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HP responds to legal intervention from Autonomy executives

Tit for tat spat getting serious

Tue Aug 05 2014, 12:17

CERN's open source commitment shows the IT industry how it's done

Column Open source IT is the future

Fri Aug 01 2014, 13:18

Libreoffice 4.3 looks backwards to go forwards

Brings support for a range of legacy formats

Wed Jul 30 2014, 16:10

Android 'supermalware' can impersonate any app

'Fake ID' will leave you needing a beer

Tue Jul 29 2014, 16:15

Aussie hackers get Doom working on an ATM

Deny plans for Bubble Bobble on a tumble dryer

Mon Jul 28 2014, 15:23

HP and Chubby Checker settle dinklegate row out of court

Singer stops his Chubby being covered in HP sauce

Fri Jul 25 2014, 11:58

Men outnumber women at Twitter by seven to three

Twitter? More like Todger

Thu Jul 24 2014, 12:24

Dropbox advises users with privacy concerns to add their own encryption

But warns it will break some features if you do

Wed Jul 23 2014, 15:08

Dropbox for Business gets security boost as firm opens first UK office

Full text search and password protected files are among the additions

Wed Jul 23 2014, 14:00

In the kingdom of the apps, the freemium model is king

Says app analytics firm

Tue Jul 22 2014, 16:10

Google adds more security to its Gmail servers

You'll get a grilling if your app isn't encrypted

Mon Jul 21 2014, 16:14

IBM revenues fall as hardware sales continue to struggle

But cloud, mobile and security are on the up

Fri Jul 18 2014, 16:00

Google's Chrome 37 will look a little crisper in Windows

Directwrite is a bonus addition

Fri Jul 18 2014, 11:52

Google sends anti-Flash Player messages to mobile web browsers

Tells users when websites might not work

Wed Jul 16 2014, 12:34

Mobile phone cell towers used for accurate weather forecasts

If it's wet, it's probably raining

Mon Jul 14 2014, 16:04

Glastonbury: How technology has invaded the great wide open

We tested our core kit over the festival weekend

Fri Jul 11 2014, 14:42

Windows 7 to hit Extended Support status in six months

World's top operating system faces its first Waterloo

Wed Jul 09 2014, 12:35

Microsoft releases Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit 5.0

Adds better attack surface reduction tool

Mon Aug 04 2014, 14:34

AMD's Opteron A1100 series developer kit is available for £1,800

With the firm's first 64-bit ARM chips codenamed 'Seattle'

Thu Jul 31 2014, 13:16

Opensuse Linux switches to a rolling release process

Opensuse Factory build moves to a daily release cycle

Wed Jul 30 2014, 15:45

Google updates Play store API for Android developers

Automate app rollouts with a single press

Tue Jul 29 2014, 15:17

The Pirate Bay launches a mobile website for smartphone torrenting

So far it hasn't fallen afoul of the content cartels

Fri Jul 25 2014, 16:28

Oracle releases its 'unbreakable' homebrew Oracle Linux 7

Roll up to see incredible Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel 3

Thu Jul 24 2014, 16:48

Oracle launches Data as a Service offering similar to PRISM

Offers collated data from many sources to drive business decisions

Thu Jul 24 2014, 09:59

Apple's Mac OS X Yosemite beta arrives on Thursday

One million Mac users will trial the software ahead of its release

Wed Jul 23 2014, 14:46

UK government shuns Microsoft with adoption of the ODF standard

Maude says openness is for the people

Wed Jul 23 2014, 09:47

Microsoft Bing sets up camp in Google's Chrome web browser

Search engines contend for dominance

Tue Jul 22 2014, 15:02

Google's Project Athena to bring Android L-style design to Chrome OS

Google's Material Design is coming to desktop

Mon Jul 21 2014, 12:35

The ATOS debacle shows Westminster is clueless about IT

Column Deja vu all over again

Fri Jul 18 2014, 15:07

Google offers free training in Android Development

Code like a pro for no dough

Thu Jul 17 2014, 16:10

Box eyes Google with unlimited storage, Microsoft Office 365 integration

Business storage provider removes previous 1,000GB limit

Wed Jul 16 2014, 11:02

Amazon Web Services announces Zocalo collaboration tool

Joins a crowded marketplace

Fri Jul 11 2014, 15:47

Actuate announces freemium pricing for BIRT iHub

F-type visualisations come with free 50mb daily cap

Thu Jul 10 2014, 15:52

Tech IPOs in 2014

Are investors too wary?

Wed Jul 09 2014, 12:26

Windows 8 market share down slightly as Windows 7 climbs again

Windows XP down too, but only slightly

Fri Aug 01 2014, 13:52

Tor users' privacy compromised as project admits to 'prolonged attack'

Rival says Tor made hack 'inevitable'

Thu Jul 31 2014, 10:02

House of Lords slams 'right to be forgotten' ruling as 'unworkable and unreasonable'

ECJ ruling is 'wrong in principle' and must be rejected

Wed Jul 30 2014, 13:10

Mozilla hires Beard to put an end to gay marriage controversy

Leaves Eich to his own

Tue Jul 29 2014, 09:41

Updated Chrome and Firefox betas arrive on Android

Google and Mozilla fight it out for top Android browser crown

Fri Jul 25 2014, 16:02

Skype will go through your Android address book

But only to find Skype contacts you know

Thu Jul 24 2014, 14:28

Google offers Java developers free training for platform as a service

Java devs can learn to write for Android L

Wed Jul 23 2014, 17:10

Microsoft will converge Windows versions into one OS

Everything from watches to servers under one code base

Wed Jul 23 2014, 14:21

Microsoft goes big on open source with Azure alliances

Adds plug-ins for Packer.io and Opennebula

Wed Jul 23 2014, 08:45

Microsoft's final Windows 8.1 update is due on 12 August

Sources say it will then be considered 'complete'

Mon Jul 21 2014, 16:47

Google Maps gives London a 3D makeover

Users can float around the Shard, London Eye and Tower Bridge

Mon Jul 21 2014, 11:34

Google awards £2m to British charities to 'change the world through technology'

Announces UK Impact Challenge 2014 shortlist in London

Fri Jul 18 2014, 14:22

Microsoft makes Skype group video calling free on Windows 8.1 tablets

Now you won't have to pay to be ambivalent about it

Wed Jul 16 2014, 15:23

Microsoft's Project Adam knows the difference between an engineer and a dog

Major breakthrough for canine identification

Tue Jul 15 2014, 16:46

Y2K bug sees army of zombies threaten to take Pennsylvania

Come cadaver go if you think you're hard enough

Fri Jul 11 2014, 14:54

Java issues could be the final nail in the coffin for Windows XP users

Analysis Lack of patches will leave users vulnerable, experts warn

Wed Jul 09 2014, 13:29
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