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Open-Xchange: The internet wouldn't have happened without Linux

Interview CEO compares big data firms to Hotel California

Mon Jul 07 2014, 17:18

BYOD is the wave of the future

Column It'll be a sea change, but will be worth the cost

Fri Jun 20 2014, 17:50

I'm not quite ready to trust my pet robot yet

Column Passing the Turing Test doesn't strike me as a good thing

Fri Jun 13 2014, 15:03

Tetris turns 30

How a tiny game from Russia conquered the world

Fri Jun 06 2014, 15:45

Education and security needed for Internet of Things to reach business potential

IoT event discusses how internet-connected devices can thrive

Mon Jun 02 2014, 09:10

eBay: How not to handle a security breach

Column The auction website has failed its customers over password reset

Fri May 23 2014, 17:02

Virtual assistants like Siri, S Voice and Google Now are futile

Column People won’t get on board with voice-activated software

Fri May 16 2014, 12:00

Apple should be more worried about Chromebooks than Microsoft

Column The tale of my Macbook disaster

Fri May 02 2014, 12:48

[Brendan] Eich Carumba: The difficult marriage of politics and business

Column Brendan Eich might have been a good CEO, but Mozilla will never know

Fri Apr 04 2014, 13:01

Windows XP isn't going to disappear in 10 days

Column Microsoft shouldn't rely on upgrade cash

Fri Mar 28 2014, 14:17

How technology helped and hindered the hunt for Flight MH370

Analysis Changes needed in the way aviation uses technology

Mon Mar 24 2014, 17:41

AI will play a vital role in our future, just don't expect robot butlers

Column Artificial Intelligence is becoming more commonplace by the day

Fri Mar 14 2014, 15:37

Victorian sewers help London’s internet flow faster

Analysis Geo Networks brings fibre service to London from the city's sewers

Mon Mar 03 2014, 11:00

MWC: Galaxy S5's lack of innovation could see Samsung's Android grip loosen

Analysis Punters might switch to Sony

Tue Feb 25 2014, 15:38

Facebook's Whatsapp buy is a privacy nightmare for users, but it makes sense for the social network

Column It's not just your details it wants

Thu Feb 20 2014, 13:30

Voice Memos glitch in iPhone exposes the peril of relying on free apps

Column Lost audio files show the right kit is worth the money

Fri Jul 04 2014, 15:00

Amazon Fire Phone will crash and burn

Analysis Expensive, privacy-invading device is unlikely to set the smartphone market alight

Thu Jun 19 2014, 16:01

The World Cup, its technology and the next three weeks of your life

What to expect when you are spectating

Fri Jun 13 2014, 14:09

Reset the Net: Please keep pressing the button

We should fight them on the blogs

Fri Jun 06 2014, 14:33

Oracle's victory over Google Android could kill the software industry

This is no way to achieve interoperability

Fri May 30 2014, 12:09

Despite Microsoft’s efforts, people won’t buy the Surface Pro 3

Analysis It should change the tablet's name

Tue May 20 2014, 17:46

The Internet of Things is already here

Column It will expand, so we need to make good decisions

Fri May 09 2014, 15:40

If we are in another tech bubble, the FCC just burst it

Column Net neutrality rules show we've learnt nothing from the past

Fri Apr 25 2014, 13:56

Galaxy S5 could finally convince Apple fans to ditch the iPhone

Column iPhone 6 needs huge overhaul to keep buyers away from Android

Fri Apr 11 2014, 16:36

Amazon Fire TV vs Google Chromecast

We compare Amazon's TV device with Google's million-selling dongle

Thu Apr 03 2014, 16:00

Facebook Oculus VR buy causes rift with developers and tech fans

Analysis Criticism from all corners over Kickstarter sellout

Thu Mar 27 2014, 15:13

Don't shun the Internet of Things over privacy and security worries

Column We have the chance to enforce data protection

Fri Mar 21 2014, 16:50

An online BBC Three could be the next Netflix

Column We're already watching IPTV anyway

Fri Mar 07 2014, 15:05

How to foil the NSA and GCHQ with strong encryption

Column Now is the time to secure your communications

Fri Feb 28 2014, 16:05

MWC: Nokia's Android shift could be its smartest move yet

Column It might be just crazy enough to work

Mon Feb 24 2014, 14:30

A turn by turn history of GPS

Analysis As the modern GPS network turns 25, we look back at its history

Mon Feb 17 2014, 17:03

The Android Experiment: Wearables and satnav

Episode 10, navigating to the end of the road and beyond

Fri Feb 07 2014, 08:30

Wearable technology cannot be trusted

Column A 135 mile trek across the Outer Hebrides showed it isn't ready yet

Fri Jun 27 2014, 14:54

HP Machine: Memristor pioneer explains his discovery

We spoke to HP Labs' creator Stan Williams at the time of the memristor discovery

Tue Jun 17 2014, 14:15

Computex 2014 round-up: Intel Core M, Kingston fabs and electric toilets

The good, the bad and the ugly at Asia’s biggest computer trade show

Mon Jun 09 2014, 09:10

Anonymous and the World Cup: What it's all about

Online protesters aim to show a truthful portrayal of Brazilian life

Wed Jun 04 2014, 11:15

Hold up: Apple's $3bn Beats buy could be one of its smartest moves

Opinion Don't be so quick to criticise

Thu May 29 2014, 12:38

Why the UK needs to start caring about net neutrality

Analysis If you tolerate this, your ISPs could be next

Mon May 19 2014, 16:35

HP's Helion is a commitment to Openstack cloud

Interview We talk with HP's man with his head in the clouds

Thu May 08 2014, 16:20

50 years later and still no one is video calling

Analysis The zeitgeist you have dialed doesn't exist

Tue Apr 22 2014, 17:05

Game of Phones

Which houses would Apple, Nokia and Google be?

Mon Apr 07 2014, 07:05

Looking to its past won't save Blackberry's future

Column Perhaps giving up on mobile phones will

Mon Mar 31 2014, 15:20

Oracle speeds up development process with Java 8

Analysis Converges versions as the Internet of Things beckons

Wed Mar 26 2014, 17:50

Top 10 Google Chromecast apps you should install

The less obvious ways to test your new toy

Wed Mar 19 2014, 13:51

Comcast extends low cost internet for low income families

Analysis A show of social responsibility always makes a good distraction

Wed Mar 05 2014, 16:26

Mt Gox Bitcoin fallout is small change in a big industry

Analysis Industry reacts, Bitcoin rolls on

Wed Feb 26 2014, 11:08

The INQUIRER Android Experiment: A call to arms for developers

It's all over bar more of my shouting

Fri Feb 21 2014, 15:20

In-app purchases are evil

Column If I buy an app, I've bought an app

Fri Feb 14 2014, 17:45
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