Will enable GCP customers to store data in the UK capital
Experts provide tips on what to do if you don't WannaCry
Firm also announces iTunes and Ubuntu for the Windows Store. Wait... what?
But firm claims Outlook has bounced back
Budget bears remarkable similarities to that released a year ago by George Osborne
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Technology officer says users of cloud email service 'naturally' end up using Azure
Amazon-owned gaming service resets some user passwords
INQ speaks to FireTwin Games about the secret behind great game design
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What used to require 48 kilobytes of Sir Clive Sinclair's technology is now available on your smartphone
Missile had just had its computer systems upgraded
Layoffs come as firm shifts away from traditional hardware and software
Attackers are wiping data from unpatched systems
If you want to move petabytes of data around, throw your disk arrays in the back of a Ford Transit
And long-term planning is like choosing a car for the next 50 years. Turns out lots of things are like other things.
Vulnerable Apple users at the Mercy of Heartless hackers
AI-focused machine is also world's 28th fastest
So that's privacy advocates 1, Facebook 346
ThoughtWorks' bi-annual Technology Radar highlights emerging trends in augmented reality and changing structure of software teams
Leading technologists issue trends report alongside visualisation tool for companies to develop their own tech strategies
Mike Mason, technology activist and adviser to the CTO at ThoughtWorks, discusses DevOps, Agile and open source
Over half of the content is perfectly legal
Article 29 Working Party sends warning letters to privacy-unaware firms
Musk wants YOU to live on Mars. Just don't expect to come back anytime soon
But taking Eric Schmidt's advice, he also emphasised its potential benefits
Project Titan apparently set to self-destruct in 2017 as engineers are reassigned or booted out
Gosling talks about the Liquid Robotics Wave Glider project and why he's on the 'lunatic fringe'
Job losses come amid talk that firm might flog failing PC biz
Experts envisage a day when machines do everything
Beware the dangers of committing too deeply to one cloud provider, warns computer scientist
Updated malware now better at evading cyber defences. If only Windows patches were this effective ...
'Inappropriate' uses forces mayor to act
Graphics card company launches premium, desktop-quality cards in an energy-efficient, laptop-compatible bundle
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Allows network operators to see the whole URL of any page you visit
Find out which six games have most impressed us so far this year
The INQUIRER looks at 50 years of evolution in programming languages
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New malware strain corrupts Windows Master Boot Record, warns Kaspersky
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A new report finds, once again, that gamers are on an unstoppable freight train hurtling towards the criminal underworld
Every business is now a software development house
The INQUIRER presents its definitive, definitely objective list of the best games ever created
He's seen the film, so he's already more tech-savvy than the others
Move would allow defence division to operate with 'clean hands'
Labour and SNP abstain despite concerns bill permits 'suspicionless surveillance'
The best clips to help you understand security and its increasing importance
Organisations say they're playing catch up with Facebook and Google