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Microsoft Bing will encrypt by default
Bing UK
News
17 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

Microsoft will also no longer pass on customer search queries to marketers

SAP HANA SP10 release embraces remote locations
SAP
News
17 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

The update will integrate big data and the IoT into business infrastructure

Whitehall data scientists 'lack adequate Big Data tools'
News
16 Jun, 2015
Joe Curtis

Gov is exploring Big Data projects, but is suffering from dearth of skills and tools, says its head of analytics

How to back up a Windows machine
Tutorials
16 Jun, 2015
Adam Shepherd

We take you step-by-step through how to back up your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 machine

Project Morpheus release date, price, specs and games
Rumours
16 Jun, 2015
Adam Shepherd

When is Sony's PS4 virtual reality device coming out?

Collaboration: The expert view
News
16 Jun, 2015
IT Pro

Collaboration has changed the way we live and work. Futurologist Peter Cochrane shares his thoughts on the subject

Privacy groups attack latest EU data protection proposals
European Commission
News
16 Jun, 2015
Joe Curtis

The current proposed set of laws are far weaker than previous versions, warn campaigners

LastPass hacked - what you should do
News
16 Jun, 2015
Jane McCallion

LastPass hackers make off with password management data

NHS admits 33 faults in e-Referral service
health
News
16 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

Although most problems have workarounds, the faults mean GPs were unable to refer patients

Dropper RealShell shows malware devs are getting smarter
News
16 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

The Android Trojan dropper can avoid existing defences to install malicious files on Android devices

It's official - London is Europe's tech capital
London
News
15 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece

London Tech Week: UK capital is more popular with start-ups than Paris and Madrid

Gaining consumer trust 'is crucial to IoT innovation'
Trust
News
15 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece

Businesses and consumers alike are learning to trust in IoT, says Digital Catapult

Snapchat introduces two-factor auth, but users 'won't care'
News
15 Jun, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Picture messaging app only offers improved security as an opt-in measure

Gmail vs Outlook.com: Which one is better?
Vs
15 Jun, 2015
Rene Millman

Which is the best for business and productivity? We put the two biggest email services head-to-head to find out...

Why entrepreneurs are leaving large firms to create start-ups
News
15 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece

Elizabeth Varley, founder of TechHub, says that tech innovation is coming primarily from start-ups

White House issues clear direction to prevent future hacks
White House
News
15 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

Following last week's data breach, federal agencies have been ordered to take action

UK intelligence agents relocated due to data leaks
News
15 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

Russia and China have 'deciphered documents' stolen by Edward Snowden that reveal information about the agents

Transport Systems Catapult launches data sources catalogue
Virgin Pendolino Train
News
15 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece

Intelligent Mobility Data Index could push forward smart transport innovation in the UK

Enterprise post-breach mantra must be 'how' not 'who'
Analysis
14 Jun, 2015
Davey Winder

Hack me once, shame on you! Hack me twice, shame on me!

What is Duqu 2.0?
News
12 Jun, 2015
Jane McCallion

Find out everything you need to know about about the worm that ifiltrated Kaspersky Lab

Care.data scheme due to restart despite ongoing privacy concerns
News
12 Jun, 2015
Joe Curtis

Pilots pencil summer launch dates in diary, but HSCIC says it lacks resources to process lots of opt-outs

Why a vulnerable Mac is not necessarily an insecure one
MacBook Retina 12in review
Analysis
12 Jun, 2015
Davey Winder

Just because an attack on OS X is possible, doesn't mean it will happen

Twitter CEO Dick Costolo resigns
News
12 Jun, 2015
Jane McCallion

Co-founder of social media site steps down amid worries over business growth

Fake masts being used to track your phone data
News
12 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

IMSI trackers used by the police can collect personal data without permission

TechHub expands with new London location
London
News
11 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece

TechHub is adding another location in the capital, with TechHub London opening in Ropemaker Street

What is Project Ara: When will it be released?
Rumours
11 Jun, 2015
Rene Millman

Google’s modular smartphone should debut sometime this year, but when is it coming and what will it be like?

Watchdog says “intolerable” terror laws must be scrapped
surveillance
News
11 Jun, 2015
Joe Curtis

Adds that stronger reasons required to introduce Snoopers' Charter

HP Pro Slate 8 review
Reviews
11 Jun, 2015
Alan Lu

HP’s business Android tablet is no Galaxy Note knock-off

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Number of women in tech falls 7% in 10 years
Woman using iPad
News
11 Jun, 2015
Caroline Preece

Government data shows significant decline in women working in the digital sector

Botnets live long and prosper, despite cyber security efforts
botnet
News
11 Jun, 2015
Jane McCallion

Increased cyber-vigilance failing to reduce operating life of botnet servers

Surface Hub will be ready for pre-order from 1 July
News
11 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

The big-screen device will ship in September and cost from £4,500

Facebook gives up on Internet.org satellite delivery
Satellite
News
11 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

A source revealed launching its own satellite would cost Facebook up to $1bn

Kaspersky: Duqu 2 attack marks next step to age of "cyber terrorism"
News
10 Jun, 2015
Jane McCallion

Security firm warns of state-sponsored-style cyber attacks after discovering bug in own systems

British businesses 'will still have to abide by EU laws following Brexit'
Europe
News
10 Jun, 2015
Jane McCallion

"Yes" vote in EU referendum won't remove UK from data protection regulations, warns lawyer

Why cyber security will cost 40% more in 10 years’ time
News
10 Jun, 2015
Joe Curtis

Security tools aren’t matching hackers’ skills, warn RAND and Juniper Networks

Best antivirus software 2015
Reviews
10 Jun, 2015
Rene Millman

Which anti-virus products offer most protection?

Apple Music faces antitrust investigation
News
10 Jun, 2015
Adam Shepherd

US attorney generals investigate tech giant's streaming service for potentially preferential deals

Vodafone re-enters broadband market with cut-price fibre
fibre optic cable
News
10 Jun, 2015
Rene Millman

Connect fibre service sports free router and companion app, but expert questions availability

MoD tasks HP with £8.5m project to improve intelligence system
News
10 Jun, 2015
Joe Curtis

HP will work to help department react faster to conflicts with geospatial data system

National Lottery enables Barclays Pingit payments
News
10 Jun, 2015
Clare Hopping

Fans of the Lotto service can now pay for their tickets via the secure payment platform