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British scientist awarded 'Tech Nobel' for pioneering data storage research

Work by Dr. Stuart Parkin led to a 1000-fold rise in magnetic-disk capacity.

Storage

Published 10 April 2014

Google invests in robot maker Savioke

Search giant pumps $2m into Silicon Valley-based robotics company through its Google Ventures investment arm.

Micro Electronics

Published 10 April 2014

Blackberry looks to dump handset business

It will continue developing its mobile OS, software business and enterprise server services.

Mobile & tablets

Published 10 April 2014

Microsoft releases one last XP security patch

Patches fix critical issues related to remote code execution in latest versions of Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office.

Security

Published 10 April 2014

Financial malware attacks rise 27.6% in 2013

The cyber attacks using financial malware reached 28.4 million.

Security

Published 10 April 2014

Social entrepreneurs to get free Wi-Fi

iPass to help connect social organisations.

Networking

Published 09 April 2014

5 Google Glass apps that could change the world

Google Glass apps for Parkinson’s sufferers, doctors and consumers.

Desktops

Published 09 April 2014

6 things we’ve learnt today about Office for iPad

Ask us anything, they said – so the Internet did.

Desktops

Published 09 April 2014

Enlogic launches upgradable power distribution unit to bridge market gap

Customers can install basic PDU and opt to extend monitoring capacity later.

Data Centre

Published 09 April 2014

Consultancy Firm Procorre Retains Top Headhunters to Double in Size this Year

Procorre plans to recruit 1,500 more consultants and is investing millions to attract very best consultants.

Published 09 April 2014

Is cloud computing about to get cheaper because of Linux?

Elastichosts claims its by-the-hour billing system is 50% cheaper than Amazon.

Cloud SaaS

Published 09 April 2014

Doctors 'could save an hour a day' by using laptops on ward rounds

A trial scheme in Birmingham found that replacing paper records provided a major rise in efficiency.

Desktops

Published 09 April 2014

How the NSA could use cryptography to enhance users' privacy

Cryptography tools could allow intelligence analysts to explore phone records while shielding records against disclosures or unessential searches.

Security

Published 09 April 2014

UK starts inquiry into police agencies’ private data use

For over half a million incidents, government agencies were sanctioned access to citizens’ phone calls and emails last year.

Telecoms

Published 09 April 2014

Trees could be used to develop future energy storage devices

Supercapacitors could be incorporated in computers and consumer electronic devices, such as flash in a digital camera.

Storage

Published 09 April 2014

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