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My choice of tech for the summer: HP Chromebook 11, Kindle Fire HDX and more

2 minutes ago  by Alan Buckingham
My choice of tech for the summer: HP Chromebook 11, Kindle Fire HDX and more
This summer’s warm weather has got many folks working outside when they can. Here’s what one of our writers has adopted in terms of hardware and software.

Red Shirt Survey: Network administrators need some love too

12 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Red Shirt Survey: Network administrators need some love too
Ipswitch’s survey comes on its annual SysAdmin Day and additionally it found the increasing influence that BYOD is having on the workplace.

Lenovo eyepiece arrives to kick Google’s Glass

13 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Lenovo eyepiece arrives to kick Google’s Glass
A programme has also been set up by the world’s largest PC supplier that encourages other companies to team up with it, to take on the Internet of Things market.

Salesforce.com rolls out cloud-based marketing solution for sales reps

14 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Salesforce.com rolls out cloud-based marketing solution for sales reps
Based on Salesforce1 Sales Cloud it brings a range of new features that are designed to make it easier to retain and interact with prospective customers.

World Wide Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee to kick off IP EXPO 2014 in London

14 hours ago  by Aatif Sulleyman
World Wide Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee to kick off IP EXPO 2014 in London
IP EXPO is an event dedicated to the major developments in the world of IT, designed to help advise business leaders on how to run a successful enterprise.

Two thirds of Facebook and Twitter users feel inadequate

15 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Two thirds of Facebook and Twitter users feel inadequate
Scope’s Digital Detox 48 hour challenge is supporting the research that found users are becoming increasing irritated, jealous and tired of social media sites.

EU has made a mess of the “right to be forgotten” and is now blaming Google

15 hours ago  by Guy Wright
EU has made a mess of the “right to be forgotten” and is now blaming Google
We discuss the EU’s criticism of Google over search engine link removal requests, and how it seems to be unfairly laying all the blame at the big G’s door.

Network convergence: How to improve the mobile experience

16 hours ago  by Don Thomas Jacob
Network convergence: How to improve the mobile experience
To leverage the advantages of mobility, such as increased employee satisfaction, improved productivity and overall agility, the network should be capable of providing a seamless user experience.

BlackBerry CEO: IBM and Apple are the elephants in the room

16 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
BlackBerry CEO: IBM and Apple are the elephants in the room
Chen, who has been credited with a remarkably turn around at BlackBerry, isn’t worried by the new tie-up and hinted at BlackBerry signing enterprise deals in the near future.

BBC Sport adds Chromecast support in time for the Commonwealth Games

16 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
BBC Sport adds Chromecast support in time for the Commonwealth Games
A recent update has made the BBC Sport app compatible with Chromecast, meaning up to 17 streams of the games will be available either live or on demand through the service.

Jimmy Wales issues another warning over Google censorship with “right to be forgotten”

16 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Jimmy Wales issues another warning over Google censorship with “right to be forgotten”
When the EU ruling first came through, the founder of Wikipedia had plenty of cautioning to do, and he’s just poured more criticism on Google’s search link removal scheme.