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A US judge has placed regulations on the agreements Apple can make with book publishers in an attempt to block the price of e-books being fixed.
Following the impending release of the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, reports suggest that Apple may be set to further diversify its smartphone portfolio with the iPhone 6 potentially a 6in phablet.
A Trojan targeting Android devices is being spread via botnets held inside the malware of other cyber criminals, an investigation into the Obad.a Trojan has revealed.
The NSA and GCHQ are able to break the majority of the world's online encryption through partnerships with Internet companies, influencing encryption standards and "brute force".
Users on the iPhone can now browse and preview their files in the same card-style thumbnail layout as those on Android with search functionality also improved.
Bitcoin companies have asked the UK government to introduce regulation for the digital currency to make business use easier and help promote economic growth.
Bing has updated its news aggregator to include topics and stories that are trending on Facebook and Twitter, as well as other aggregator and news sites on the web.
China Telecom has confirmed the dual release of the iPhone 5S and 5C in the country through a post on China's Twitter equivalent Sina Weibo.
Google owned Motorola Mobility has been ordered to pay Microsoft around $14.5m (£9.3m) in damages by a US judge after it was ruled that the company was licensing its patents at an unreasonable rate.
Mozilla is offering a free Firefox OS smartphone to any app developers who have created an HTML5 iOS or Android app, if they port it for Firefox Marketplace.
Two contrasting social apps - Path and Highlight - are to be among the first apps available on the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
Toshiba researchers have developed a major breakthrough in quantum cryptography - the use of quantum mechanics to encrypt data - which could revolutionise the way sensitive material is protected.
IT management service Adapt is to offer Desktone's cloud based virtual desktop-as-a-service (Daas) to its customers.
ARM has announced the purchase of electronic design firm Cadence's PANTA display controller core technology in a move to boost battery life in smartphones that use its processors.
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A controversial government plan to create a vast database containing patients' records and medical details is set to be advanced by a £1 billion technology fund, it has been announced.
Kodak has completed its re-emergence from bankruptcy as transformed company that will concentrate on business solutions, after completing the sale of the last of its customer facing entities.
MPs, Lords and Parliamentary staff have attempted to access online pornography over 300,000 times in the last year, official figures suggest.
The Xbox One will be available form 22 November 2013, in the UK as well as 12 other initial launch markets, Microsoft has revealed.
Google has confirmed that they will be launching an app store for Google Glass next year, no additionally details have been revealed.
HP has announced it is set to offer its solution for SAP HANA in a pay monthly subscription model, allowing businesses to use the big data service without having to pay out a large one off fee.
Microsoft plans to drop its masters and architect level certification programme from 1 October, with enrolment already ceased, in a move that has generated strong protest from IT professionals.
Twilio, a leading cloud communications firm, has announced that it will be bringing the first TwilioCon Europe conference to London on 21 October.
A British firm has developed the world's thinnest keyboard which can be placed on any surface, transforming it into a touch sensitive pad.