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Flash memory player showcases Flash fruits of recent acquisition activity.
Facebook and Microsoft founders give backing to Code.org educational initiative.
Production slashed in half as backlog starts to build.
Telco giant is looking for new firms that are developing services for superfast broadband.
Smartwatch to launch with Android KitKat 4.4 and have Google Now deeply integrated.
Argos becomes latest high street retailer to enter the tablet market.
Troubled smartphone maker BlackBerry wants customers to know it is financially secure.
Chancellor claims more western governments should give Chinese suppliers a chance.
Software also brings Driving mode, rotation lock and better storage management.
Packing a giant 41-megapixel camera, is this Windows Phone just a glorified camera?
Data protection minister investigating VoIP service’s roll in PRISM.
Successful proof of concept results in initial Windows 8 tablet pilot.
Police confirm seven men have now been charged in connection with bank theft.
Chinese company would consider collaboration, but not an outright take-over, says executive.
Lack of suitable would-be cyber warriors causes global security headache.
An £800 laptop with an Intel Core i7 processor and discrete Nvidia graphics card. Is the S50t a bargain?
Cross-device tracking software allegedly in development.
Windows XP's demise, Ofcom fees and Touch ID have all got IT Pro readers talking this week.
Manufacturer admits some workers may have done overtime and worked night shifts when they shouldn't have.
iWatch also set to allow users to control heating, lights, video and audio.
According to sources, Microsoft is already narrowing down its list of potential new CEO candidates.
Lazaridis and Fregin back in the frame as saviours of ailing smartphone maker.
Sector claimed to be key to rehabilitating ailing electronics business
Telco has joined forces with EE to provide employees and customers with access to its network.
Search giant's bug-hunting reward programme extended to third-party code.
HP brings 16Gbps Fibre Channel to the masses with the affordable and expandable MSA 2040.
Vodafone, EE, O2 and Three could be forced to pay £245m extra to deliver mobile services.
Most passengers now carry smartphones, but are wary of using them for travel tasks.
With Windows XP support set to cease in six months, pressure is on users to upgrade.
Touch behemoth Synaptics invests in biometric authentication.
CEO's pronouncement to analysts and investors sends shares rocketing.
Chinese company keeps top spot, despite waning PC market.
Apple adds a fingerprint scanner and 64-bit processor to its flagship device, but is it still the top dog?
The use of speech recognition tools could revolutionise the NHS, but departments are slow to adopt.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has revealed that Office will be coming to the iPad in due course.
BBC plans to use TV, radio and online resources to inspire young children to start computer coding.
Samsung launches world's first smartphone with curved screen.
Microsoft awards hacking expert and repairs IE browser bug.
Vouchers worth up to €10,000 on offer to encourage firms to embrace digital tools.
Sony plant in Wales helps kick-start UK manufacturing.
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