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More women in IT would add £2.6b to UK economy every year

44 minutes ago  by Jamie Hinks
More women in IT would add £2.6b to UK economy every year
A survey that examined the numbers of women in IT showed that 59 per cent of IT decision makers think that a higher representation of females would benefit their company.

HTC One M8 relies on loyal customers to boost upgrades

1 hour ago  by Jamie Hinks
HTC One M8 relies on loyal customers to boost upgrades
A consumer survey on the trade in habits of HTC One M8 owners found that 46.18 per cent of owners upgraded from an existing HTC handset – 13.24 per cent trading in an HTC One.

Apple’s iPhone may be driving record profits now – but the future is still uncertain

1 hour ago  by Sebastian Anthony
Apple’s iPhone may be driving record profits now – but the future is still uncertain
Apple’s latest quarterly earnings report showed an unexpected rise in iPhone sales, but Cupertino really needs to release a new market-defining product before long.

How third parties bring threats onto your network

2 hours ago  by Paul Cooper
How third parties bring threats onto your network
ITProPortal spoke to Brian Foster, the CTO of Damballa and a veteran of Symantec and McAfee about what the new landscape of security, and why third parties could be the weak link in your security.

A look inside Nokia's Here mapping headquarters

2 hours ago  by Doug Newcomb
A look inside Nokia's Here mapping headquarters
We visited the HQ of Nokia Here in downtown Chicago, to take a look at what they’re working on, and how it’s important for the future of autonomous vehicles.

OnePlus One: Hands-on preview

3 hours ago  by Sascha Segan
OnePlus One: Hands-on preview
The OnePlus One smartphone promises a Galaxy S5-class experience for a mere £229. We got the chance to check it out, and see if this phablet is as promising as it sounds.

China sticks with Windows XP to avoid the cost of upgrades

4 hours ago  by Alex Hamilton
China sticks with Windows XP to avoid the cost of upgrades
The Chinese government has decided that it will stick with using Windows XP as the operating system of choice, rather than upgrading to a newer platform. The decision, it says, its to avoid costs.

Could the iPhone 6 have a curved display?

5 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Could the iPhone 6 have a curved display?
Rounded edges and a slightly curved screen are the order of the day, at least according to a source who talked to a Japanese blog.

Top tech icons: The women breaking gender boundaries

6 hours ago  by Paul Cooper
Top tech icons: The women breaking gender boundaries
In honour of international Girls in ICT Day, ITProPortal has put together a definitive list of women who have climbed to the top of multinational companies and changed the face of the tech world.

Slowest broadband streets in the UK named

6 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Slowest broadband streets in the UK named
The two most sluggish broadband areas are in Essex and Wales, with an average connection speed of 0.6Mbps according to Uswitch.com.

IBM unveils Power8 processors to challenge Intel’s x86 server dominance

7 hours ago  by Darren Allan
IBM unveils Power8 processors to challenge Intel’s x86 server dominance
IBM is going for a major push with its new big data crunching Power8 technology, twinned with the muscle of the OpenPower Foundation.