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Why you should stop handing your data out like candy

Guest blog: Raj Samani of McAfee is astounded by people's naivety.

Security

Published 05 September 2014

6 things Twitter tells us about wearable technology

The online conversation about the wearables sensation.

Desktops

Published 07 August 2014

The Internet is much safer than mothers and fathers think

Security firms need to stop stoking the fires of parental paranoia.

Security

Published 29 July 2014

Could the Moto 360 be the first ‘must-have’ smartwatch?

Polished design could make it a landmark device for the wearable industry.

Desktops

Published 27 June 2014

Barclays new voice recognition is another nail in the password's coffin

Soon enough we'll be ditching old login techniques.

Security

Published 24 June 2014

People are stupid, and IT security must fix it

Psst. The password is ‘p******d’

Security

Published 07 June 2014

Why Thomas Piketty should have chosen his software more carefully

Or why you shouldn't use spreadsheets to crunch heavy stats

Business Intelligence

Published 29 May 2014

Why George R.R. Martin doesn’t use Microsoft Word

What obsolete word processor does he write Game of Thrones on?

Desktops

Published 19 May 2014

Wearable tech equals fashionable tech

Startup Cuff is bringing style to wearable gadgets.

Desktops

Published 19 February 2014

NASA wants to take 3D printing to space

NASA hopes to eventually make tools and equipment in space using 3D printers.

Desktops

Published 13 February 2014

Google Glasses: when tech meets fashion

Could Google Glasses be the stylish alternative to the traditional Glass?

Desktops

Published 30 January 2014

Are you ready to say goodbye to the iPod?

An expected huge dip in sales could see the demise of the iPod.

Desktops

Published 30 January 2014

Thirty years of Mac

2014 is the 30th anniversary of the Apple Macintosh.

Desktops

Published 24 January 2014

The 'Apple must...' syndrome strikes again. When will it ever learn?

Time Tech gives us a list of people instructing Apple to do things.

Desktops

Published 22 January 2014

Is Hershey’s 3D chocolate printer anything new?

The US-based sweet maker is working with 3D Systems on a printer that would make chocolate.

Desktops

Published 17 January 2014

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