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George Osborne wants to trial autonomous lorries in the UK
News
7 Mar, 2016
Curtis Moldrich

Convoys of autonomous lorries could be coming to the UK

Inventor of email, Ray Tomlinson, dies aged 74
News
7 Mar, 2016
Jane McCallion

ARPANET pioneered networked computer-to-computer communication and use of @ symbol

Mind the printers: How to close the security gap
Sponsored
4 Mar, 2016

Ever wondered how a hacker would exploit the printers on your network? We asked one to find out

Hypercat 'crowdsources' expert ideas for smart city project
News
4 Mar, 2016
Caroline Preece

A new smart city report for the OPDC project has sourced innovative ideas from industry leaders

Facebook to pay significantly more in UK tax
Facebook Like sign
News
4 Mar, 2016
Aaron Lee

Social network giant making tax changes to be “more transparent”

Best laptops of 2016
Windows to Go - Laptops
Best
4 Mar, 2016
Khidr Suleman Rene Millman Adam Shepherd Alan Lu

Ultrabooks, hybrids or desktop replacements, we look at the laptops you should think about buying

RSA 2016: Lawmakers "don't understand what's right and wrong"
US Capitol Building
News
4 Mar, 2016
Jane McCallion

Lack of technical knowledge in government and a docile creative sector are putting security at risk

Eben Upton Q&A: we meet the inventor of the Raspberry Pi 3
In-depth
3 Mar, 2016
Adam Shepherd

We talk Linux vs BSD, a maker revolution, and a 45-second conversation that changed his life

iPhone 6/6 Plus tips: 30 top hints for iOS 9
Tutorials
3 Mar, 2016
Khidr Suleman Adam Shepherd Rene Millman Aaron Lee

Want to know all the iPhone 6 secrets? Look no further...

RSA 2016: Ex-NSA officer admits other countries could open encryption backdoors
Opinion
3 Mar, 2016
Davey Winder

The Apple-FBI encryption battle rightly dominates discussion at security conference

Eleven Windows 10 problems - and how to fix them
Tutorials
3 Mar, 2016
Simon Handby Rene Millman

Stop tearing your hair out and follow our tips

Dell Networking Z9100-ON review
Reviews
3 Mar, 2016
Dave Mitchell

Dell will help you get ready for 100-Gigabit Ethernet

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Stanford’s autonomous car hits speeds of 120 mph
News
3 Mar, 2016
Aaron Lee

University project seeks to create safer automatic braking systems

LG G5 vs Samsung Galaxy S7
LG
Vs
3 Mar, 2016
Simon Handby

What's the difference between the Galaxy S7 and the LG G5?

Just one-third of firms report cyber attacks to the police
News
3 Mar, 2016
Joe Curtis

Businesses clam up, even when cybercrime harms their trade, survey finds

How to move Windows OS from your old hard drive to SSD
SSD
Tutorials
3 Mar, 2016
Rene Millman

The move to a solid-state disk will make you Windows PC faster

Eric Schmidt to head Pentagon advisory board
Eric Schmidt
News
2 Mar, 2016
Jane McCallion

Ex-Google CEO will help bring Silicon Valley best practice to US military

DROWN exposes an old wound in HTTPS websites
News
2 Mar, 2016
Caroline Preece

A third of computers using the HTTPS protocol are vulnerable to the DROWN attack, researchers say

Government to invest £167m into science and engineering PhDs
News
2 Mar, 2016
Caroline Preece

The money will support PhD students, while another £37m will boost quantum research

GDS wants councils to set the bar for local digital services
News
2 Mar, 2016
Joe Curtis

Local authorities urged by Whitehall to adopt a digital standard

EMC launches all-flash data centre storage arrays
News
2 Mar, 2016
Alan Lu

Big SSDs, low latency and lifetime support, says storage giant

Matchmaking in the workplace: How online dating can improve team effectiveness
In-depth
2 Mar, 2016
Nicole Kobie

Saberr founder Alistair Shepherd believes that online dating can change the way offices work

RSA 2016: US attorney general reveals UK data-sharing plan
News
2 Mar, 2016
Jane McCallion

New project could loosen laws around information sharing

RSA 2016: Weakened encryption compromises national security
News
2 Mar, 2016
Jane McCallion

Terrorists will move to other platforms, while criminals will exploit the flaws, claim speakers

Big data and IoT 'will bring £322bn to UK economy by 2020'
News
1 Mar, 2016
Caroline Preece

Manufacturing, professional services, retail banking and telecoms will benefit the most

Here are hackers' 10 favourite passwords
News
1 Mar, 2016
Jane McCallion

Heisenberg network reveals stolen credentials most commonly used by cyber criminals

Microsoft Surface Book review
Reviews
1 Mar, 2016
Alan Lu

Microsoft’s first laptop is also a strikingly sleek and breathtakingly expensive hybrid

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John Lewis looks for eight IT apprentices
News
1 Mar, 2016
Caroline Preece

The retailer's IT degree apprenticeships pay £16,000 to post-A Level students

NYPD to issue Windows Phones to 36,000 officers
News
1 Mar, 2016
Aaron Lee

The police department adopts Microsoft mobiles 'to transform policing'

How to move to the cloud
In-depth
1 Mar, 2016
Joe Curtis

The IT Pro Panel offers advice on cloud migrations: where to start, board buy-in, and picking suppliers

How to format a hard drive
Hard disk
Tutorials
1 Mar, 2016
Rene Millman

If you are planning on getting rid of a machine, formatting a hard drive is always a good idea

Facebook fined €100,000 for German consumer law breach
News
1 Mar, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Social network in hot water over who owns pictures and videos

Bomgar unlocks The Vault at RSA Conference 2016
News
1 Mar, 2016
Jane McCallion

Security firm launches new password management system in San Francisco

Cray shows the value of Secret Sauce
Cray XC30
Opinion
29 Feb, 2016
Steve Cassidy

The supercomputing firm's recent growth is no mystery

UK broadband speeds suffer from “poverty of ambition”
News
29 Feb, 2016
Rene Millman

IoD report says UK internet speeds should be 1,000 times faster

Snapchat employee data lost in phishing attack
News
29 Feb, 2016
Aaron Lee

Social media service plans to intensify its staff training going forward

Who needs Twitter?
In-depth
29 Feb, 2016
David Meyer

Marginalised groups in particular find a lot to love about Twitter's raw nature

Meet the Wi-Fi-enabled Raspberry Pi 3
News
29 Feb, 2016
Adam Shepherd

The Raspberry Pi Foundation's new machine also has a faster CPU, and still costs just £27