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A closer look at IBM’s Power8 and OpenPower Foundation: Taking aim at Intel’s x86 server monopoly

20 minutes ago  by Sebastian Anthony
A closer look at IBM’s Power8 and OpenPower Foundation: Taking aim at Intel’s x86 server monopoly
We discuss IBM’s pincer attack on Intel’s server monopoly, and whether Power8 could really be a viable alternative to the x86 route.

Google lashes out at rival Apple by funding Samsung in legal patent battle

57 minutes ago  by Stephanie Mlot
Google lashes out at rival Apple by funding Samsung in legal patent battle
The ongoing patent battle between Apple and Samsung has roped in another major player, Google, who has offered to pay some of Samsung's legal costs. But why?

Mobile app of the day: Mailbox

1 hour ago  by Sandra Vogel
Mobile app of the day: Mailbox
Mailbox can help you quickly organise and sort email so that it's easier to deal with, and you can become more efficient.

Google unveils Street View’s very own ‘time machine’

11 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Google unveils Street View’s very own ‘time machine’
Street View for Maps now includes the ability to view historical photos of locations across the world and various landmarks can be seen across the years.

71% of businesses failing on enterprise-grade collaboration

12 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
71% of businesses failing on enterprise-grade collaboration
Employees are increasingly turning to consumer level tools to collaborate with external partners due to the fact that there are simply not enough business-grade alternatives on offer.

Pocket Printer reaches Kickstarter target of $435,000

12 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Pocket Printer reaches Kickstarter target of $435,000
Zuta Labs’ Pocket Printer has hit its target on the crowd-funding site and it will now go into full production despite many doubting its future success due to the slow speed it prints at.

Apple patches yet another SSL flaw in iOS and OSX

13 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Apple patches yet another SSL flaw in iOS and OSX
The new updates repair various different vulnerabilities with the chief problem involving a bug that affects SSL connections that could be easily intercepted in both iOS and OSX.

Apple takes 55% of UK impressions, bucks Android’s global lead

13 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Apple takes 55% of UK impressions, bucks Android’s global lead
Figures from Opera Mediaworks showed that UK consumers are more likely to look at ads inside apps with twice as many consuming ads in this way compared to those around the world.

Twitter users start moving to Facebook-esque profiles

15 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Twitter users start moving to Facebook-esque profiles
Users of Twitter can start to use the revamped version of Twitter immediately and work out how to use new features such as the ability to “Pin” a Tweet to the top of the profile page.

Bring your own Internet of Things: The hottest new business trend?

15 hours ago  by Rick Delgado
Bring your own Internet of Things: The hottest new business trend?
As businesses get ahead of the trends and learn to maximise the benefits while effectively addressing the potential problems, they'll be well-prepared to make big strides in the coming decades.

How to back up your blog

15 hours ago  by Jill Duffy
How to back up your blog
If you maintain a blog, it’s worth backing that content up just in case your service is affected by some manner of compromise, or even shut down.