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The cream of today's ITProPortal crop, including the creation of a new online child abuse strategy and Google's bid to keep the Chromebook brand alive.
The chip giant appears to have joined the wearable computing craze with new display devices undergoing testing, along with technology that pre-emptively knows when you want to use it.
Cloud-based versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Premiere and more get hundreds of new features in massive update.
It has been agreed that, going forward, the IWF, which will receive an extra £1 million in funding, will begin to proactively search for and block online child pornography.