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iOS gets full Google Cardboard support
News
17 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Google brings true mobile VR to iPhone for the first time

IBM introduces an entry level IoT course
News
17 May, 2016
Nicholas Griffen

Course to help developers create IoT products and services

Tribunal will not automatically listen to unlawful spying claims
spying
News
17 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

The 650 Investigatory Powers Tribunal claimants will need to provide further evidence they were wrongfully spied on

Starbreeze and Acer partner up on virtual reality headset
Virtual reality
News
17 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

The joint venture will be targeted at the business and location-based game market

Google trimming support for Flash on Chrome browser
Adobe Flash hit with zero day vulnerability again
News
16 May, 2016
Aaron Lee

Browser maker plans to scale back support for Flash before the calendar year is over

HTC Vive review
Reviews
16 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Virtual reality has finally come of age, but can it live up to all the promises?

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Spammers selling fake tickets for Rio Olympics 2016
News
16 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Fraudsters have created fake ticketing websites to trick users

GCHQ joins Twitter in drive for openness
News
16 May, 2016
Aaron Lee

Intelligence body is the first UK security agency to join social network

EU threatens Google with €3bn fine
News
16 May, 2016
Jane McCallion

Search giant could be issued record-breaking fine "within weeks"

Ofcom vows to speed up Wi-Fi connections for everyone
News
16 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

Regulator will make more airwaves available for Wi-Fi channels so the current frequencies aren't saturated

We need a new language to talk about data security
Opinion
13 May, 2016
Jane McCallion

Human error can only be overcome when the human understands what it is doing wrong

Apple iPhone SE review
Reviews
13 May, 2016
Alan Lu Lee Bell

The small phone bursting with big features

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Google to change AI forever with open source 'Parsey McParseface'
AI artificial intelligence
News
13 May, 2016
Lee Bell

The SyntaxNet system understands human language with an incredible degree of accuracy

Dell Optiplex 5040 Mini Tower review
Reviews
13 May, 2016
Mike Jennings

A mid-range office PC with a smart design at a keen price

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Donald Trump threatens to crush Amazon over its "antitrust problem"
News
13 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

"If I become president... they're going to have such problems", threatens US presidential frontrunner

Digital transformation needs CFO and CIO alignment, finds Oracle
News
13 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

The two job roles need to work together in order for companies to experience success

Samsung Galaxy Note 6 tipped for mid-August release date
News
12 May, 2016
Lee Bell

Next-gen Phablet will hit US on 15 August but no news yet on a UK date

Best antivirus software 2016
Reviews
12 May, 2016
Rene Millman Lee Bell

Which anti-virus products offer most protection?

Pornhub launches $25,000 bug bounty programme
News
12 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Porn site pays hackers to penetrate site in search of XXXploits

Campaigners urge UK to adopt Digital Bill of Rights
News
12 May, 2016
Jane McCallion

Campaign groups and Labour shadow chancellor hope to enshrine consumer and civil rights in law

Data breaches 'have destroyed customers' trust in companies'
News
12 May, 2016
Lee Bell

In the aftermath of TalkTalk and Ashley Madison hacks, people are less likely to give firms their data

Ad blocking 'will cost publishers £19 billion by 2020'
News
12 May, 2016
Caroline Preece

While majority of users still on PCs, ad blocking for mobile is on the rise

Google outlaws ads from payday lenders
News
12 May, 2016
Aaron Lee

Search giant’s global crackdown angers online lenders

Perez Hilton malware strikes millions of users
News
12 May, 2016
Jane McCallion

Gossip site with 500,000 daily visitors serves up double order of malvertising

Pre-Android 4.1 devices open to malware attack
News
12 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

Vulnerability lets hackers find out which version a device is running and take advantage of its security hole

Why is everyone making such a fuss over Instagram's new icon?
News
12 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

But why is it so important to the photo app's users?

Do Google's feminist emojis just distract from the bigger problem?
Opinion
11 May, 2016
Caroline Preece

Google employees want to improve representation with new female career emojis, from doctors and mechanics to tech workers

Slow broadband speeds impacting UK business productivity
News
11 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Over half of UK broadband customers are unsatisfied with their current connections

EU spikes Three’s £10.5 billion bid for O2, spelling the end for UK mobile mergers
News
11 May, 2016
Joe Curtis

Hutchison “deeply disappointed”, but analyst suggests its proposed remedies may have killed deal

Tech London Advocates announces Northern working group
News
11 May, 2016
Caroline Preece

The new offshoot focused on tech in the North of England will be based in Yorkshire

Qnap TS-853A-8G review
Reviews
11 May, 2016
Dave Mitchell

This Ubuntu NAS will give you something to sing about

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Panama Papers: Emma Watson named in leaked documents
News
11 May, 2016
Jane McCallion Aaron Lee Clare Hopping Caroline Preece

Harry Potter actress Emma Watson denies offshore company was used to avoid tax

PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel backs Donald Trump's presidential campaign
News
11 May, 2016
Jane McCallion

Trump's push for president gets some Silicon Valley support

Children’s hospital uses IBM Watson app to improve healthcare
News
11 May, 2016
Joe Curtis

Watson will answer kids’ questions and analyse data for doctors

Uber launches fleet of wheelchair-accessible cars in London
News
11 May, 2016
Caroline Preece

The company is also working with charities to train partner-drivers on disability equality courses

A quarter of Windows devices open to hack
News
11 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

Duo Security found Windows computers, tablets and smartphones could be affected by 700 vulnerabilities

Celebrity hacker pleads guilty to charges
News
11 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

Alonzo Knowles stole explicit celebrity videos and unpublished film scripts

Why the enterprise fell in love with open source
In-depth
10 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

GitHub on how developers are spearheading open source adoption

Opera free VPN for iOS will collect your data and ping you with ads
News
10 May, 2016
Aaron Lee

User data will be collected anonymously and ads could soon follow for iOS

Judge strikes down NCA attempt to grab Lauri Love's encryption keys
News
10 May, 2016
Jane McCallion

Magistrate rules police should have used RIPA in federal reserve hack case