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Education-focused suite aimed at making learning more interactive.
Electronics giant also set to pen a deal with school to deploy 250 forthcoming Note Pro tablets.
ISP security settings blamed for botched downloads.
Government agency sets up website for users to check if they've been hacked.
Thousands fall for click-bait scams offering bikini-clad girl pictures on social networking site.
Unnamed Google Glass owner issues warning to others after being dragged from cinema over piracy claims.
Pricing scheme would calculate cost based on performance offered, rather than measuring time used.
Big Blue misses revenue targets again after stumbling in China.
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More than 100 million credit cards and bank account details reported to have been stolen.
Chinese PC maker has reportedly restarted talks to acquire IBM's low-end server business unit.
Firmware patch designed to improve system stability.
Blogger uncovers critical BrightBox security flaw.
Chip giant says factors including redeployments will mean figure is closer to 4,000 mark.
Charity to award five bursaries to UK-based start-ups with products focused on the education sector.
Add-ons to Feedly and Tweet my Page identified as culprits.
Hardware giant requests more time to decide how to proceed with Autonomy legal case.
According to a Sunday Times report, Vodafone and BSkyB have colluded on halting BT's broadband plans.
US president curbs bulk collection of phone records.
Mobile operator writes to 25 governments asking to publish surveillance requests.
Proofpoint security researchers claim internet-enabled household appliances are already being programmed to send out spa
Latest twist in NSA surveillance scandal suggests its been snooping on millions of text messages every day.
Telco to dish out free privacy-enhancing features to landline customers.
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Firm's bottom line dropped by 13 per cent to $9.6bn year-on-year.
Shields to stay on as Tech City chairman, but wants to focus more on UK business tech ambassador work.
Contact lens designed to measure glucose levels using teardrops.
New document sheds light on methods used in hope of saving other retailers from suffering a similar fate.
Big blue sets out plans to bolster cloud services by building 15 new datacentres.
Deloitte claims more than half of us will have access to a tablet by the end of 2014.
Canonical's community manager admits a 2014 release date is optimistic thinking for an OEM-made handset.
Easy deployment, simple management and top performance makes Kaspersky’s Endpoint Security a good choice for SMBs.
Support and news Twitter feeds defaced by hackers.
Search giant confirms plans to appeal the ruling and maintains it has no case to answer in the UK.
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