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Tesla’s Supercharger Network arrives in Scotland

There are now eight Superchargers in the UK.

Desktops

Published 27 October 2014

How midddle-aged women are driving UK gaming revolution

Trivia and word puzzles are proving the most popular for the fairer sex.

Desktops

Published 18 September 2014

TAG Heuer to jump into smarwatch race

CEO: it will not be like the Apple Watch.

Published 15 September 2014

London Fire Brigade warns of fake iPhone chargers

In Tottenham, London a counterfeit iPhone charger caught fire while charging.

Desktops

Published 08 September 2014

Are smartphone users falling out of love with apps?

British users now downloading fewer apps than ever before.

Desktops

Published 18 August 2014

Manchester United under surveillance

Coach Louis van Gaal watches every move of players.

Desktops

Published 04 August 2014

Sleep-tracking device breaches $1m mark on Kickstarter in just four days

Can Sense become the biggest hit in Kickstarter history?

Desktops

Published 30 July 2014

Contactless payments arriving at London Underground in September

Wearables, phones, payment tags and contactless cards will join Oyster.

Desktops

Published 25 July 2014

How an Internet of Things health monitor is relieving pressure on NHS wards

Sensium’s wireless patch is ‘reducing pressure’ on nurses.

Desktops

Published 22 July 2014

Samsung looks to acquire SmartThings

SmartThings has already raised $15m from investors.

Published 16 July 2014

Majority of UK PC users still run vulnerable software programmes

Microsoft’s XML turns out to be the ‘most exposed’ software programme in the UK.

Desktops

Published 15 July 2014

Shylock malware has taken a hit from Europol

Those who bank in the UK are now that little bit safer.

Security

Published 11 July 2014

UK parliament hears first details of snooping bill from Teresa May

Not since press regulation charter has a coalition scheme been so well received.

Security

Published 10 July 2014

Will the UK Government’s smart meters project fail?

The meters are expected to reduce bills by £26 a year and cut electricity usage by 2.8%.

Desktops

Published 07 July 2014

GP practices benefit from speech recognition technology

TalkingPoint’s solution has noticeably reduced the workload of secretarial staff.

Desktops

Published 30 June 2014

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