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iPhone 6 breaks the mould: Apple's least breakable iPhone yet

13 minutes ago  by Wayne Williams
iPhone 6 breaks the mould: Apple's least breakable iPhone yet
There’s good news for Apple users, and that’s new breakability tests conducted by SquareTrade, which show that the new devices are Apple’s least fragile to date.

Why Apple’s opening 10 million sales of iPhone 6 handsets seems relatively disappointing

33 minutes ago  by Mihaita Bamburic
Why Apple’s opening 10 million sales of iPhone 6 handsets seems relatively disappointing
Yes, records were once again broken over the iPhone launch weekend, but when you really think about it, Apple hasn’t got too much to boast about here.

Who will control the new world of the Internet of things?

43 minutes ago  by Guy Wright
Who will control the new world of the Internet of things?
There are so many competing 'standards' in the world of IoT that it's hard to see who might emerge as the winner. Will it be consortium, proprietary or platform agnostic?

Cementing G-Cloud's position in government

1 hour ago  by Paul Cooper
Cementing G-Cloud's position in government
Since the G-Cloud launched back in February 2012, much has changed. At the very beginning no-one really knew if it was going to work and many people doubted its potential.

Mobile app of the day: Boxer

1 hour ago  by Sandra Vogel
Mobile app of the day: Boxer
Make the most of your time by using Boxer to deal with email quickly and efficiently while you are out and about.

The most overlooked iPhone feature: Actually making phone calls with it

1 hour ago  by Guy Wright
The most overlooked iPhone feature: Actually making phone calls with it
Everybody is talking about Apple selling 10 million new iPhones in the first week – well they aren’t actually talking about it, they're texting about it. Does anyone make actual phone calls anymore?

TalkTalk Business launches cheap-as-chips broadband for disgruntled SMBs

2 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
TalkTalk Business launches cheap-as-chips broadband for disgruntled SMBs
The two new options start off at just £4 per month and have been released after TalkTalk Business found that 59 per cent of firms have a problem with their service provider.

IBM opens new cloud resiliency centre to speed up disaster recovery and support

12 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
IBM opens new cloud resiliency centre to speed up disaster recovery and support
The new centre already has Monitise on board as its first customer and is able to provide disaster recovery at the drop of a hat with support at all hours of the day and week.

iOS 8 adoption just 9% in UK over opening 24 hours

14 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
iOS 8 adoption just 9% in UK over opening 24 hours
Widespace numbers show that just 9% of UK users decided to make the upgrade and that put it in third position among European countries behind Norway and Italy.

Google Now-style context-aware apps to hit 7.6bn by 2017

15 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Google Now-style context-aware apps to hit 7.6bn by 2017
The drive to use Google Now, Cortana and Siri-style context awareness inside apps will push the adoption of that type of app to 7.5 billion by 2017.

Google admits defeat, finally drops compulsory Google+

15 hours ago  by Zak Thomas
Google admits defeat, finally drops compulsory Google+
Whilst the company still encourages users to sign up for Google+ it now has a "No thanks" button when offering the service during the sign up procedure for its products.