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by Gigaom You just might need a little help around the house once everything is connected to the Internet. Read more about Jibo the robot: your friend through the world of IoT
Charles Farr, director general of the Office for Security and Counter-Terrorism, says spying on American-based search and social media traffic was perfectly legal under British law. Read more about UK spying on Google, Facebook etc. perfectly legal
by Jamie Hinks CEO John Chen is trying to revive the brand and remains confident despite Apple muscling in on its turf. Read more about Apple-IBM deal hurts Blackberry in the enterprise
Attorney General George Jepsen issued a statement today regarding Apple’s role in the eBook price-fixing case that could end up costing Apple $400 million dollars. Read more about Attorney General weighs in on Apple eBook price-fixi...
by Barclay Ballard He is in prison but that hasn't stopped former murderous ruler of Panama, Manuel Noriega, suing over a murderous Call of Duty: Black Ops II character. Read more about Imprisoned real life dictator Noriega sues Activision over dis
There are a number of services that you can use to purchase a car on-line and I’ve just several and came away with a cautionary tale. Read more about The Dangers of On-Line Car Buying: Avoid CarChex
While many people think it is little more than a publicity stunt Amazon has petitioned the FAA for an exemption from rules barring it from testing drones as possible delivery devices. Read more about Amazon petitions FAA to test drone deliveries
by Miles Bulloch The Finnish capital has a plan to eradicate privately owned cars by 2025. Read more about Helsinki is replacing cars with apps
In a blog post today Google’s David Drummond, Senior Vice President, Corporate Development and Chief Legal Officer outlined Google’s plans to deal with ‘right to be forgotten’ requests. Read more about Google outlines ‘right to be forgotten’ plans
by Alysia Judge We review the brand new Samsung 850 Pro, an SSD that's making waves in the memory space for its revolutionary 3D V-NAND technology. But how does it stack up? Read more about Samsung 850 Pro review: The best SSD of 20...
by Jamie Hinks Record set in a laboratory in Belgium it’s claimed it could reduce fibre-optic costs in big cities. Read more about Bell Labs broadband speed record of 10Gbps
by Sam Pudwell Germany beat host nation Brazil by an astounding 7-1 scoreline and then they beat Beyonce and Miley Cyrus to the record number of tweets per minute. Read more about Twitter records broken in German rout of Brazil at World Cup
Before you post that new job and start interviewing candidates there are some important things you need to do. Read more about Eight things you need to check off when hiring your first employee
Some crowdfunding projects have been inspiring, innovative and worthwhile, but recently crowdfunding sites have been swamped with less than noteworthy projects and more than a few scams. Read more about The death of crowdfunding
by Aatif Sulleyman According to a survey of 1,500 UK couples between the ages of 18 and 30 the answer may be a qualified yes. Read more about Is your phone ruining your sex life?
by Dave McNally Although you may trust your employees, a rogue member of staff or disillusioned co-worker has the potential to create immeasurable damage to your organisation. Read more about How to ensure your business' data is safe from inside threats
by Paul Cooper If you wanted to create a delivery business for your business without any coding skills then British company Preoday has your back. Read more about This is a simple way to create you own delivery app
by Sam Pudwell Greenpeace has officially released a statement in support of Apple for making iCloud greener and bemoaning Amazon for the opposite. Read more about Greenpeace hearts Apple because solar farms
by Alysia Judge Watch out Skype and Viber, the group behind the so-called unhackable Blackphone, Silent Circle, is gunning for you. Read more about Silent Circle is going to leverage encrypted VoIP to rule them all
A new partnership between Canon, Google, Dropbox, SAP, Asana and Newegg is attempting to preempt frivolous lawsuits from ‘non-participating entities’ commonly known as patent trolls. Read more about LOT Network hopes to disarm troll...