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Internet trolls to face two years' porridge under tough new laws

Carly Page

UK justice secretary to crack down on 'crude and degrading' online abuse

iMac with 5K Retina Display gets torn open by iFixit handymen

Gives it a rather disappointing five out of 10 repairability score

Sun Oct 19 2014, 10:47

Apple yanks Bose products from stores following legal fall out with Beats

Fitbit next in line for the chop

Sun Oct 19 2014, 09:56

HP, Lenovo, Acer, Dell and Asus lead charge in Q3 PC sales growth

European shipments have increased more than 10 percent in the last year

Sat Oct 18 2014, 10:55

Twitter sparks backlash with experiment shoving strangers' tweets into timelines

Social network to show users unasked-for tweets that it deems 'relevant'

Sat Oct 18 2014, 10:24

Nexus 9 available to pre-order for £319 ahead of November release

Orders kick off a day after Apple's iPad Air 2 went on sale

Sat Oct 18 2014, 09:48

IBM announces Internet of Things cloud services

IoT lures enterprises into Bluemix cloud

Fri Oct 17 2014, 17:10

Whisper denies sharing anonymous user data

Following reports that it owns an in-house tool which can track users' locations

Fri Oct 17 2014, 16:35

iPad Air 2 price, release date and specs

Updated Everything you need to know about the tablet ahead of mooted 21 October launch

Fri Oct 17 2014, 16:14

iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 pre-orders go live at the Apple Store

Will start shipping in "two to four days"

Fri Oct 17 2014, 16:11

Mastercard and Zwipe announce the first biometric debit card

A whole new meaning to dipping your fingers in the till

Fri Oct 17 2014, 15:57

AMD posts worse than expected Q3 results following CEO shake-up

Misses analyst expectations

Fri Oct 17 2014, 15:22

Twitter joins forces with SoundCloud and iTunes to bring audio to tweets

Follows the closure of Twitter #music earlier this year

Fri Oct 17 2014, 14:11

Android 5.0 Lollipop is available for the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 now

But whoa there, pilgrim, it's not that simple

Fri Oct 17 2014, 13:46

Google's profits sink as firm splashes too much cash in third quarter

Earnings slip five percent as firm ups its spending

Fri Oct 17 2014, 13:14

Galaxy Note 4 release date, price and specs

Updated All you need to know about Samsung's latest Android phablet

Fri Oct 17 2014, 12:49

Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 is now available in the UK

Arrives at Carphone Warehouse and EE

Fri Oct 17 2014, 12:25

Apple Pay will come to iPhone 6 users in the US on 20 October

Ahead of UK release in 2015

Fri Oct 17 2014, 11:52

Sony: Android 5.0 Lollipop coming to entire Xperia Z lineup next year

Xperia Z2 and Xperia Z3 will be first to get it 'early next year'

Fri Oct 17 2014, 11:26

Firefox Hello will bring free in-browser communication over WebRTC

Denies plans for FireFax

Fri Oct 17 2014, 11:11

HP to stop raining on webOS parade by tearing down cloud

Forecast is open source with a chance of smartwatches later

Fri Oct 17 2014, 10:37

The Apprentice on wearables shows the risks the market faces

Column Wearable? More like unbearable - and burnable

Kazam Tornado 348 hands-on review

We get to grips with the 'world's slimmest' smartphone

Nexus 6 vs Nexus 5 specs comparison

We pit Google's Android 5.0 flagship against its Kitkat-flavoured predecessor

Linux is on the right side of history, says open source figurehead

Interview The Linux Foundation's Jim Zemlin talks drones, bugs and Kraftwerk

Robots are already in our homes, IoT should not be feared

IT professionals want to educate users about the Internet of Things

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Best practices for implementing the Internet of Things

Security, IoT development kits, infrastructure and standards

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