch in Windows Phone and Android devices will beef up protection for users
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