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Apple's iMessage service has seen an explosion of spam and phishing scams over the past year, with iMessage spam now accounting for 34 per cent of mobile spam.
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Microsoft has begun moving two data centres and "thousands of servers" onto their flagship Azure cloud platform, in a move towards shifting all of Microsoft's services into the cloud.
Gartner released a statement today about the near future of 3D printing. The tech analysts have concluded a report on the timescale for mainstream adoption of 3D printing in various fields.
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DARPA, the research and development team for the US military, have released details of its plan to "break the 'more armour' paradigm," with regards to tank design.
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A recent study has found that emerging markets prefer smartphones with screens larger than 5in. The study found that smartphones were users' main means of Internet access.
Microsoft and Samsung have begun discussions to settle their recent patent dispute that erupted following Samsung's refusal to pay interest on royalty payments to Microsoft.
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Havard scientists have developed the "first thousand-robot flash mob," using a simple algorithm a thousand tiny robots can complete a task without further human input.
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Gartner have released a report urging people to either install Windows 8 when they can, skip Windows 8 entirely, or install Windows 8 on all machines now.
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Three of the men behind the app that had us showing off how cool our new iPhone 4 was have announced a next-gen AI that will have "almost limitless capacities."
Images of Samsung's rumoured VR headset have been leaked, suggesting that the headset will be announced alongside the Galaxy S5 at this years IFA expo.
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Apple discussions with healthcare professionals have resulted in worries relating to the safety of users' medical data and the legal issues surrounding medical data.
Labour strategists have had a "fundamental rethinking" of how the UK should be governed, following a three month review into how the web can be utilised by constituents.
Chris Dixon, a general partner at Andressen Horowitz, has announced that alongside £30 million in new funding, he will join BuzzFeed's board of directors.
Statistics have revealed that users of Microsoft's Windows 8.x operating system have fallen for the second month in a row yet Microsoft remains optimistic about users adopting Windows 8.
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