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It's all about Apple in this week's web comments round-up, with its connected car plans and market share figures all facing scrutiny.
Clear understanding of personal data use policies needed, claim groups.
Transport Scotland invests £863,000 on wireless infrastructure at stations.
Silverlight and Windows vulnerabilities will also be addressed.
Businesses and the economy stand to gain by attracting and retaining more female IT workers, EC Commissioner has said.
Browser maker anger as Dell charges £16 to pre-install its software.
PayPal managers insist eBay and PayPal 'better together'.
IDC predicts less than 20 per cent expansion.
Humanoid robots present new security problems, it is claimed.
Ernst & Young IT security expert urges firms to consider BYOD as a way off Windows XP.
Details have started to emerge about the breakdown in relationship between Steve Ballmer and the Microsoft board.
Rival exchange Poloniex has also been hit, as hackers increasingly turn their attention to virtual currency stores.
Company vows to overhaul its technology and security systems.
Movies could be streamed to German airline's passengers' smartphones and tablets.
Gorilla Glass exec claims switching the iPhone to Sapphire crystal is a mistake.
Porn slips into second place as main vector for attack on smartphones.
Government minister sets out plans for more pro-active approach to NHS data protection.
Chipmaker said to have splashed out over $100 million for wearable tech firm.
Windows Phone 8.1 digital assistant "exposed" in photos and video.
Oxford University teaches robots to keep secrets
BYOD hailed as answer to enterprise Windows XP upgrade woes
Google Glass: Is the world ready?
Steve Ballmer would "re-do" last decade at Microsoft
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