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How to create a bootable Apple OS X 10.10 Yosemite USB drive

4 minutes ago  by Mihaita Bamburic
How to create a bootable Apple OS X 10.10 Yosemite USB drive
There are times when you may want to avoid using App Store or the built-in recovery mode to install OS X 10.10 Yosemite. So, Apple continues to give you the option of creating a bootable USB drive.

Apple’s iPhone 6 drives UK consumer spending to three-year high

32 minutes ago  by Darren Allan
Apple’s iPhone 6 drives UK consumer spending to three-year high
September saw a massive boost in consumer spending on electronics, with the Samsung Galaxy Alpha helping the new iPhones, not to mention low inflation.

Ignore these five essential tips for staying safe online at your peril

34 minutes ago  by Mark Wilson
Ignore these five essential tips for staying safe online at your peril
With all the security scandals of late, we've put together a handy guide on how to stay safe online, broken down into five essential stages.

TechCrunch Disrupt Europe 2014: News, photos and the Startup Battlefield live from London

44 minutes ago  by Team ITPP
TechCrunch Disrupt Europe 2014: News, photos and the Startup Battlefield live from London
The agenda looks very pretty indeed, featuring the likes of Michael Acton Smith, Neelie Kroes, Waze, Raspberry Pi, a couple of Tech City celebs and some of the most promising startups around.

Take control of your spending with Pennies: A clean, crisp app with no graphs

1 hour ago  by Sandra Vogel
Take control of your spending with Pennies: A clean, crisp app with no graphs
Pennies shows that money management apps don’t have to be complex and bloated with reporting features, rather they can be clean, simple to use, and flexible.

Belligerent Apple solders RAM into new Mac mini making upgrades impossible

1 hour ago  by Mark Wilson
Belligerent Apple solders RAM into new Mac mini making upgrades impossible
Apple has taken steps that mean it is impossible for buyers to install more memory on its brand new Mac mini computer announced last week.

The Apple iPad Air 2 is proof that tablets are dying

2 hours ago  by Wayne Williams
The Apple iPad Air 2 is proof that tablets are dying
Tablet sales are slowing, and a large chunk of the reason for that can be laid squarely at Apple’s door, or at least that's what Wayne Williams thinks.

How enterprise storage has coped with 30 years of data growth

22 hours ago  by Warren Reid
How enterprise storage has coped with 30 years of data growth
Today, we are accustomed to talking about terabytes and even exabytes when it comes to our data storage needs. But 30 years ago things were very different.

Google Nexus 6 pitches up on the Play Store

18 Oct 2014  by Darren Allan
Google Nexus 6 pitches up on the Play Store
Google now has the Nexus 6 on the Play Store over in the US, but we’re still awaiting confirmation of the UK price.

Right to be remembered: BBC to publish list of articles removed from Google

17 Oct 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Right to be remembered: BBC to publish list of articles removed from Google
The head of editorial policy at the BBC, David Jordan, told a meeting convened by Google that the company will produce a list of articles that have been removed from the search engine.

Lenovo unveils ThinkCentre all-in-one, another ‘Tiny’ PC and affordable desktop tower

17 Oct 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Lenovo unveils ThinkCentre all-in-one, another ‘Tiny’ PC and affordable desktop tower
Three new computers have been unveiled that all target different parts of the enterprise sector and can be personalised to fit the requirements of the company involved.