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Online information monitoring centre hopes to catch Kremlin's attention

Russian President Vladimir Putin recently suggested “information threats” should be a top priority for the federal security service and other state

Russian President Vladimir Putin recently suggested “information threats” should be a top priority for the federal security service and other state

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Windows 10, three weeks on: the good, the bad and the ugly

It was launched on July 29, described by Microsoft as a “new era in personal computing” with a whole new philosophy in a “mobile first, cloud first

It was launched on July 29, described by Microsoft as a “new era in personal computing” with a whole new philosophy in a “mobile first, cloud first

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Windows 10 is a step forward for Microsoft, say reviewers

Microsoft was left licking its wounds after what many agreed was a dog’s dinner that was known as Windows 8. The launch of Windows 10 has been

Microsoft was left licking its wounds after what many agreed was a dog’s dinner that was known as Windows 8. The launch of Windows 10 has been

Business

Microsoft says Windows 10 is a "new era" in personal computing

Microsoft launched its Windows 10 operating system on Wednesday, hailing the return of much-missed “Start” menu. Windows 10 can run across PCs

Microsoft launched its Windows 10 operating system on Wednesday, hailing the return of much-missed “Start” menu. Windows 10 can run across PCs

Science_technology

Making the invisible visible

That’s exactly what researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are trying to do thanks to a new system that amplifies tiny motions

That’s exactly what researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are trying to do thanks to a new system that amplifies tiny motions

Sport

Sports technology on the ball

In a world where technology plays an integral part of most people’s day-to-day lives the world of sport is making sure its not left behind. Smart

In a world where technology plays an integral part of most people’s day-to-day lives the world of sport is making sure its not left behind. Smart

Business

Xerox gets out of IT outsourcing with sale to Atos

Xerox is selling its information technology outsourcing division – which has nearly 10,000 employees in 45 countries – to French IT services firm

Xerox is selling its information technology outsourcing division – which has nearly 10,000 employees in 45 countries – to French IT services firm

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Amnesty launches tool to combat government suveillance

Amnesty International has launched a tool that spots signs of governments and intelligence agencies snooping on your computer. The new software

Amnesty International has launched a tool that spots signs of governments and intelligence agencies snooping on your computer. The new software

Business

Microsoft investigated by Chinese anti-monopoly body

Microsoft’s competition problems seem to be repeating in China. China’s State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) has said it is

Microsoft’s competition problems seem to be repeating in China. China’s State Administration for Industry and Commerce (SAIC) has said it is

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Microsoft to help Windows XP users over browser bug

Despite withdrawing support for Windows XP last month, Microsoft will help customers still running the outmoded system, amid a threat from

Despite withdrawing support for Windows XP last month, Microsoft will help customers still running the outmoded system, amid a threat from

Business

Microsoft about to name Satya Nadella as new CEO - reports

Microsoft is reportedly about to end its five-month search for a tech-savvy heavy-hitter to head the world’s largest software company. Sources said

Microsoft is reportedly about to end its five-month search for a tech-savvy heavy-hitter to head the world’s largest software company. Sources said

Science_technology

The long wait is over

Queues are so often the bane of our lives; you can find them with relative ease at banks, and airports, and train stations, and post offices. The

Queues are so often the bane of our lives; you can find them with relative ease at banks, and airports, and train stations, and post offices. The

Business

Autonomy 'fraud' probe expands

The UK’s anti-fraud agency has confirmed it is investigating British software firm Autonomy, which has been accused of accounting irregularities by

The UK’s anti-fraud agency has confirmed it is investigating British software firm Autonomy, which has been accused of accounting irregularities by

Science_technology

Cycling therapy for Parkinson's patients

Taking part in the Tour de France is a dream for many keen cyclists, but even if you don’t have the time to get to the Alps you can still attempt

Taking part in the Tour de France is a dream for many keen cyclists, but even if you don’t have the time to get to the Alps you can still attempt

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Guatemala turns down McAfee asylum request

Guatemala has denied the asylum request of John McAfee. The 67-year-old founder of McAfee antivirus software is fighting deportation to Belize. He

Guatemala has denied the asylum request of John McAfee. The 67-year-old founder of McAfee antivirus software is fighting deportation to Belize. He

Business

Windows executive leaves Microsoft Corp

Microsoft executive, Steven Sinofsky has left the world’s largest software company barely two weeks after launching the flagship Window 8. The

Microsoft executive, Steven Sinofsky has left the world’s largest software company barely two weeks after launching the flagship Window 8. The

Business

Apple CEO forces software division chief out

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has pushed out the chief of their mobile software division Scott Forstall. Forstall leaves following problems with the

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook has pushed out the chief of their mobile software division Scott Forstall. Forstall leaves following problems with the

Science_technology

New computer software helps autistic communicate

A special computer programme called “e-mintza” – Basque for “electronic language” – has been developed to help autistic A special computer programme

A special computer programme called “e-mintza” – Basque for “electronic language” – has been developed to help autistic A special computer programme

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Tungstène - the fake photo finder

A year ago, one photograph was everywhere: an image of Osama bin Laden, killed in a raid by US forces. But, in reality, the image was fake. That

A year ago, one photograph was everywhere: an image of Osama bin Laden, killed in a raid by US forces. But, in reality, the image was fake. That

Science_technology

Game on for eye tracking technology

Computer games can be played using eye-tracking technology to control the action on screen. All players have to do is look at what they want to

Computer games can be played using eye-tracking technology to control the action on screen. All players have to do is look at what they want to

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Beware Twitter - Castro not dead...again

Twitter may be a great tool for giving and getting real time information from all over the world but it is also a dangerous machine for spreading

Twitter may be a great tool for giving and getting real time information from all over the world but it is also a dangerous machine for spreading

Business

SAP hit with record copyright infringement fine

A jury in California has stunned top European software editor SAP, fining it after a long-running case for software theft from Oracle. The decision

A jury in California has stunned top European software editor SAP, fining it after a long-running case for software theft from Oracle. The decision

Business

Oracle sues Google over Android

Oracle has accused Google of patent and copyright infringement over parts of the Android computer software used for smartphones. It launched a law

Oracle has accused Google of patent and copyright infringement over parts of the Android computer software used for smartphones. It launched a law

Business

SAP rising in Germany

Germany’s software giant SAP has posted double-digit growth in first quarter sales and operating profit as corporations begin spending on technology

Germany’s software giant SAP has posted double-digit growth in first quarter sales and operating profit as corporations begin spending on technology

Business

Microsoft browser case dropped

The European Commission has agreed to drop its Internet browser case against Microsoft. The US software giant is getting out of a ten-year battle

The European Commission has agreed to drop its Internet browser case against Microsoft. The US software giant is getting out of a ten-year battle

Business

Microsoft 'near agreement with EU'

EU competition regulators are reportedly about to accept an amended offer by Microsoft over how internet browsers are chosen on personal computers

EU competition regulators are reportedly about to accept an amended offer by Microsoft over how internet browsers are chosen on personal computers

Business

IBM out of Sun deal?

IBM’s talks to acquire smaller computer and software rival Sun Microsystems are reported to have broken down. Sun’s shares slumped on the report

IBM’s talks to acquire smaller computer and software rival Sun Microsystems are reported to have broken down. Sun’s shares slumped on the report