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Stating various reasons including a hectic schedule, teaching, civic contributions, learning and taking over as the owner of the LA Clippers, Steve Ballmer has left his position on the Microsoft Board of Directors. Read more about Ballmer steps down from Microsoft Board
Recent reports from UK researchers suggest that we may be reaching the peak of the app download boom. Read more about Is the app frenzy really slowing down?
by Sam Pudwell Report indicates the average number of app downloads has fallen from 2.3 to 1.8 in the last 12 months and nearly a third of mobile uers don't download apps at all. Read more about Downloads down: UK mobile users downloading fewer apps
by Jamie Hinks Sprint is expected to announce the bezel-free Aquos Crystal smartphone at a launch event scheduled for tomorrow. Read more about World's first bezel-less smartphone heads for US market
by Barclay Ballard A rumored childproof version of Google and YouTube will be welcomed by parents of very young children who struggle to control their viewing habits. Read more about Google web services for the under-10s will be childproofed
by Jamie Hinks A new report has found that consumers are laying out way too much personal information for hackers. Read more about Too many consumers leaving banking details on multiple mobile devices
by Joanna Schloss Organisations wishing to avoid being outmoded by competitors or outgrown by customers need to embrace a data-driven approach to management and decision making. The path to success is clear. Read more about "Data scientists aren't quite unicorns, but they're close": How to avoid a big data nightmare
by Alysia Judge Lead engineer on Google's car project says that they are programmed for speed. Read more about Driverless cars from Google can break speed liimits
Facebook is testing a new feature that would tag some stories as ‘Satire.’ Read more about These are the jokes, folks
by Co.Exist There's a tracking platform that gets deep inside your feelings which is a step up from the usual which only measures your heartbeat or sleep patterns. Read more about Here's wearable tech that tracks your moods and happiness
by Gavin Millard In this truly shocking and damning confession, a security expert reveals how terrible his password habits used to be, how he changed and how you can too. Read more about Password confessions of a security expert
by Sandra Vogel Want a photo sharing app which doesn’t require you to sign over ownership rights? Try Lenshare. It’s not just about photos, either, it’s more about “phideo”. Read more about Mobile app of the day: Lenshare
by Darren Allan Lessin, who was close friends with Zuckerberg at Harvard, is leaving at the end of the month to go ‘adventuring’ for the time being. Read more about Sam Lessin, VP of product management, leaves Facebook
by Jamie Hinks A report from the US Defence Department Inspector General reports that the decision to award a contract to a company she owns stakes in was a violation of ethics. Read more about Google senior exec Regina Dugan violated ethics rules whilst at DARPA
by Stijn Paumen Bringing personal devices to the workplace is the new normal but, despite the benefits, there are still hidden risks and costs that need to be closely managed. Read more about Managing BYOD's downsides, the right way
by Rodney Joffe Typically the word "crime" conjures up images of men in balaclavas and guns, but the truth is that cybercrime is an industry worth over a trillion pounds. We delve into their dark underworld. Read more about Adventures in the dark underworld of cyberspace
The company has launched cross-device reporting so that advertisers can see how people are moving between devices, across apps and the web, and see where they convert. Read more about Facebook measuring conversions across all device...
Edward Snowden has revealed the NSA was (and may still be) working on a project codenamed MonsterMind that could launch automated cyber-attacks against suspected enemies. Read more about NSA's MonsterMind: Is it too late to curb the NSA?
Verizon is planning to deliver pay TV services over its high speed 4G LTE mobile network. The line is disappearing between what is streaming and broadcasting. Read more about Streaming versus Broadcasting: Verizon makes it no contes...
by Alysia Judge High-tech mannequins are being installed on the British high street, meaning customers at House of Fraser and other retailers will be able to purchase products without setting foot in store. Read more about Internet connected mannequins bring a whole new meaning to "window shopping"