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Google, Twitter and HP take the fight to the world’s top security flaws

3 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Google, Twitter and HP take the fight to the world’s top security flaws
The new group of 12 organisations is drawn from the industry, academia and government agencies that have already produced one report looking at the top 10 flaws today.

ZTE enhances video conferencing through Blue Jeans Network partnership

5 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
ZTE enhances video conferencing through Blue Jeans Network partnership
It has entered an agreement with the cloud video conferencing specialists that makes it easier for customers to communicate across a multitude of platforms.

Archos breaks out connected Weather Station alongside range of affordable smartphones and tablets ahead of IFA 2014

6 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Archos breaks out connected Weather Station alongside range of affordable smartphones and tablets ahead of IFA 2014
Android, Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 devices are among those that the company plans to showcase at IFA 2014 in Berlin next month.

Hybrid cloud storage strategy of almost 50% of companies hampered by ‘server huggers’

8 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Hybrid cloud storage strategy of almost 50% of companies hampered by ‘server huggers’
Iron Mountain’s study found that huge swathes of IT teams are still cautious about cloud storage and want to keep data where it can be seen due to concerns over the security of sensitive data.

TfL to trial wirelessly charging hybrid buses

8 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
TfL to trial wirelessly charging hybrid buses
The trial forms part of a wider "green" agenda for London transport, with Mayor Boris Johnson ultimately aiming for all single deck buses to have zero exhaust emissions.

No Internet for 11.4 million Americans affected by Time Warner Cable fault

8 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
No Internet for 11.4 million Americans affected by Time Warner Cable fault
The nationwide outage affected customers in all of the 29 different states that it operates in and it comes just days after it was fined $1.1 million in relation to another outage.

Senior UK judge criticises "unenforceable" UK privacy laws: Technology making things more difficult than ever

9 hours ago  by Sam Pudwell
Senior UK judge criticises "unenforceable" UK privacy laws: Technology making things more difficult than ever
Lord Neuberger, the UK Supreme Court president, believes that the UK’s privacy laws need to be updated in order to keep up with technological advances.

Cisco and British Gas join £1m Internet of Things initiative run by Tech City UK

10 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Cisco and British Gas join £1m Internet of Things initiative run by Tech City UK
Both partners will lend expertise and advice to startups and SMEs that are hoping to take advantage of the competition that is endorsed by Prime Minister David Cameron.

HTC’s Google Nexus slate now ‘X’ rated and powered by 64-bit SoC

11 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
HTC’s Google Nexus slate now ‘X’ rated and powered by 64-bit SoC
It’s rumoured that the tablet now has the name Nexus X and a spec list confirms an 8.9in display as well as a 64-bit CPU and an ultra-efficient 192-core GPU.

Report: Green contracts could cut data centre energy use by 40%

11 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
Report: Green contracts could cut data centre energy use by 40%
According to the Natural Resources Defense Council, many data centre are still hugely inefficient, operating at just 12 to 18 per cent of capacity in most cases.

VMware, Google and Nvidia team up to pipe high-end applications to Chromebooks

12 hours ago  by Darren Allan
VMware, Google and Nvidia team up to pipe high-end applications to Chromebooks
Want to run Autodesk AutoCAD totally fluidly on your Chromebook? This isn’t a pipe dream, rather it will be a streaming reality thanks to this new partnership.