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Dell Venue 10 Pro 5000 Review: a 'jack-of-all-trades' business tablet
Reviews
21 May, 2015
Adam Shepherd

This firmly average tablet does everything well, but nothing exceptionally

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Clearing out LogJam bug 'could block 20,000 websites'
News
21 May, 2015
Jane McCallion

The critical security flaw takes advantage of shorter encryption keys, which old websites still rely on

Civil servants ‘doubt IT can spark digital change in government’
News
21 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

Eduserv finds IT and decision makers don’t work together enough

PayPal fined $25m for forcing PayPal Credit signups
News
21 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

Payments company lured consumers in with promotional rates, rules US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

Spotify adds video and podcasts to music streaming service
News
21 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

Firm signs up new content as it makes a major step towards personalised content

Report says BDUK worked, but warns on broadband competition
News
20 May, 2015
Nicole Kobie

Think tank report suggests BDUK project was "effective" at funding superfast broadband infrastructure rollout

Met plots XP escape plan in bid to upgrade to Windows 10
Police
In-depth
20 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

Meet the new Met: will new tech make it the world's most transparent police force?

Share links via sound with Chrome Tone
News
20 May, 2015
Nicole Kobie

Google's Chrome Tone extension lets you send a link to a friend via your speakers and microphone

IT security goes back to the future with macro malware
Analysis
20 May, 2015
Davey Winder

Davey Winder offers a reminder of a familiar vulnerability that appears to be making a comeback

Tech giants beg Obama to keep encryption strong
News
20 May, 2015
Nicole Kobie

Apple, Microsoft, Google among 140 tech firms and experts to argue against security back doors

Facebook’s Internet.org ‘builds ghetto for poor people’
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg
News
20 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

Digital rights groups accuse Mark Zuckerberg of abusing net neutrality and risking user privacy

Accusys ExaSAN A16S3-PS review
Reviews
20 May, 2015
Dave Mitchell

Is this furiously fast storage array the future for HD video editing?

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L'Oreal switches to 3D printed skin for testing
News
20 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

The cosmetics firm will work with Organovo to print the test skin in an ethical way

Ads pose one of the biggest security threats in 2015
security key on keyboard
News
20 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

Trend Micro's Q1 security roundup shows malware hidden in desktop and mobile ads is one of the biggest security threat this year

Gov 'must improve anti-Big IT rhetoric'
News
19 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

Policy Exchange says gov can't transform public sector technology with in-house developers

British workers' behaviour putting IT at risk
News
19 May, 2015
Jane McCallion

UK is among worst in Europe for breaking security rules

Google to add 'buy' button in search results
Online shopping security
News
19 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

Search giant could launch the feature within weeks, according to WSJ report

GCHQ now exempt from hacking laws
News
19 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

Privacy International claims UK government has pushed through legislation meaning GCHQ isn't subject to same rules

Google could be planning to expand Google Glass family
Rumours
18 May, 2015
Caroline Preece

One Google Glass wasn’t enough, with the company reportedly planning to develop an entire product range

Could virtual reality revolutionise your business?
In-depth
18 May, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Forget gaming - VR has plenty of use cases in the office, too

Uber sends hacking victim new password in plain text email
Black taxi cab sign
News
18 May, 2015
Caroline Preece

Hacked Uber user highlights taxi firm's security response issues

Plane "moved sideways" after hacker 'compromised navigation systems'
Airport
News
18 May, 2015
Jane McCallion

Alleged hacker used in-flight entertainment system to take control of plane, claims FBI

FireEye helps Microsoft fight hackers in its own backyard
Click here for malware
News
18 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

Security firm teams up with Redmond to detect malware on TechNet forum

Raspberry Pi slashes price after rival launches on Kickstarter
News
18 May, 2015
Clare Hopping Adam Shepherd

C.H.I.P. will teach you coding basics and let you play games

Google's autonomous cars soon to be tested on public roads
News
18 May, 2015
Caroline Preece Clare Hopping

The search giant's driverless cars could drastically reduce accidents, says project chief

Kremlin requests did not lead to Ukrainian Facebook deletions, claims Zuckerberg
News
18 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

Feacebook CEO said rule breaking, not Russian government requests, led to post and account deletion

TechUK: Gov has bold ambitions for technology sector
Opinion
15 May, 2015
Julian David

Trade body CEO welcomes Conservatives' track record on tech, but says there's uncertainty over Europe

Android for Work review
Reviews
15 May, 2015
Kat Orphanides

Android for Work introduces some brilliant mobile device management features but feels rough around the edges

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iPad Mini 4: Release date, rumours and specs
Rumours
15 May, 2015
Caroline Preece

The new iPad Mini 4 could launch in October 2015

Oracle adds analytics capabilities to Hadoop
News
15 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

Firm lets users analyse geospatial data, and do it inside Hadoop or NoSQL

Intel Broadwell release date - Broadwell to come to desktop PCs in June
Rumours
15 May, 2015
Khidr Suleman Joe Curtis Adam Shepherd Rene Millman

5th generation Core processors promise up to 90 minutes extra battery life

BT should open up dark fibre to rivals, says Ofcom
BT
News
15 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

Regulator wants rivals to have more freedom using BT’s data network

Reddit cracks down on site-wide bullying
News
15 May, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Social news site introduces harassment policy

2.4m homes connected to superfast broadband
News
15 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

BDUK says the gains have been made via an investment of £146 per home

Skills gap listed as major challenge in Hadoop takeup
Skills gap
News
15 May, 2015
Clare Hopping

Research by Gartner said only 26 per cent of respondents claim to be either deploying, piloting or experimenting with Hadoop

SMBs are adopting 4G too slowly, moans Vodafone
News
14 May, 2015
Caroline Preece

Mobile operator urges businesses to upgrade networks, as survey reveals 64% aren't on 4G

Three provides UK network to SIM-only operator
Making a VoIP call?
News
14 May, 2015
Adam Shepherd

Californian company FreedomPop provides entry-level bundles of text, voice and data at no cost

Standard Chartered to provide Jive collaboration tool to 90,000 employees
Case Studies
14 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

The bank wanted a modern tool for its young staff, who are spread out over 70 countries

Google ‘must open up over right to be forgotten'
Google Sign
News
14 May, 2015
Joe Curtis

Academics’ open letter calls on the search giant to be more transparent about how it handles such requests

US House votes to stop NSA’s mass surveillance
News
14 May, 2015
Adam Shepherd

USA Freedom Act passed by House of Representatives with overwhelming support