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The best free security and encryption software

13 hours ago  by Eric Griffith
The best free security and encryption software
There’s no such thing as a free lunch? Don’t believe a word of it, not when it comes to the world of security software, anyway.

Good Friday special: Tech's most painful crucifixions

15 hours ago  by Paul Cooper
Good Friday special: Tech's most painful crucifixions
As Good Friday comes, and Christians remember the most famous crucifixion, we look back at the most painful crucifixions in the world of tech: embarrassing firings and verbal smack-downs galore!

How to make your own Ethernet cables

16 hours ago  by Samara Lynn, PJ Jacobowitz
How to make your own Ethernet cables
Want to knock up your own network cables? We’ll show you what equipment you need, and how to do so in seven easy steps.

How a scale-out storage approach can give SMEs the edge

17 hours ago  by Aatif Sulleyman
How a scale-out storage approach can give SMEs the edge
On the whole, SMEs have been keen to move their business operations to the cloud, while larger enterprises are strongly committed to their existing - possibly outdated - infrastructure.

Steve Jobs, Microsoft, Yahoo and Google: Tech's top 10 Judas moments

18 hours ago  by Aatif Sulleyman
Steve Jobs, Microsoft, Yahoo and Google: Tech's top 10 Judas moments
Unfortunately in tech, decent morals are sometimes replaced with questionable - but certainly effective - tactics, in order to gain an advantage over rivals. However, it does make terrific reading.

The best Easter Eggs hidden in the web

20 hours ago  by Alysia Judge
The best Easter Eggs hidden in the web
The Internet is riddled with Easter eggs that take time and effort to unearth. Thankfully, ITProPortal have taken the time to find them for you.

Mobile app of the day: PhotoCast for Chromecast

21 hours ago  by Sandra Vogel
Mobile app of the day: PhotoCast for Chromecast
Whizz photos from the small screen of your phone to the large screen of your TV with consummate ease (via a Chromecast dongle).

G-Cloud sales reach £150m, SMBs continue to dominate

17 Apr 2014  by Jamie Hinks
G-Cloud sales reach £150m, SMBs continue to dominate
Figures released by the government show that the amount spent since the service’s inception reach £154.6 million by the end of March and SMBs accounted for 60 per cent of the total.

Canada arrests world’s first Heartbleed hacker

17 Apr 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Canada arrests world’s first Heartbleed hacker
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police [RCMP] arrested a 19-year-old man for stealing around 900 social insurance numbers from the Canadian Revenue Agency [CRA].

Virgin Media apologises after email faux pas leaks thousands of addresses

17 Apr 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Virgin Media apologises after email faux pas leaks thousands of addresses
The company sent out a message that allowed any recipient to send a message to all those that received the email, using the “reply all” option.

Kindle for Samsung lands on Android 4.0 devices

17 Apr 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Kindle for Samsung lands on Android 4.0 devices
Samsung and Amazon have worked together on the new app that includes 12 free eBooks a year and gives smartphone and tablet owners access to Kindle’s complete service.