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HP introduces new range of LaserJet Pro printers for SMBs that keep cloud data secure

1 hour ago  by Jamie Hinks
HP introduces new range of LaserJet Pro printers for SMBs that keep cloud data secure
Two multi-function printers and a regular printer are part of the brand new range that promises enhanced productivity and to keep confidential data secure even in the cloud.

Apple winding down Beats Music streaming service as we know it

2 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Apple winding down Beats Music streaming service as we know it
It’s reported that the music streaming service is ready to shut after Apple decided to rebrand the service as part of the acquisition it made back in May.

Amazon hit by more strikes in Germany following wage dispute

5 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
Amazon hit by more strikes in Germany following wage dispute
Employees at four of Amazon’s distribution centres in Germany have staged a co-ordinated strike after the company refused to hold wage talks that place it line with other retailers.

Adobe’s Aviary purchase looks to bring Photoshop-style editing to more apps

8 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
Adobe’s Aviary purchase looks to bring Photoshop-style editing to more apps
The acquisition will provide a boost to the firm’s strategy of developing its Creative Cloud into a platform for third-party apps, by providing new software development kits.

As Nintendo celebrates its 125th birthday, what must it do to reach 150?

8 hours ago  by Natalie Meyer
As Nintendo celebrates its 125th birthday, what must it do to reach 150?
Despite a long and varied history of innovation, Nintendo has suffered poor sales of late with the Wii U. How on earth can it stay relevant in an increasingly contested market?

HTC re-enters tablet market with Google’s Nexus 9

9 hours ago  by Barclay Ballard
HTC re-enters tablet market with Google’s Nexus 9
It was thought that HTC had left the tablet market, but sources indicate that it has been chosen to manufacture the next Nexus device, as Google looks to build a broad base of partners.

Small businesses aren't well enough prepared for when disaster strikes

10 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Small businesses aren't well enough prepared for when disaster strikes
While the vast majority of large companies tend to have a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) in place, a new report shows small firms are seriously lacking on this front.

Rapid iOS 8 adoption gives Apple yet another reason to be the smuggest company on earth

11 hours ago  by Aatif Sulleyman
Rapid iOS 8 adoption gives Apple yet another reason to be the smuggest company on earth
Apple is one of the hottest brands on the planet but, to paraphrase the Streets, my gosh doesn't it know it. Unfortunately though, the company has just been given another great reason to gloat.

LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner on how to be a great boss

12 hours ago  by Aatif Sulleyman
LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner on how to be a great boss
Weiner this week revealed some of the business acumen that has seen him rated by Glassdoor as the number one CEO in the world.

Why product rumours are Apple's secret weapon

13 hours ago  by Joe Wilcox
Why product rumours are Apple's secret weapon
Apple's longstanding perchant for secrecy is legendary. It's also a myth. Granted, the company has a strict no-comment policy about future products, but that's part of the key to its success.

Google admits defeat, finally drops compulsory Google+

22 Sep 2014  by Zak Thomas
Google admits defeat, finally drops compulsory Google+
Whilst the company still encourages users to sign up for Google+ it now has a "No thanks" button when offering the service during the sign up procedure for its products.