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Good Friday special: Tech's most painful crucifixions

18 Apr 2014  by Paul Cooper
Good Friday special: Tech's most painful crucifixions
As Good Friday comes, and Christians remember the most famous crucifixion, we look back at the most painful crucifixions in the world of tech: embarrassing firings and verbal smack-downs galore!

The best Easter Eggs hidden in the web

18 Apr 2014  by Alysia Judge
The best Easter Eggs hidden in the web
The Internet is riddled with Easter eggs that take time and effort to unearth. Thankfully, ITProPortal have taken the time to find them for you.

Major BitCoin exchange MtGox taken down by Japanese court

17 Apr 2014  by Alex Hamilton
Major BitCoin exchange MtGox taken down by Japanese court
A Bitcoin exchange that at one point was among the world’s largest has been put into administration by a Japanese court following a hack that lost it £300m in coins.

Newspaper tycoon: Google is building a superstate that threatens the future of Europe

17 Apr 2014  by Paul Cooper
Newspaper tycoon: Google is building a superstate that threatens the future of Europe
Google is running a “protection racket” designed to build its own digital “superstate”, according to Mathias Döpfner, the man behind some of Europe’s best-selling newspapers.

"Could trying to fix Heartbleed slow down the Internet?" experts worry

16 Apr 2014  by Alex Hamilton
"Could trying to fix Heartbleed slow down the Internet?" experts worry
The sheer number of sites attempting to revoke and reissue their security certificates following the reveal of Heartbleed could have an effect on the speed of browsers, say analysts.

BT and Microsoft buddy up in "seamless" Azure connections deal

16 Apr 2014  by Alex Hamilton
BT and Microsoft buddy up in "seamless" Azure connections deal
BT and Microsoft have come together to offer consumers a secure bypass through the public Internet to Microsoft's Azure cloud service - offering increased stability and security.

Canadian social security numbers stolen using heartbleed bug

15 Apr 2014  by Dan Raywood
Canadian social security numbers stolen using heartbleed bug
The Heartbleed took a major turn last night, as it was revealed that at least two websites have suffered breaches as a result of the vulnerability.

Game of Drones: Google clashes with Facebook over drone manufacturer Titan Aerospace

15 Apr 2014  by Angela Moscaritolo
Game of Drones: Google clashes with Facebook over drone manufacturer Titan Aerospace
It looks like Google is the latest tech giant entering the game of drones. The Web giant on Monday confirmed it has agreed to purchase drone maker Titan Aerospace for an undisclosed sum.

Could big data end our drought problems?

14 Apr 2014  by Gil Allouche
Could big data end our drought problems?
Globally, people are beginning to realise they can’t continue using resources, especially water, with such abandon as they have in the past. But could big data solve our problems in the future?

Report: Half of all Twitter accounts are silent stalkers

14 Apr 2014  by David Murphy
Report: Half of all Twitter accounts are silent stalkers
According to the social media site, approximately 44 per cent of Twitter's 947 million accounts or so have never sent a single tweet.

Ask the expert: 5. What's the future of mobile security?

14 Apr 2014  by Paul Cooper
Ask the expert: 5. What's the future of mobile security?
Cyber criminals today are using mobile malware to steal business secrets, and it’s up to you to keep your personal data and the data of your business secure. Security expert David Em tells us how.