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Tackling the connected future, the right way

2 hours ago  by Mat Keep
Tackling the connected future, the right way
The Internet of Things represents a considerable opportunity, but businesses need an infrastructure that affords the flexibility, agility and scalability to meet the changes of this new era.

Digital skills policy requires “systemic approach” says charity

2 hours ago  by Emily Garthwaite
Digital skills policy requires “systemic approach” says charity
UK digital skills charity Citizens Online has called upon the government to change the way it provides skills training and support for the 6.8m adults in the country not yet online.

Ocado launches free Code For Life tool to help 130,000 apprehensive primary school teachers

21 Jul 2014  by Jamie Hinks
Ocado launches free Code For Life tool to help 130,000 apprehensive primary school teachers
The online supermarket has brought the initiative to life due to the fact that almost two thirds of primary school teachers are concerned at a skills gap.

Snowden may end up in Guantanamo Bay... and he "can live with that"

18 Jul 2014  by Miles Bulloch
Snowden may end up in Guantanamo Bay... and he "can live with that"
Edward Snowden says he would not be scared to end up in chains at military prison Guantanamo Bay, and shares his view on being labelled a Russian spy.

FCC net neutrality debate receives over one million comments

18 Jul 2014  by Barclay Ballard
FCC net neutrality debate receives over one million comments
As the debate over an open Internet gathers pace, the issue looks set to break a number of online records, with it already being the most digitally commented on subject in FCC history.

Ed Vaizey is now new “Minister For Digital Industries” - so what does that mean?

18 Jul 2014  by Emily Garthwaite
Ed Vaizey is now new “Minister For Digital Industries” - so what does that mean?
In this week's Cabinet reshuffle, Prime Minister David Cameron announced that Ed Vaizey would be taking the role of “Minister responsible for digital industries," which is a brand new role.

Newcastle squares up to government: "You need to rethink your digital skills approach"

18 Jul 2014  by Emily Garthwaite
Newcastle squares up to government: "You need to rethink your digital skills approach"
In its submission to the Labour Digital Government Review, Newcastle City Council has called upon the Government Digital Service (GDS) to revamp its approach to digital inclusion.

UK launches Friendly WiFi accreditation scheme to protect users from inappropriate content

17 Jul 2014  by Jamie Hinks
UK launches Friendly WiFi accreditation scheme to protect users from inappropriate content
Any premises that is committed to protecting those using its services from inappropriate content can now display a logo that proves that.

Microsoft's Bing follows Google in "right to be forgotten" ruling

17 Jul 2014  by Barclay Ballard
Microsoft's Bing follows Google in "right to be forgotten" ruling
In order to abide with the controversial new ruling by the European Court of Justice, Bing has launched its own form where users can request the removal of search results.

"Prostitute" accused of Google executive's manslaughter pleads not guilty

17 Jul 2014  by Miles Bulloch
"Prostitute" accused of Google executive's manslaughter pleads not guilty
Alix Tichelman, whom police say is a high-priced prostitute, is alleged to be involved in the heroin-overdose death of a Google executive aboard his yacht.

British cyber-jihadist Babar Ahmad jailed in US

17 Jul 2014  by Miles Bulloch
British cyber-jihadist Babar Ahmad jailed in US
Following a decade of legal wrangles, the British computer expert who assisted Taliban terrorists receives a 12-and-a-half-year jail term from a US court.