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Tablet and laptop use ‘causing widespread pain’ in young people

40% of 11- to 16-year-olds has suffered some kind of back or neck pain, chiropractor's study finds.

Published 16 April 2014

Microsoft: Stop moaning about big data

Microsoft wants to shake up the way you see and use big data.

Business Intelligence

Published 16 April 2014

New research paves way for smaller computer hard drives

Researchers explored the interface between materials to study whether they can create completely new properties.

Storage

Published 16 April 2014

Intel Q1 profit down amid shrinking PC market

Data Center Group reported solid 11% growth in revenue to $3.1bn.

Micro Electronics

Published 16 April 2014

How Google's Project Ara could change the world, piece by piece

Customisable modular smartphone concept is looking to reinvent the mobile market as we know it.

Published 16 April 2014

Microsoft launches new database version SQL Server 2014

SQL Server 2014 is successor of the so called world's most widely deployed database.

Servers

Published 16 April 2014

Robot mice programmed to have sex

Could they help to uncover he secrets of evolution?

Desktops

Published 16 April 2014

10 most notable quotes from Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook’s creator has been such a presence in the technology space over the past ten years that it’s easy to forget he is only 29.

Desktops

Published 15 April 2014

Microsoft exploring 3D scanner feature for Windows Phone

The technology would allow people to print out a high quality image of their face using a 3D printer.

Desktops

Published 15 April 2014

Condoleezza Rice is no saint, but the tech industry is no haven

Big business attracts bad people, and technology is no different.

Storage

Published 15 April 2014

Fancy getting your hands on Google Glass?

Much-hyped wearable technology device will be available to the public for one day only today, and will feature a range of new updates.

Desktops

Published 15 April 2014

German space research centre hit by cyberattack

Targeted APT malware assault infected computers used by top scientists.

Security

Published 15 April 2014

Q&A: Ex-Facebook CTO Bret Taylor tells us why people will ‘like’ Quip

The inventor of the like button tells CBR about his new collaboration app.

Mobile & tablets

Published 14 April 2014

5 big EU tech projects you should follow

Robots, brains, the EU’s got it all.

Networking

Published 14 April 2014

British researchers develop 'floating mist' computer screens

Tabletop display incorporates a conventional interactive table with personal screens, built using fog.

Desktops

Published 14 April 2014

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