Research technique allows Tor users to be identified with 80 per cent accuracy
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The US State Department was forced to shut down its unclassified email system after being...
Software giant overtakes oil firm Exxon to take number two spot
Recent reports shed light on risks the Internet of Things could pose to human life
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Although Samsung is up to date on its fees, the firm is still indebted because of late payment charges
The criminals infected the Apple computers with malware called Mac.BackDoor.iWorm
iOS 8 helps to increase the functionality of your iPad
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Social networking giant is said to be considering launching health apps and support communities online
The Evernote Context update will add third-party content feeds and an Enterprise Discovery feature
Regulator's research highlights improvements in average residential broadband speeds
The Hudl 2 will go on sale on 9 October for £129 at Tesco
JPMorgan Chase & Co confirms cyber attack has resulted in 76 million of its customers' details becoming comprom
Free OS could help developers speed up IoT products and devices, it is hoped
The initiative hopes to protect Londoners from falling victim to a wide range of online crimes
Operators partner with Boku to allow payments to be made using mobile phones
The company didn't react fast enough to take the pictures down, according to lawyer
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Microsoft’s bending over backwards to court businesses with Windows 10.
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Telco aims to handle advanced cyber attacks to keep customers safe
Tour of UK cities to bridge IT skills gap
A PwC report shows 10 per cent of companies don't know how many security breaches have happened in the last year
The IP was worth more than $100m and included US Army software and games
Davey Winder explains why patience is a virtue when it comes to patching the Bash bug vulnerability
IT experts debate what needs to be done to get business leaders interested in Big Data projects
IBM exits the x86 server market with its best 2U rack system to-date
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Windows 10 brings back the Start Button, adds multiple desktops & an adaptable interface
ARM coming to a mainstream datacentre near you soon
“Safe by Default” Macs get patched just in case
Switch on includes the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst
The software giant will team up with Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center to share threat data
eBay and PayPal will split into different companies to boost revenues
Windows 10 has just been announced (we're still reeling from the fact it's not Windows 9).
Microsoft has unveiled Windows 10. Stay tuned for more details...
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Apple's Ireland operation is having its tax affairs examined by the EU's competition watchdog
The acquisition will mean Lenovo is a more powerful force in the enterprise space
The 6 Plus has a gorgeous full HD display & all-day battery life but it's too big
Ongoing issues with iOS 8 have plagued the release, while Apple blocks users from returning to iOS 7 post-update
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