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A privacy watchdog for Hamburg, who was speaking on behalf of the entire country, has ruled that Google needs to allow users further control of how data is aggregated.
The US firm has announced a number of enhancements to three of its core software packages, providing enterprise companies with additional support, flexibility and security.
It wants to build a network that is able to handle the growing demands that the Internet of Everything is expected to place on data centres across the planet.
As the pro-democracy demonstrations continue, many protesters have begun using FireChat, a free app that allows users to communicate even without a mobile phone signal.
Wearable devices such as smart watches are yet to really take the world by storm but, according to new findings from Juniper Research, it may not take long for the tide to turn.
A new piece of research from SafeNet shows that there’s a priority on perimeter security, at the expense of important measures such as data encryption.
Health and fitness wearable designers need to think about women’s needs as well – but is that a problem in a male dominated industry?
The accused face a series of charges, including conspiracy to commit computer fraud, following the theft of intellectual property from a number of US businesses.
Apple is looking to please with a new gold coloured iPad, although Cupertino will have to do a lot more than chuck in a shiny colour to stop the tablet sales rot.