Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Future of work might not be so bleak

Technology won't eliminate good jobs, but it could exacerbate inequality

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Your Next Password May Be Stored in Your Shirt Cuff

This smart fabric doesn’t need electronics or batteries, but it can encode data readable by a magnetometer like the one in your phone.

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Google investigates mysterious vanishing files

Users say Google Docs files have been randomly flagged as violating terms of service.

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Malaysian data breach sees 46 million phone numbers leaked

The personal details of 46 million mobile subscribers are on the dark web.

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Maytag MVWB765FW review - CNET

The Maytag MVWB765FW top-load washing machine has a weird display panel, but its performance kind of makes up for it.

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Maytag MEDB755DW dryer review - CNET

Under this dryer's revamped skin lurks a flimsy chassis. Confusing controls don't help, but it does dry fast.

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Apple iPhone X Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET

The iPhone X hits stores Friday, Nov. 3 and we've got it early. Here are our current hands-on impressions, and all the news leading up to the release.

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YouTuber slams Hello World Live

Hello World Live apologises to fans after they were left disappointed at its live event.

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Big net firms invest in trans-Pacific cable project

The high-capacity cable will link big cities around the Pacific Rim and help net firms cut costs.

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Airbnb customer allegedly murdered in Melbourne

Three men are in custody charged with murder, and one is also accused of rape.

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Mobile software is replacing bank branches and cash as youngsters prefer apps

The need for bank branches and cash is reducing as younger generations turn to apps to manage finances and make payments

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Image recognition system clears cheques in one day

All cheques paid in the UK will be cleared on the next working day once an image-based clearing system is fully rolled out

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Mobile software is replacing bank branches and cash as youngsters prefer apps

The need for bank branches and cash is reducing as younger generations turn to apps to manage finances and make payments

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NHS to get open source API lab

NHS Digital plans on launching an API lab before the end of the year, with the goal accelerating development of interoperability in health and social care

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Spoofing of Dutch politicians causes heated debate

A report about how easy it is to spoof the email addresses of Dutch politicians causes wider security debate in the Netherlands

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How SME comms firm Zen became a global network business

Zen Systems, a family-run SME communications reseller based in Suffolk, is able to target multinational enterprise customers by working with enterprise network platform provider Interoute

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Researchers uncover strong trade in code-signing certificates

Illicit certificates are more expensive than counterfeit US passports, stolen credit cards and handguns on the dark web

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NotPetya tops list of worst ransomware attacks

NotPetya, WannaCry and other ransomware have caused unprecedented damage to businesses, infrastructure and users, say threat researchers

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Shell makes $200m saving with virtual learning environment

Royal Dutch Shell has saved hundreds of millions by replacing field trips with interactive training that allows employees to interact with geological formations from their computer screen

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Security Think Tank: Web opportunities must be met with appropriate security controls

What are the main web security challenges for organisations and how are they best addressed?

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Cyber security professionals urged to embrace AI and automation

IBM security intelligence head says professionals should embrace artificial intelligence and automation to ensure they do not become obsolete

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House of Fraser rolls out next-generation BI powered by MicroStrategy

New visualisation tools provide self-service to help retailer make business decisions more quickly

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Image recognition system clears cheques in one day

All cheques paid in the UK will be cleared on the next working day once an image-based clearing system is fully rolled out

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Deloitte sponsorship helps progress of Bletchley cyber school

Sponsorship will provide hundreds of places on online Qufaro CyberEPQ course

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'We must worry about artificial stupidity'

There are lots of worries over artificial intelligence being smart enough, says Prof Alan Winfield.

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'We just outlived LoveFilm'

DVD rental shop 21st Century Flicks is soldiering on as LoveFilm comes to an end.

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'I didn't realise it was going to be part of my entrapment'

Perpetrators of domestic violence are increasingly using technology to monitor and harass victims.

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North Korea calls UK WannaCry accusations 'wicked'

It comes after the UK said it was "as sure as possible" North Korea was behind a huge ransomware attack.

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Uber launches services for the elderly, differently-abled

Riders can request uberASSIST rides starting today

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Nokia 2 with 4100mAh battery now in India at Rs 7,500

The smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 212 chipset and features 5-inch LCD HD display with stock Android Nougat OS

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Samsung Electronics unveils new leadership line-up

The management overhaul comes after the South Korean tech giant posted record quarterly profits.

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Fixed-odds maximum bet 'could drop to £2'

Currently, some gambling machines allow punters to bet - and potentially lose - £100 every 20 seconds.

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Students cheated in £2m mobile phone scam

A gang are sentenced to up to six years in prison after conning people to set up fake phone contracts.

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Game studio CCP scales back virtual reality development

Development studios will shut and jobs will go as CCP cuts work on games playable in virtual reality.

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Amazon Echo (2nd generation) review: Better than the original, but not as important

Interested in voice-based home control? Buy an Echo Dot. Interested in multi-room audio? Buy a Sonos One.

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Indian consumers love to share personal data for better brand experience

There are various factors that can establish customer loyalty or cause a break-up: Vice President, Fast Growth Markets Marketing

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Ring Spotlight Cam review: Intruders can't hide in darkness with this camera on watch

This combo spotlight and security camera protects the most vulnerable areas outside your home after sundown.

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Did Russian-backed propaganda sway US voters?

Facebook says up to 126 million Americans may have seen it before and after last year's election.

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iPhone X debut: Will slow supply dampen Apple's hopes in India?

iPhone X, which marks the 10th anniversary of the device, costs Rs 89,000 for a 64 GB model

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Blue Planet II Brings a Deeper, More Reflective Look of Our Oceans

A sequel to the 16-year-old original, Blue Planet II takes us back underwater, giving us a glimpse at startling events and wildlife behaviour.

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OnePlus 5T leak hints slim bezels, 18:9 screen: Here's speculations roundup

Based on earlier reports, the OnePlus 5T is also believed to sport a big 6-inch Optic AMOLED screen in 18:9 aspect ratio format with FHD+ resolution

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After Trying the Desktop of the Future, I’m Sticking with the Past

Augmented reality may eventually help you work. But a few days with the Meta 2 headset suggest it has a ways to go.

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Russia-linked posts 'reached' 126m Facebook users in US

Facebook says 80,000 posts linked to Russia were produced before and after the US election in 2016.

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Study reveals employees’ fears over digital change

Many employees are fearful of the job risk associated with automation and company-wide digital transformation initiatives

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Checking in at Singapore's new airport terminal

At Singapore's Changi Airport, passengers using its new Terminal 4 can check in and board without having to talk to counter staff.

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Touch and feel

As Africa gets more connected, so online services increase but they cannot just be a carbon copy of Western tech.

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'Pay-to-play'

The social media giant is accused of making it harder to see news stories, with disastrous results.

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Technology firms must do more on extremism: World Economic Forum

The study from the Swiss nonprofit organisation adds to a chorus of calls for Silicon Valley to stem the spread of violent material from Islamic State militants

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Facebook stumbles with early effort to stamp out fake news

The flaws highlight a fundamental question that will be asked this week when internet companies testify in front of Congressional committees

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Russian organisations harness artificial intelligence

Russian organisations in multiple sectors are applying artificial intelligence to a wide range of tasks

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UK must speed up and skill up to co-drive fourth industrial revolution

UK manufacturing is falling behind the pack leaders in the revolution to apply digital technologies to industry, says a government-sponsored report led by Siemens’ UK CEO

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Messaging apps a growing business security risk, study shows

Businesses should introduce urgent policy changes to catch up with the reality of employees’ use of messaging apps, which is a growing security risk, say security researchers

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Monday, October 30, 2017

Plantronics BackBeat Fit 300 Series review - CNET

The affordable BackBeat Fit 300 gets a lot right, including the sound and fit, but has a small design flaw that makes it less than ideal for running.

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Smartphone use falls among young for first time

For the first time, those aged between 16-24 are spending slightly less time on their smart devices.

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Pioneer AVH-Z5050BT Release Date, Price and Specs - Roadshow

Perfect for if you have to work (and drive) with both phone platforms.

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Google 'drops everything' to fix burger emoji

Google's big cheese Sundar Pichai joked the company will 'drop everything' to fix their burger emoji

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Financial services CIOs above average for digital focus

IT leaders in the financial services sector realise they must undergo digital transformation as existing business models become outdated

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Financial services CIOs above average for digital focus

IT leaders in the financial services sector realise they must undergo digital transformation as existing business models become outdated

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Security Think Tank: Starter for 10 in the web security challenge

What are the main web security challenges for organisations and how are they best addressed?

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EU may struggle to prove cyber attack links, warns expert

EU governments are reportedly planning to respond to cyber attacks as an act of war, but a cyber security expert says links to nation states may be hard to prove

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Meath County Council CEO explains support for Facebook’s Irish datacentre expansion plans

Jackie Maguire, CEO of Meath County Council, shares details of the preparatory work the local authority has done to pave the way for Facebook to expand its Irish datacentre presence

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Heathrow to probe leak of security files

Heathrow is investigating how and why files containing security information were stored without any protection on a USB stick found by a member of the public

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Gigaclear ramps up broadband network build in Oxfordshire

More than 10,000 properties in rural Oxfordshire will get access to 1Gbps FTTP broadband by the end of 2019

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Container technologies for cloud-native apps

A deep dive exploring the layers that go into a container-based platform for enterprise applications

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Court dates set for Post Office accounting system trials

An end is in sight for sub-postmasters’ campaign against alleged wrongful prosecution, which they blame on a faulty computer system

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Is your phone listening in? Your stories

Facebook has denied using audio to target ads, but many people think it can happen.

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GenZe e202 Electric Bicycle Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET

GenZe's new electric bicycle has enough power to get you 20 miles without lifting a leg.

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YouTube tweaks advertising algorithm

More videos will get ads as YouTube updates the way it chooses which content gets monetised.

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Retailers anxiously await iPhone X supplies as demand soars in India

iPhone X is being advertised as arriving in India on November 3

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AfterShokz Trekz Air review - CNET

The new, slimmer version of the Trekz Titanium wireless headphone is more comfortable and sounds slightly better than its predecessor.

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'Wonder whether technology is eating our brain'

Former MP Charlotte Leslie on the use of technology and social media by voters and political parties.

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Apple engineer 'fired' over early iPhone X leak

The man was sacked after his daughter posted footage of the iPhone X before it was launched.

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HP Omen 17 review - CNET

Nvidia GeForce 1070 graphics in a 17-inch laptop for $1,700. Those numbers add up well.

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Heathrow probe after 'security files found on USB stick'

The airport launches an inquiry after a USB stick with security information is given to a newspaper.

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UK must prepare for fourth industrial revolution, says report

Digital technology could create hundreds of thousands of UK manufacturing jobs, a new report says.

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Trump ally Roger Stone suspended from Twitter

The ex-Trump adviser sent abusive tweets to journalists on Twitter but says he will sue the network.

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Videocon Metal Pro 2 Review

The Videocon Metal Pro 2 is an entry-level smartphone that boasts of some decent specs on paper. But is it your best bet?

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Samsung Galaxy J5 gets new security patch: Here's why it is important

The update addresses Blueborne vulnerability and is currently rolling out to Galaxy J5 users in Europe via over the air (OTA)

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Thor: Ragnarok Is a Joyous Romp That Makes Thor Fun

The third standalone film for the god of thunder finds him going up against the goddess of death, in a bid to save Asgard.

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Assassin's Creed Origins PC Performance Review

Is Assassin’s Creed Origins worth buying on PC? We tell you in our Assassin’s Creed Origins PC performance review.

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L&T, Godrej, HAL, Isro to sign pact to build PSLV rockets

There is a huge spurt in demand to launch smaller satellites, those as light as 1 kg, with a lifespan of two to three years

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Sunday, October 29, 2017

That Facebook quiz might not be so innocent

Political consultants can target voters discreetly through social media

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Acer Swift 1 review - CNET

What the Swift 1 lacks in performance it makes up for in battery life, good looks and a low price.

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This iPhone-based ultrasound device can diagnose cancer at home

Developed by Connecticut-based start-up Butterfly Network, the pocket sized device works by shooting sound into the body and capturing the echoes.

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InFocus Turbo 5 Plus Review

The InFocus Turbo 5 Plus offers dual rear cameras and Android 7 for under Rs. 10,000. But is it really worth your money? We review.

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Tech stocks soar to new highs after glowing earnings reports

The web is pulling in more shoppers, advertisers, businesses

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Saturday, October 28, 2017

2018 Volkswagen Atlas review - Roadshow

VW’s largest vehicle is a fine choice, but lacks any excitement or emotion.

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Roku Streaming Stick Plus review - CNET

With more of what you need and less of what you don't, Roku's latest streamer tops the competition with high-value features you'll actually use.

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Assassin's Creed Origins Review

After skipping a year, Assassin’s Creed Origins marks the return of Assassin’s Creed and it’s been worth the wait despite some minor issues. Find out why in our Assassin’s Creed Origins review.

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Corsair Neutron NX500 SSD Review

The Corsair Neutron NX500 SSD is priced significantly higher than today's top performers, and we're going to find out whether it's worth that much.

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Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander for iOS Review

This iOS port of a PC game brings together science fiction, base building, crew management, space battles, and diplomacy.

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Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus Review

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus is one of the better shooters of 2017. Find out why, in our Wolfenstein 2 review.

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Facebook denies 'listening' to conversations

An executive was responding to a tweet asking about ads which seem to be linked to real-life conversations.

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Facebook to disclose more on political ads

Political advertisers will have to verify their identity and their posts will carry a disclosure.

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Friday Smart Lock review - CNET

Friday Labs crowdfunded its first effort at a retrofit smart lock. The result is an eye-catching $249 lock with less than stellar smarts.

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Nordea lays off 6,000, citing digital transformation as the driver

Nordea is cutting staff as a result of its ongoing digital transformation, which means it needs less people

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Diversify security controls to maximise protection, says McAfee

Organisations should ensure that in layering various security controls, the degree of alignment is not too great, warns McAfee CTO

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iPhone X delivery delayed by weeks

Analysts have cautioned that production of the phone was below target due to difficulties in producing TrueDepth camera system

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Cloud computing drives growth for big US tech firms

Amazon Web Services is still delivering far more revenue than any of its peers

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Friday, October 27, 2017

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus review: No other game could pull this off

Netgear Nighthawk Mobile Hotspot Router Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET

The Netgear Nighthawk Mobile Hotspot Router has tons of features, like 5G Evolution speeds and 24-hour battery life. It even acts like a router, connecting up to 20 Wi-Fi devices.

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Assassin's Creed Origins PC Performance Review

Is Assassin’s Creed Origins worth buying on PC? We tell you in our Assassin’s Creed Origins PC performance review.

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Sony Xperia R1 Plus, R1 mid-segment smartphones launched in India

Xperia R1 Plus and R1, which will be manufactured in India, will be available in black and silver colours

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London councils tackle housing fraud with data science

London's local authorities have a fraud problem with Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) and are using data science to combat it, with help from Nesta, The Greater London Authority and ASI Data Science

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Consumer identity management will benefit business

Businesses should embrace consumer identity management to improve marketing capabilities and help drive regulatory compliance, says KuppingerCole

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Microsoft propels Dynamics and Azure growth in Q1 2018 earnings

The company reports revenue increase in cloud, Azure and Dynamics, with LinkedIn integration starting to show why Microsoft paid $23bn for the professional network

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Almost 70% of teachers think they do not have the skills to teach coding

Many teachers feel ill-equipped to deliver the UK’s computing curriculum, survey reveals

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First female Capgemini UK apprentices graduate

The Capgemini UK apprentice scheme gets its first three female graduates

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Carglass France feels benefit of employee knowledge sharing

Automobile glass repair company Carglass France is using knowledge-sharing technology to distribute expertise among 3,000 employees

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Rewrite the rules to win cyber arms race, says McAfee

Enterprises need to change their approach if they are to beat cyber criminals, according McAfee’s enterprise products head

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Three criticised over £117 iPhone X monthly deal

The mobile phone operator said the two-year contract was for those not wishing to pay an upfront charge.

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QNAP TS-253B review: A short talk with a NAS box

This fast and versatile NAS box will keep you informed with an OLED display and a speaker. Just don't buy it for the 4K video it hypes.

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Google addresses Pixel 2 handset complaints

The firm has doubled the warranty on its new flagship smartphones following criticisms of the hardware.

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Artificial intelligence smart enough to fool Captcha security check

Researchers developed an algorithm that imitates how the human brain responds to these visual clues.

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Google Pixelbook review: Android and Google Assistant transform the Chromebook

WhatsApp's 'Delete for All' feature for photos, text, GIFs: Learn to use it

Starting today, iOS, Android and Windows phone users can recall the wrongly sent messages

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Xbox One S

  The Xbox One S is a successor to the original Xbox One and the predecessor to the Xbox One X, Microsoft’s 4K capable console. The Xbox One X will be available internationally for $499 + Tax, whi...

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YouTuber Adam Blampied apologises for 'manipulating' women

Prominent UK video blogger Adam Blampied issues apology for 'manipulating' women into sending him images.

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InFocus Turbo 5 Plus Review

The InFocus Turbo 5 Plus offers dual rear cameras and Android 7 for under Rs. 10,000. But is it really worth your money? We review.

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Hotel booking sites probed by consumer watchdog

The Competition and Markets Authority fears consumers could be being mislead over the best deals.

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Apple iPhone X pre-booking starts today; base model priced at Rs 89,000

Apple iPhone X will be available in two colour variants - silver and space grey - and two storage options - 64 GB and 256 GB. The price of iPhone X will start at Rs 89,000 for base model

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The robot that can swim and fly and other tech news

BBC Click's Marc Cieslak looks at some of the best of the week's technology news stories.

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JBL Flip 4 Review

JBL Flip 4 offers a familiar design, backed by IPX7 waterproofing and good bass. Read our review to find out more.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A (2017) Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET

The 8-inch tablet is a simple replacement of the 2015 model.

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NHS 'could have prevented' WannaCry ransomware attack

Recommendations which could have stopped the WannaCry ransomware attack were ignored, report says.

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Amazon and Alphabet see sales surge

Google-owner Alphabet and Amazon see shares jump in after-hours trading as quarterly sales climb.

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EU to collect biometrics of all visitors - which could include UK citizens post-Brexit

European Parliament approves entry/exit system which will cover all non-EU visitors to the European Union

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How UCAS uses Splunk to protect students’ sensitive data

Universities and Colleges Admissions Service’s enterprise security architect describes how the organisation uses Splunk to keep user data secure, and how it copes with its yearly spike in traffic

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Transformation agenda in HR tech ‘is gathering pace’

Digital technology is changing the way companies manage their workforce at an accelerating rate

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Thursday, October 26, 2017

This Is the Reason Ethereum Exists

The world’s second-most-valuable cryptocurrency is also its most interesting—but in order to understand it, you must first understand its origins.

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Twitter bans RT and Sputnik ads amid election interference fears

The social media platform will no longer accept adverts from Russia Today or Sputnik.

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Twitter nears profit as it adds users

The social media firm's losses narrow sharply, with four million more people now using its service.

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Dell launches XPS 15 notebook in India at Rs 1,17,990

The device supports Stereo Speaker, Dual Microphones and High-Definition Audio

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Samsung The Frame TV

  You know how televisions always interfere with the aesthetics of your room? Well, Samsung does, and the company is doing something about it. Unveiled at CES 2017, the Samsung Frame was a concept te...

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IOActive warns of security flaws in maritime communication system

Researcher discovers critical security flaws in an Inmarsat maritime communication system, highlighting the cyber risks facing the shipping industry

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BT to cut charges for landline-only customers after Ofcom review

BT is to cut charges for up to a million residential customers who only buy a landline telephone service

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Datrium gets Flash End-to-End in its server/shared hybrid DVX NVMe

Taking aim at hyper-converged, Datrium DVX adds flash as bulk storage, while NVMe at the server handles hot data with the scale needed by enterprise customers in mind

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Kaspersky ban: The risks to global software

While Kaspersky defends allegations of collusion with Russian spooks, what are the wider implications to software globalisation?

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Health and Social Care Network connects first customer

Digital dictation and clinical records management systems firm Crescendo Systems has become the first customer to officially connect to NHS Digital’s Health and Social Care Network

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Digital twins: Revolutionising product businesses

Among the technological drivers in industrial firms are IoT platforms that implement the concept of a digital twin. We explore the benefits

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Kaspersky Lab explains how NSA data was uploaded

Malware detection triggered an upload of data from a National Security Agency contractor’s home computer, Kaspersky Lab says an internal investigation has revealed

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Google's Tez payments app clocks 5 million installs in a month

One month into the digital payment ecosystem in India, Google's Unified Payments Interface (UPI) app Tez has has racked up over 5 million installs and has strong repeat usage among customers.While the country's digital payments space has been booming over the past year following the government's demonetisation initiative, the ecosystem has not yet stabilised. Players such as Paytm have already logged over 100 million users, but UPI has begun to disrupt these prepaid payment instruments (PPI).Google might have entered the space a year late, but competition is still scarce. So far only the National Payment Corporation of India's BHIM app and Flipkart-owned PhonePe have managed to win over 10 million users. The tech giant has managed to get halfway there in just a month."Sometimes, there is a late-mover advantage as well when the technology or concept is emerging and one can learn from other's mistakes. The Indian market has huge opportunity and despite the presence of a number of ...

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Super Mario Odyssey review - CNET

In a remarkable combination of masterful design, gameplay and nostalgia, Super Mario Odyssey is arguably one of the best Mario games ever made.

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Google Pixelbook review - CNET

The pricey Google Pixelbook is a fast and powerful Chromebook with a divine design.

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Google Pixelbook Review

Google's Pixelbook is breaking new ground for Chromebooks. With a 360-degree hinge, pen support, and new Android app and Google Assistant capabilities, it's more versatile and productive than ever before.

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Assassin's Creed: Origins review in progress: Climb like an Egyptian

Piccadilly Circus lights switched back on after renovations

The state-of-the-art screen is responsive and allows for aspects such as live video streaming.

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WhatsApp and Facebook to face EU data taskforce

The messaging app has been accused of "non-compliance" with EU laws.

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8 free Wi-Fi stumbling and surveying tools

Noon Smart Lighting Starter Kit Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET

Former Nest executives lead the way as Noon Home launches and tackles layered lighting in the smart home.

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Nazi forums closed as Reddit purges 'violent content'

The site shuts several forums but experts say extremists may find ways of dodging the new policy.

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Dell web address swiped by third party

A domain name, used by support software on Dell PCs, was taken over unexpectedly in June.

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Assassin's Creed Origins Review

After skipping a year, Assassin’s Creed Origins marks the return of Assassin’s Creed and it’s been worth the wait despite some minor issues. Find out why in our Assassin’s Creed Origins review.

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Dell web address swiped by third party

A domain name, used by support software on Dell PCs, was taken over unexpectedly in June.

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Amazon Echo review - CNET

Amazon's smart speaker was arguably the breakout product of 2015. Two years later, Alexa is still going strong.

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Amazon Echo Show review - CNET

At $230 or £200, the Echo Show is Amazon's fanciest Alexa gadget yet, with voice-activated video calling on a 7-inch touchscreen. Can Alexa hit another home run?

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Flipkart offers Rs 8,000 cashback on Google Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL pre-order

The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are available in 64 GB and 128 GB storage variants. The price of the smartphones starts from Rs 61,000 and Rs 73,000, respectively

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OnePlus 5T's camera sample, price, specs & features leaked: Details here

The leaks suggest that the device would sport a bigger 6-inch Optic AMOLED screen in 18:9 aspect ratio format with FHD+ resolution, a dual 20 MP camera setup, and bigger battery than its predecessor

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Newquay Bloodhound test: Figures behind speed record attempt

Find out the crucial figures for the Bloodhound, that is set for a test run at Newquay Airport.

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Could algorithms revolutionise building construction?

Researchers have pioneered new techniques for manufacturing thin concrete shapes using algorithms.

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Amazon Echo Plus review - CNET

The Echo Plus is a great smart speaker, but a mediocre smart hub. In most cases, you're better off just getting the Echo.

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Hands-on: The Purism Librem 15 builds serious security into a slender laptop

Google ties up with Cisco on hybrid containers for business

Google is making a big push with hybrid cloud, but the full architecture will not be available until the second half of 2018

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Embrace risk-based security, McAfee urges business

Modern cyber threats require a risk-based approach, according to McAfee’s chief technical strategist

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Spark Summit 17: Databricks launches Delta as purified data lake

At Spark Summit Europe 2017 in Dublin, organising supplier and Spark inventor and distributor Databricks announced the Delta system, which will combine data lakes and data warehouses

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Oversight of intelligence agencies’ data sharing has ‘failed’, court hears

UK’s intelligence services lack adequate oversight and written guidelines when sharing databases of sensitive information, Privacy International argues in secret court

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How Tesla lost a critical year trying to make its autopilot work

The legacy of over-promising and under-delivering has already besmirched the company's success as an e-car maker

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2018 BMW X2 Release Date, Price and Specs - Roadshow

It's quick, it's connected and it carries the all-important roundel on the hood.

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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Apple hires ex-BBC and Channel 4 executive Jay Hunt

Jay Hunt is expected to help the US tech firm take on digital rivals Netflix and Amazon.

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Infocus Turbo 5 Plus

  The InFocus Turbo 5 Plus presents itself as the successor to the Turbo 5 smartphone (review). It comes with a a dual rear camera setup and a large battery. While the Turbo 5 had its faults, the Turbo...

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Lenovo Ideapad 320

  As far back as I can remember, the everyday laptop has not seen a big change in design or form factor in a very long time, and for good reason. Innovation comes at a cost and the budget buyer is not l...

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Hyper-converged infrastructure and disaster recovery

Hyper-converged infrastructure products merge server, storage and hypervisor in scale-out nodes, so how can functionality in HCI products help deliver disaster recovery?

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Less than half of adults have skills to complete basic digital tasks

Just over 40% of adults have the skills to complete a number of common digital tasks, with older generations struggling more than younger people

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BlackBerry launches cyber security services

BlackBerry has launched cyber security services to safeguard people, privacy and assets, with vehicle security and GDPR compliance leading the new offering

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Samsung study warns startups to up their security stance

New report finds small businesses must do cyber security better if they want to work with large enterprises

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Microsoft previews pay-for-use Kubernetes on Azure

Microsoft regards containerisation as the next phase in enterprise architectures, and is now offering Kubernetes on Azure

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A history of hacking and hackers

A security professional’s view on criminal hacking has shifted away from the traditional stereotype of the hacker, towards a much more diverse cross-section of wider society

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UK website privacy notices inadequate, says ICO

Privacy notices are too vague and generally inadequate, a global investigation finds, with UK websites in several sectors found wanting by an Information Commissioner’s Office review

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Containers will oust VMs and storage arrays, says Red Hat

Red Hat launches storage delivered via containers and predicts a future in which costly and inflexible storage hardware and pricey hypervisors will be a thing of the past

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Bad Rabbit malware raises fears of third global ransomware attack

A ransomware attack that has commonalities with WannaCry NotPeya is reportedly hitting organisations in Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, Bulgaria and Germany

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Samsung study warns startups to up their security stance

New report finds small businesses must do cyber security better if they want to work with large enterprises

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Amazon Cloud Cam Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET

Amazon's $120 Cloud Cam indoor security camera works with Alexa -- and that's just the beginning.

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Porn-makers challenge Patreon's crowdfunding ban

Patreon's rules now forbid its use to fund pornographic movies or private webcam sessions.

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Amazon service will let couriers open front doors

Users of Amazon Key will need a smart lock and Cloud Cam camera to let couriers open their door.

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Canon EOS Rebel T7i/800D review - CNET

Canon's cheapest enthusiast dSLR gets better every year, making it a nice step-up from a phone or lesser camera.

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Roku Ultra (2017) review: Stuck in the middle

If you need a streaming box with hardwired ethernet support, the Roku Ultra is the cheapest one available.

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New Instagram update allows you to go 'live' with a friend

The platform introduced live broadcast with a friend feature, which will help one share new updates through video in an authentic way

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Sharp Roku TV review: A good entry-level 4K UHD TV

The LC-55 is a basic LED-backlit 4K UHD TV that offers about as good a picture as you'll find for less than $500.

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Destiny 2 PC review impressions: Worth the wait

Tesla solar power arrives in Puerto Rico

Elon Musk's plan to help restore power in hurricane-hit Puerto Rico begins at a children's hospital.

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Gitex 2017: How can blockchain make you a happier person?

An initiative underway at Avaya hopes to use blockchain networks to help make the citizens of Dubai happy

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Micromax Bharat-2 vs Karbonn A40: Voda, Airtel offer affordable smartphones

In a bid to take on Reliance Jio, telecom majors have been launching affordable smartphones over the last month in partnership with phone makers

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Sony A7R III Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET

Sony's follow up to its A7R II flagship full-frame mirrorless sounds like a dream combination of image quality and performance.

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Inside Microsoft's new mixed reality capture studio

Microsoft opens a hi-tech studio dedicated to creating mixed reality content.

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Can Microsoft’s “Hologram” Maker Become the New Sears Portrait Studio?

The volumetric videos could one day take those awkward family photos to a whole new level.

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UK workers not worried about artificial intelligence’s impact on their careers

Professionals accept that software robots will take over some of the work tasks they do, but they increasingly see this as a good thing

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JBL Flip 4 Review

JBL Flip 4 offers a familiar design, backed by IPX7 waterproofing and good bass. Read our review to find out more.

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Fujifilm Instax Share SP-3 SQ Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET

Wirelessly print photos from your phone or social networks with the company's new square format instant film.

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2018 Honda Gold Wing Release Date, Price and Specs - Roadshow

Apple CarPlay on two wheels? That's just the beginning of the complete reboot for Honda's iconic tourer.

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Geordie Shore's Marnie Simpson broke ad rules on Snapchat

The reality TV star failed to identify Snapchat promotions as adverts in the first case of its kind.

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Scottish Water extends ServiceNow following HR success

Having pioneered optimising the joiners and leavers process, the IT service management team at Scottish Water can now show other areas of the business the benefits of ServiceNow

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Cisco aims to upskill 250,000 people by 2020

Tech giant announces several initiatives to help people in the UK to develop digital skills

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UK’s FCA to probe Equifax breach of Britons’ data

The UK’s financial regulatory body has announced it is to probe the Equifax data breach believed to have affected hundreds of thousands of Britons

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McAfee aims to out-innovate adversaries

Security firm intends to break the cycle of playing cat and mouse with cyber attackers, according to its technology head

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Sony's pet project, a new robot dog, to be unleashed soon

Firm is reportedly preparing for a media event in November to show off the product

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Amazon Fire TV (2017) review: This is a step backward, even with 4K HDR

The new Fire TV has cheap 4K HDR video and a lot of problems.

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B&O Play Beoplay P2 review - CNET

B&O Play Beoplay P2 is a slim, lightweight wireless speaker that's very travel friendly. We just wish it cost less.

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Tuesday, October 24, 2017

'Bad Rabbit' ransomware strikes Ukraine and Russia

The new strain of computer-locking malware has hit Russian media websites and an airport in Ukraine.

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TV news 'hack' sees bitcoins swiped

A pair of hackers managed to reconstruct a code blurred out on TV and claim $1,000 (£760).

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Acer launches new gaming notebook 'Predator Triton 700' for Rs 2,99,999

Gamers looking for a sleek design with uncompromised power will find Triton 700 to be the perfect machine

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Wink Lookout Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET

The DIY Wink Lookout security kit comes with two sensors and a siren, tied together with Wink's existing hub.

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Apple Pay launches in Nordic region with Nordea, Jyske Bank and St1 partnerships

Nordic banks take on Apple Pay to give the mobile payments service a regional boost

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Demand for IT contractors increases amid business uncertainty

IT contractors in the UK are in increasing demand and are getting longer contracts, as uncertainty around Brexit and a skills shortage open up more possibilities for non-permanent hires

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Nearly 200 arrested for airline ticketing fraud

Police have arrested nearly 200 people for airline ticketing fraud in an international operation involving public and private sector organisations

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University of Manchester launches city fitness application

University’s health research centre is using gamification to get people active as part of the Manchester CityVerve smart city demonstrator

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Almost 70% of customers willing to use fingerprint biometrics to shop

Consumers are becoming more comfortable using biometrics to pay when shopping, with fingerprint payments proving the most popular biometric identification method

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Adtran and CCS collaborate on millimetre wave for 5G

At Broadband World Forum in Berlin, network specialists Adtran and Cambridge Communications announce a technology collaboration to help rapidly and cheaply deploy dense 5G networks

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Microsoft drops lawsuit after US revises data access policy

Microsoft has dropped a lawsuit pushing for reforms of state surveillance practices in response to changes in US data access request policy, but says more reform is necessary

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Appliance maker Bosch to run voice and communications in the cloud

German industrial giant will spend $60m on Avaya’s private cloud communications service over the next five years

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IT department keeps Volvo Ocean Race sailors on even keel around the world

As seven yachts compete in the latest Volvo Ocean Race, the IT team supporting the event is engaged in a race of its own

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Nordic finance watchdogs losing patience over anti-money laundering systems at banks

The financial services watchdogs have informed banks that they have to do more to improve anti-money laundering systems

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Apple Pay launches in Nordic region with Nordea, Jyske Bank and St1 partnerships

Nordic banks take on Apple Pay to give the mobile payments service a regional boost

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University of Manchester launches city fitness application

University’s health research centre is using gamification to get people active as part of the Manchester CityVerve smart city demonstrator

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Adtran and CCS collaborate on millimetre wave for 5G

At Broadband World Forum in Berlin, network specialists Adtran and Cambridge Communications announce a technology collaboration to help rapidly and cheaply deploy dense 5G networks

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IT department keeps Volvo Ocean Race sailors on even keel around the world

As seven yachts compete in the latest Volvo Ocean Race, the IT team supporting the event is engaged in a race of its own

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How to 'deep clean' your online activity

What steps can you take to avoid old online posts coming back to haunt you?

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JBL Flip 4

  Portable speakers have long become one of our most essential gadgets to own. Ever since speakers started including wireless connectivity and a compact form, notable audio companies have diversified in...

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Amazon Fire TV (2017) review - CNET

If you like asking Alexa for TV shows and getting results, and you happen to have a TV with 4K and high dynamic range, the new Fire TV has your name on it.

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Lynky Release Date, Price and Specs - CNET

This startup is combining the Google Home with a touchscreen and a smart home hub.

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FrontRow Camera Review: This high-end live-streaming wearable forgot the high-end camera

Equifax to be investigated by FCA over data breach

The regulator is making enquiries after data belonging to many thousands of UK customers was lost.

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Samsung DeX Dock review - CNET

DeX dreams of turning your Galaxy S8 or Note 8 into a desktop computer. Is that a dream worth having?

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Brexit: MPs quiz Facebook over Russian-linked 'fake news'

Does Facebook have evidence of paid-for activity by Russian-linked accounts at the time of the referendum?

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Hackers breach top plastic surgery clinic

The clinic, based in London, is known to have had high-profile clients, including TV star Katie Price.

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Apple iPhone 8 Plus

  The iPhone X rumor mill started on an accelerated note almost a year back, and everyone was expecting the 2017 iPhone to be the next big leap in the iPhone chapter. And then the chatter of 3 new iPhon...

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Netflix to raise another $1.6bn to finance new films and shows

The streaming service expects to spend up to $8bn next year on new content.

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Amazon receives 200-plus headquarters proposals

Cities across North America are competing to be home to Amazon's next hub.

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Teenager's life 'ruined' by Live.me and Twitter 'trolls'

Victoria says her face was superimposed on pornographic images shared on social media.

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Xiaomi Mi VR Play 2 Review

The Xiaomi Mi VR Play 2 is now available in India, at an MRP of Rs. 1,499. That's a lot to pay for a basic headset, so we review it out to see if the price is justified.

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Our Guide to This Year’s Best Holiday Gifts

The 13 most drool-worthy techie gifts for family, friends, and Fido.

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OnePlus 5T leaks hint 18:9 screen, fingerprint scanner on back: Know more

It is speculated that the smartphone would sport same specifications as that of OnePlus 5 except a potentially bigger battery

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