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"How to protect your children online," Ofcom reports

Less than a minute ago  by Emily Garthwaite
"How to protect your children online," Ofcom reports
UK communications regulator Ofcom has published a new report advising the government on safety measures to help safeguard younger web users.

Google Glass review: The pinnacle of wearable technology?

16 minutes ago  by Alysia Judge
Google Glass review: The pinnacle of wearable technology?
Begin a sentence with the phrase “most anticipated gadget ever” and tradition dictates the words “Google” and “Glass” must follow shortly after. We review this

PCG warns freelancers that HMRC's poor IT management is "wasteful"

30 minutes ago  by Emily Garthwaite
PCG warns freelancers that HMRC's poor IT management is "wasteful"
PCG, an organisation representing the self-employed and independent professionals has responded to claims that HMRC wasted taxpayer money on an IT project.

Driverless cars set to be on UK roads by January 2015

52 minutes ago  by Darren Allan
Driverless cars set to be on UK roads by January 2015
The government is expected to make a formal announcement today, and the Highway Code is set for an update to include provision for autonomous vehicles.

Brace yourself! Taxpayers fork out £700m as Government loses NHS IT battle against Fujitsu

1 hour ago  by Emily Garthwaite
Brace yourself! Taxpayers fork out £700m as Government loses NHS IT battle against Fujitsu
The government has reportedly lost a legal battle with tech giant Fujitsu relating to the failed NHS National Programme for IT (NPfIT).

Twitter user numbers grow by a quarter, as social network’s share value shoots up

1 hour ago  by Darren Allan
Twitter user numbers grow by a quarter, as social network’s share value shoots up
Twitter has plenty to crow about (or indeed tweet about) as some solid revenue numbers and user growth have seen its stock surge by a third.

Big data could banish the impact of a bad sales experience

1 hour ago  by Ian Barker
Big data could banish the impact of a bad sales experience
A new study by mobile sales enablement specialist Showpad reveals that it can take years to recover from the damage caused to the customer relationship by a bad sales experience.

Google confirms it reads your emails to "help you have fun," tracks hotel reservations

2 hours ago  by Brian Fagioli
Google confirms it reads your emails to "help you have fun," tracks hotel reservations
Google has announced that it wants to help users have a good time while on holiday. While that sounds great, the search giant is doing it in a creepy way - by reading your emails.

Mobile app of the day: QCast Music

2 hours ago  by Sandra Vogel
Mobile app of the day: QCast Music
Using a handset to manage playlists is hardly a new idea, but QCast Music brings some very neat new tricks to the concept.

Fake ID flaw plagues millions of Android devices

2 hours ago  by Ian Barker
Fake ID flaw plagues millions of Android devices
A newly uncovered flaw in Google's Android OS could leave large numbers of mobile devices at risk from malicious apps that appear to be from trusted developers. Named 'Fake ID' by Bluebox Security who

BlackBerry acquires Secusmart to bolster the security of political leaders

12 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
BlackBerry acquires Secusmart to bolster the security of political leaders
No financial terms on the deal were confirmed and it comes after a five-year partnership between the two companies that has grown stronger by the year.