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Could acquiring Cyanogen solve Microsoft's smartphone image problem?

9 hours ago  by Mark Wilson
Could acquiring Cyanogen solve Microsoft's smartphone image problem?
Microsoft desperately needs to gain some smartphone credibility, and we discuss whether a rumoured acquisition or partnership with Cyanogen could provide this.

Why the big rush for drones like Google’s Project Wing and Amazon’s Prime Air?

12 hours ago  by Joe Jejune
Why the big rush for drones like Google’s Project Wing and Amazon’s Prime Air?
Google X is now building a delivery drone system – and we say enough is enough! What is this fascination with airborne delivery all about?

What you can expect from Windows 9 (codename Threshold)

13 hours ago  by Wayne Williams
What you can expect from Windows 9 (codename Threshold)
Microsoft is looking to turn things around with the next version of Windows, following Windows 8’s lacklustre reception. Here’s everything you need to know about Threshold.

Why Apple’s next smartphone should be called the iPhone Air, not iPhone 6

15 hours ago  by Joe Wilcox
Why Apple’s next smartphone should be called the iPhone Air, not iPhone 6
The invites are out, and so the march of the lemmings towards 9 September begins. Apple would be wise not to disappoint at its big launch event, and should name its next handset the iPhone Air.

Changing consumption habits are forcing businesses to rethink how IT should support business transformation

29 Aug 2014  by Tien Tzuo
Changing consumption habits are forcing businesses to rethink how IT should support business transformation
In today's society our needs are being fulfilled by services, rather than one-off purchases. Gradually, we are all becoming a part of what we call the "subscription economy".

Picking out potential payment pitfalls

29 Aug 2014  by Paul Thomalla
Picking out potential payment pitfalls
Paul Thomalla, senior vice president and general manager EMEA of ACI Worldwide, discusses the current state of the payment industry and the problems surrounding the new technology.
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Twitter’s analytics dashboard: Will anyone really use it except maybe trolls?

29 Aug 2014  by Guy Wright
Twitter’s analytics dashboard: Will anyone really use it except maybe trolls?
Twitter has made its analytics available to all users and not just advertisers, but is the social network simply giving the average user too much information?

Battle of the smartwatches heats up: Has Samsung’s Gear S got the formula right?

29 Aug 2014  by Guy Wright
Battle of the smartwatches heats up: Has Samsung’s Gear S got the formula right?
Never mind the iWatch, Samsung and LG have both just unveiled new smartwatches which are impressive looking pieces of tech.

The data capacity gap: Why the world is running out of storage space

29 Aug 2014  by Mark Whitby
The data capacity gap: Why the world is running out of storage space
Humans are creating too much data for the world to handle. Allegedly, by 2016 the world's data centres will be pushed to their limit. What's the world to do?

Premier League transfer deadline day: The tech behind the deals

29 Aug 2014  by Mark Law
Premier League transfer deadline day: The tech behind the deals
The Premier League has has made great technological strides on the pitch; now we need to kick the boardroom into the 21st century.

Mobile app of the day: Handcent SMS

29 Aug 2014  by Sandra Vogel
Mobile app of the day: Handcent SMS
If you spend a lot of time texting, you deserve an app that works well. Handcent SMS is a popular choice and it has just been updated.