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Campaigners reveal government's secret spying regime
News
21 Apr, 2016
Jane McCallion

Intelligence services have had access to people's health, financial and communication data for 15 years

Exclusive: 123-reg suffered serious security lapse while deleting 67 servers
News
21 Apr, 2016
Jane McCallion

Customers could see each other's accounts after faulty script erased their data

London bans drones during President Obama's visit
News
21 Apr, 2016
Aaron Lee

Ban extends to Windsor when Obama has lunch with the Queen tomorrow

An AI algorithm can predict who dies in Game of Thrones Season 6
News
21 Apr, 2016
Adam Shepherd

When you play the game of big data, you win or you die

European Commission hits Google with Android antitrust charges
News
20 Apr, 2016
Aaron Lee

Commission claims Google has stifled competition in the mobile market

Apple complies with 80% of US data requests
News
20 Apr, 2016
Joe Curtis

UK government only gets answers on half of its queries

Samsung shares first industry speakers for 2016 developer conference
News
20 Apr, 2016
Aaron Lee

Conference will give developers a first look at Samsung’s upcoming mobile, IoT and VR tech

Opera halts development of Windows Phone browser
Opera
News
20 Apr, 2016
Adam Shepherd

The fat lady sings for yet another Windows Phone app

Apple pays $25 million to resolve Siri lawsuit
News
20 Apr, 2016
Nicholas Griffen

Siri's technology was patented years before Apple debuted it

Organisation not relying on Privacy Shield requirements to protect their data
News
20 Apr, 2016
Rene Millman

Customers more stringent about data security than EU regulations, according to panel

BT launches new scheme to support digital transformation
'Prepare for the future' says FCC CIO
News
20 Apr, 2016
Clare Hopping

The Digital Possible will help CIOs achieve their highest priority

Meet your future workplace: AI bots, 3D printing and virtual reality
News
19 Apr, 2016
Rene Millman

Vodafone says collaboration and gaming will fuel future office design

Scientists use AI and machine learning to detect cancer with more accuracy
Science
News
19 Apr, 2016
Caroline Preece

UCLA scientists say they can accurately identify cancer cells in bloodstreams

Apple MacBook Retina 12in review - 'a superb choice, but challenging to fit into how you work'
Apple MacBook Retina 12in review
Reviews
19 Apr, 2016
Alan Lu Joe Curtis

Apple upgrades specs and adds rose gold model for 2016 MacBook Retina 12in

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Users rage as 123-reg admits it has no customer data backups
News
19 Apr, 2016
Jane McCallion

Businesses hit out at hosting provider after script error wiped 67 servers

Anatomy of a hack: how a lone black hat took down a global spyware vendor
Analysis
19 Apr, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Hacktivist explains how he brought Hacking Team to its knees

Huawei launches VR headset that works with Mate 8 and P9
News
19 Apr, 2016
Caroline Preece

The firm takes on Samsung in the virtual reality arena

BlackBerry believes tech firms should submit to government requests
BlackBerry
News
19 Apr, 2016
Aaron Lee

Canadian mobile maker says tech companies should be "good corporate citizens"

EE is the best 4G network in the UK, but other countries are streets ahead
News
19 Apr, 2016
Joe Curtis

New research reveals just how poor UK 4G coverage really is

This MIT-designed AI can predict up to 85% of cyber attacks
News
19 Apr, 2016
Nicholas Griffen

Machine learning and a human helper are behind this hacker detection system

YouTubers can livestream 360-degree VR videos
News
19 Apr, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Coachella festival will be the first live VR content streamed on YouTube

Liam Maxwell to leave Gov CTO post despite committing until 2018
News
18 Apr, 2016
Joe Curtis

Government CTO will take up role as Whitehall’s national technology advisor

TechEast hopes to net 5,000 digital jobs for East Anglia
News
18 Apr, 2016
Caroline Preece

New tech cluster represents Cambridge, Ipswich and Norwich

Best Windows 10 apps
Best
18 Apr, 2016
Adam Shepherd Joe Curtis Aaron Lee

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

Wozniak: Uber doesn't pay its drivers enough money
News
18 Apr, 2016
Aaron Lee

Apple-co-founder prefers to use rival service Lyft

Man who 'deleted company with one line of code' admits it was all a hoax
News
18 Apr, 2016
Aaron Lee Adam Shepherd

Marco Masala admits the story was a viral marketing ploy

iPad Pro 9.7in vs iPad Pro 12.9in
Vs
18 Apr, 2016
Andrew Williams

What's the difference between the Apple iPad Pro 9.7 and iPad Pro 12.9?

Over 2,000 developers sign up for TfL Unified API
News
15 Apr, 2016
Caroline Preece

Transport for London is also trialling a data feed of road closures during the London Marathon

Research reveals new way of visualising blood test results
News
15 Apr, 2016
Nicholas Griffen Rene Millman

New method of displaying blood test results could aid patients with chronic kidney disease

Your business must prepare today for 2018 EU data protection laws
Analysis
15 Apr, 2016
Joe Curtis

EU passes GDPR laws that require companies to drastically improve their data privacy policies

Microsoft vs DoJ: Redmond giant sues US Department of Justice for greater transparency
News
15 Apr, 2016
Jane McCallion

Microsoft wants to keep secrecy "the exception, not the rule"

Dell launches version 13.1 of its Statistica analytics platform
News
15 Apr, 2016
Clare Hopping

Additions include support for data citizens to analyse structured and unstructured data and deploy analytics on more devices

Google gives $20m to fund technology helping disabled people
News
14 Apr, 2016
Caroline Preece

Winners of the cash include a tool to help blind people navigate their environments

Google Chrome kills support for Windows XP, Vista and old OS X
News
14 Apr, 2016
Aaron Lee

Chrome dumps old operating systems with release of 50th version

BT announces cybersecurity recruitment drive
News
14 Apr, 2016
Clare Hopping

The telecoms company will take on nearly 1,000, including 170 in graduate positions

VC funding for start-ups drops in Q1 2016
News
13 Apr, 2016
Caroline Preece

Venture capitalists invested less in companies around the world in the first three months of the year

Europe data watchdogs find flaws in Privacy Shield
News
13 Apr, 2016
Joe Curtis

Article 29 Working Party’s findings could form basis for legal challenges if not addressed

Why 4.5G and beyond are the key to the success of the IoT
News
13 Apr, 2016
Jane McCallion

Narrow-Band IOT, not broadband, will be what drives the technology forward, claims Huawei executive

Linux Foundation: The internet is crumbling
News
13 Apr, 2016
Joe Curtis

Foundation says poorly paid open source developers are struggling to maintain web