The Windows Phone 8.1 update boasts some of the biggest changes to the platform since it...
Users warned not to download fake security apps for ancient OS
Beard will replace Brendan Eich who resigned after a public outcry on Twitter
The 3D image is projected onto fog to give the impression of a hologram
Companies are struggling to design software that works well in a mobile-centric world.
"We never made an offer to acquire them," says Google SVP.
Sources claims US lawyers have subpoenaed Bitcoin exchanges.
The Z2 tablet ships with Android KitKat 4.4, an IPS display and 13 hour battery life.
University researchers warn weak Wi-Fi security can speed spread of viruses in populated areas.
Complaints about English-only documents delays vote.
Secure Android container to support Galaxy S5 fingerprint scanner and two-factor authentication.
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Apple follows iOS 7 update with Mac OS X Mavericks patch to address encryption issues.
England set to receive lion’s share of cash to bring superfast internet to rural areas.
Authorities confirm they're investigating the exchange's abrupt disappearance.
Infosecurity firm claims to have uncovered hundreds of millions of stolen logins for sale on the black market.
Customers overpaying by £8 a day for non-existent "additional services"
Kroes calls for Europe to get back in the driving seat for 5G mobile connectivity.
Is this the most secure Android smartphone on the planet?
Firm talks up benefits of its Snapdragon 805 processor and the HEVC (H.265) decode.
Aims to establish £110 million secure communications network between Europe and Latin America
Watson can be used by retailers in a customer-facing role to provide a personalised shopping experience.
Financial help to unlock data held by public organisations
Ailing smartphone vendor puts focus on more profitable enterprise business.
Other exchanges distance themselves from troubled website.
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The Galaxy S5 promises a great camera, solid battery life and quick 4G speeds, but is the heart-rate monitor a gimmick t
Facebook chief uses MWC keynote to talk up Internet.Org's aspirations.
HP aims to improve performance by using Intel's latest 64-bit Atom chip.
Network operator pockets £78 billion in the process.
Microsoft confirms first major Windows 8.1 update will drop in Spring 2014.
Dell will also be the first to deploy Intel's revamped enterprise protection.
Nokia mashes Android with Windows Phone, giving us a glimpse of what could have been…
Service gets rid of need to enter credit card details on every app, it is claimed.
HP's thinnest tablet sports 64-bit Windows 8.1, and an Intel Bay Trail processor.
Phone maker unveils Android-running Nokia X family of devices at MWC.
22nm Merrifield and Moorefield processors feature revamped architecture and support for 64-bit apps.
Big data might be controversial, but it also represents big business for many...
Firefox OS also coming to 12 additional countries in 2014.
Korean firm adds a heart-rate monitor to kickstart interest in its wearable.
Mobile operator also rolling out next gen mobile network to UK rail routes.
Total number of Tube stops covered grows to 131.
Software giant hit by new zero-day vulnerability discovery.
Search giant Google announces 3D smartphone plans with appeal for developer involvement.
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