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Startup spotlight Korea: Soso, the mind-reading headset

23 minutes ago  by Paul Cooper
Startup spotlight Korea: Soso, the mind-reading headset
In this article, we profile mind-reading games interface company Soso, and ask them why brain-controlled devices could be the future.

BitTorrent sends Bleep alpha programme public to Android and Mac users

2 hours ago  by Alan Buckingham
BitTorrent sends Bleep alpha programme public to Android and Mac users
Chat has become popular on many platforms, from computers to mobile, but BitTorrent has a client that seems to be changing how this all works by removing cloud storage from the equation.

Mozilla expands into Asia with Bangladesh release of Firefox OS

3 hours ago  by Alan Buckingham
Mozilla expands into Asia with Bangladesh release of Firefox OS
There's one more smartphone platform on the market, although it's far behind the big, established names, as Mozilla targets emerging markets with the release of Firefox OS.

wwWomen launches in Newcastle to empower local businesswomen for future success

11 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
wwWomen launches in Newcastle to empower local businesswomen for future success
A raft of government funding has been provided for the project that includes free events, master classes and workshops that are all led by leading digital lights.

Microsoft schedules second swathe of cuts for Thursday

13 hours ago  by Jamie Hinks
Microsoft schedules second swathe of cuts for Thursday
A further round of job cuts that are part of a previously announced 18,000 redundancies will be carried out on Thursday in order to continue targeting big savings.

Today’s tech: Apple poaches Android users, the best way to develop apps and WikiLeaks releases positive malware

15 hours ago  by Nathan Chai
Today’s tech: Apple poaches Android users, the best way to develop apps and WikiLeaks releases positive malware
The best of ITProPortal news including: Apple's renewed attack on Android market share, the agile/waterfall debate finally gets settled, and WikiLeaks releases government-owned malware into the wild.

Most disruptive near-future technologies include Internet of Things and 3D printing

20 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Most disruptive near-future technologies include Internet of Things and 3D printing
The results from the 2014 KPMG Global Technology Innovation survey are in, and it indicates that the biggest revenue driving force over the next few years will be the IoT.

Dixons Carphone readies itself to break into FTSE 100

21 hours ago  by Nathan Chai
Dixons Carphone readies itself to break into FTSE 100
Dixons Carphone is set to join the FTSE 100, following a strong Q1 performance, increasing market share, and the UK's recovering property market.

Why all businesses must prioritise technology, and embrace new ways of developing apps

21 hours ago  by Guy Wright
Why all businesses must prioritise technology, and embrace new ways of developing apps
We’ve got some thoughts fresh from the Mendix World 2014 conference, including the opinions of Mendix CEO Derek Roos who believes every IT department should be an ‘innovation department’.

Users are now the commodity, from social networks to Minecraft

23 hours ago  by Guy Wright
Users are now the commodity, from social networks to Minecraft
We discuss how the customer is now the commodity when it comes to search and social sites, not to mention Minecraft, and why Microsoft snapped the game up.

Insult to injury: Vodafone and EE allegedly interested in snaffling bits of Phones 4u

23 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Insult to injury: Vodafone and EE allegedly interested in snaffling bits of Phones 4u
The vultures are circling, looking at potential phone stock, and more seriously stores and staff – hopefully many jobs can be saved yet.