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Google gets serious on robots, snapping up robotic vision and learning startups

12 minutes ago  by Paul Cooper
Google gets serious on robots, snapping up robotic vision and learning startups
Google has expanded its portfolio of artificial intelligence and robotics pioneers with the purchase of two companies that have their roots in Oxford University.

3 simple changes to get more from your team

31 minutes ago  by Nathan Chai
3 simple changes to get more from your team
When we boil it down, "company culture" is just a sexier way of saying "management style". The startup management style has proven to improve business processes, but how are you supposed to do it?

Survey: Mobile printing used by just 17% of businesses

47 minutes ago  by Jamie Hinks
Survey: Mobile printing used by just 17% of businesses
Two separate surveys of consumers and businesses found that mobile printing isn’t popular among business users due to it being considered an “unimportant option”.

Dyegate: You can now customise the Apple iPhone 6 for free

2 hours ago  by Aatif Sulleyman
Dyegate: You can now customise the Apple iPhone 6 for free
The handset, which doesn't come cheap, is prone to bending and tearing out people's hair, leading to the vastly amusing '#bendgate' and '#hairgate' scandals. Now it's all about 'dyegate'.

Smart Bracelet turns your arm into the world’s first living smartphone display

2 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
Smart Bracelet turns your arm into the world’s first living smartphone display
Cicret, the company currently developing the world’s most secure app, is working on a device that will project a fully operational version your smartphone display onto your arm.

Encouraging Yahoo CEO predicts Tumblr will raise £62m in revenue by 2015

3 hours ago  by Alex Hamilton
Encouraging Yahoo CEO predicts Tumblr will raise £62m in revenue by 2015
Yahoo CEO announces encouraging profit predictions for billion-dollar microblogging platform following increased user uptake.

Microsoft ramps up Windows 10 security, introduces two-factor authentication

4 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
Microsoft ramps up Windows 10 security, introduces two-factor authentication
The software giant is trying to tempt enterprise firms to adopt the new OS after the disappointment of Windows 8, by introducing a host of new security features.

HTC One Mini 2 now available in pink from Carphone Warehouse

4 hours ago  by Darren Allan
HTC One Mini 2 now available in pink from Carphone Warehouse
If you fancy your One Mini 2 in pink, then Carphone Warehouse is the only place you can get this colour scheme, with contracts starting from £14 per month.

Sony expected to cut smartphone sales forecasts again

5 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
Sony expected to cut smartphone sales forecasts again
According to The Wall Street Journal, the Japanese firm blames the failure to match company targets on poor sales of mid-to-low end devices, particularly in emerging markets such as China.

Yahoo delivers solid numbers with Q3 2014 financial results

5 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Yahoo delivers solid numbers with Q3 2014 financial results
CEO Mayer was pleased with the overall performance, which she noted was achieved despite "industry headwinds" in some of the company’s large legacy businesses.

iFixit’s iPad Air 2 teardown finds smaller battery than the original Air

6 hours ago  by Darren Allan
iFixit’s iPad Air 2 teardown finds smaller battery than the original Air
The battery has shrunk since the original iPad Air, but Apple is claiming that users still get the same 10 hour life.