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Satya Nadella’s pay packet revealed: $84mn, mostly in stock awards

2 minutes ago  by Darren Allan
Satya Nadella’s pay packet revealed: $84mn, mostly in stock awards
It isn’t good timing for Microsoft’s CEO, seeing as he has just been hauled over the coals regarding a comment about women’s pay.

Smartsheet new work visualisation tool gives presentations a facelift

11 minutes ago  by Ian Barker
Smartsheet new work visualisation tool gives presentations a facelift
Often the easiest way of getting information across in a meeting or presentation is to have it in a visual form like a graph or chart. Step in Smartsheet.

The best free Start Menus you'll find for Microsoft Windows 8.1

41 minutes ago  by Wayne Williams
The best free Start Menus you'll find for Microsoft Windows 8.1
With Windows 10, Microsoft will finally restore the missing Start menu to its tiled operating system. That’s great news for anyone who isn’t a fan of the Start screen and Modern UI.

Apple shifts record amount of iPhone 6 handsets in Q3 with revenue of $8.5bn

50 minutes ago  by Darren Allan
Apple shifts record amount of iPhone 6 handsets in Q3 with revenue of $8.5bn
It’s been another good quarter for the iPhone, and another poor one for the iPad, in what seems to now be par for the course for Cupertino.

Apple ditches popular Bose headphones and speakers for Beats

1 hour ago  by Guy Wright
Apple ditches popular Bose headphones and speakers for Beats
Apparently Apple has pulled Bose headphones and speakers from its online store and retail outlets, alongside rumours that it's ditched Fitbit products.

Save money and make new friends with car sharing app BlaBlaCar

1 hour ago  by Sandra Vogel
Save money and make new friends with car sharing app BlaBlaCar
Car sharing is a popular way for many people to get from A to B, and BlaBlaCar has more than ten million members.

Tide turns as consumers ditch online for physical shopping

2 hours ago  by Brian Fagioli
Tide turns as consumers ditch online for physical shopping
Many of us are guilty of "showrooming" - the act of using a brick and mortar store like Best Buy or Walmart as a showroom for products we end up buying online.

Chinese government launches cyber attack on Apple iCloud users

2 hours ago  by Guy Wright
Chinese government launches cyber attack on Apple iCloud users
According to the Greatfire.org website the Chinese government has launched a man-in-the-middle attack designed to intercept user’s iCloud account usernames and passwords.

O2 now has iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 up for pre-order

15 hours ago  by Darren Allan
O2 now has iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 up for pre-order
If you want to reserve one of Apple’s new tablets, you can, with tariffs starting at £21 per month for the iPad mini 3, and £24 for the full-size Air 2.

EU and China resolve differences over year-long Huawei row

15 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
EU and China resolve differences over year-long Huawei row
China has agreed to discuss limiting the amount of support or state aid that it gives companies in exchange for the EU not imposing sanctions on exports from the country.

OnePlus One available for pre-order 27 October

16 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
OnePlus One available for pre-order 27 October
The handset, which promises a premium Android experience at an affordable price, was previously only available through an invite system, but should now be more accessible.