UK customers can buy the new cover from 28 August and Microsoft has a special treat in the shape of a new Type Cover colour way that can only be bought from the Microsoft Store.
After Twitter suspended various accounts, Islamic State supporters and fighters have turned to the decentralised social network to get their message out there.
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A contest has been set up by SAS that lets data scientists use its tools free of charge to try and solve challenges set out by the government’s Energy Act.
The social network has granted the money to a pair of German researchers with a seemingly viable approach to detecting vulnerabilities in online applications.
Three games and one app are part of the updated range that gets its debut at IFA 2014 in Berlin next month before being released to all smart TV customers around the globe.
UPS has spilled customer names, addresses and bank card details, although no fraud relating to the incident has been reported yet.
Companies are being told to prepare for employees that will demand to work both flexibly and remotely with firms that don’t adapt likely to be left behind.
According to a report by FireEye Mobile Security Team, 68 per cent of the 1,000 most-downloaded free apps contain the vulnerability, allowing sensitive information to be intercepted.
If you’re going away in this country or elsewhere in Europe, then you should check out this handy interactive map of Wi-Fi hotspots.