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AI-Powered ChatBot Aims To Coach Staff In Hertfordshire NHS Hospital Trust

Startup Saberr's CoachBot makes its NHS debut

BlackBerry QNX Will Form The Core Of Delphi's Driverless Car OS

Delphi wants to create an system car makers and use to develop autonomous vehicles

Cisco, Samsung, Intel And Others Targeted By CCleaner Hidden Malware

The supply chain attack was sophisticated and could have been state-sponsored

Dropbox DBX Platform Offers Up More APIs For App Developers To Harness

The cloud storage firm aims to make Dropbox an integration dream for developers

Google Adds Natural Language Support To Enterprise Search Tool

Cloud Search now lets users search for enterprise content scattered across databases, documents and other sources using natural language.

Tech Quiz: The Internet Of Things

IoT Quiz: What do you know about the Internet of Things and the technologies behind it?

Oracle Diary: Oracle 'Simplifies' Cloud Pricing With Licence Mobility & Universal Credits

ORACLE NEWS: Oracle promises its new pricing models will make it cheaper to move to the cloud without sacrificing features

Should We Treat Data And Technology As Separate Sectors?

IN-DEPTH: Data is the lifeblood of a modern organisation, but is it time to treat it as distinct from technology? Sooraj Shah investigates

Google Buys HTC Smartphone Talent For $1.1bn

UPDATED: HTC will continue to operate a phone brand and push deeper into virtual reality

Google Cloud Diary: GCP Opens Data Centres In Brazil & Google Natural Language API Updates

GCP NEWS: Google Natural Language API tools will help publishers and businesses better understand their digital assets while Brazil data centres will improve performance for South America

HTC's Big Announcement Could Be A Google Buyout

The Taiwanese tech company will likely retain the Vive brand

Microsoft Updates Azure AI-Assisted Cloud Services For Streaming Media

The company is using artificial intelligence technologies to help streaming media customers derive more value out of their video content

Intel's Nervana DevCloud Offers Free Access To AI Compute Power For 200,000 People

The chipmaker appears to be fully committed to the powering the rise of artificial intelligence

Britain, France And Italy To Pressure Internet Companies To Tackle 'Terrorist Content' Faster

Britain wants Internet firms to remove extremist content from their sites and services in a speedier fashion, with the aim to react to such content within two hours of its first appearing. At the UN, the UK will be joined by France and Italy in raising the issue of “terrorist content” ...

Manchester Police Has More Than 1,000 PCs Still Running Windows XP

The UK's second largest police force still has a large amount of legacy Windows machines

Aruba Adds Machine Learning Security Platform To Networking Range

The analytics-based Aruba 360 Fabric integrates with the firm's own built-in security capabilities, but will work even if no Aruba gear is in place

IT LIFE: David Pollington, GSMA Technical Director

David Pollington talks about his career, the future of mobile and IoT in a global world, and why he could have been a musician

Three-Quarters Of Local Government Departments 'Hit By Malware'

Half of local government bodies said they've been affected by ransomware in the past year, with 76 percent hit by cyber attacks

Apple Makes iOS 11 Available For iPhone And iPad

iOS 11 Launch: The latest version of Apple's mobile operating system is now available

Salesforce Creates £37m Fund To Invest In AI Startups

The AI Innovation Fund has started off by investing in AI startups in the areas of marketing, data management and natural language processing

Google Cloud Diary: Google Natural Language API Gets Content Analysis Tools

GCP NEWS: Google Natural Language API tools will help publishers and businesses better understand their digital assets

Intel Has Now Invested $1bn In AI Startups

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich reiterates company's commitment to the AI future

Hacked Credit Agency Equifax 'Hit By Separate Intrusion In March'

The credit reporting giant was reportedly hit by a separate major breach in March, weeks before the theft of personal data on millions of people

Researchers Drain Bitcoin Account Using Known Mobile SS7 Flaw

Positive Technologies used a known flaw in the SS7 mobile messaging protocol to take over a Gmail account and the Coinbase account linked to it

Outlook.com Users Hit By Day-Long Outage Across UK, Europe

An issue with load-balancing software caused messages to pile up, with some still undelivered on Tuesday morning

Toshiba's Protégé X20W-D Business Ultrabook Is Tough And Reliable

REVIEW: This laptop is built for business travel as well as for work in the office. It comes with the features you expect in a very thin form that's as attractive as it is portable

AWS Diary: Amazon Adds Per-Second Billing For Some Cloud Services

AWS NEWS: Amazon says per-second billing will make it even more cost effective to use AWS

Oracle Diary: Oracle Promises Hardware Improvements With SPARC M8 Chip

ORACLE NEWS: Oracle is latest cloud giant to back Kubernetes as it continues open source drive

EU-US Privacy Shield Heads Into First Annual Review

The controversial pact faces its first test, as data protection policies under the new US administration spur European criticism

BT Opens First Cybersecurity Hub Outside UK In Australia

BT opens first cybersecurity R&D hub outside the UK, claiming it wants to tap into talent in Sydney and New South Wales

Avast CCleaner Utility 'Installed Malware' For One Month

The popular utility CCleaner was apparently accessed by hackers and made to distribute malware during the month to mid-September, researchers say

Vevo Hackers Release Then Delete 3TB Of Internal Files

The white-hat hacking group OurMine said it released the files after a Vevo employee allegedly told them, 'f-- off, you don't have anything'

iOS 11: Apple To Reject 'Antivirus' Software From The App Store

Apple updates privacy and quality guidelines for developers ahead of the iOS 11 launch this week

Quantum Computing Poses Risks To Cryptography And Bitcoin

The coming era of quantum computing will require new technologies and approaches to keep cryptography secure

Equifax Confirms 400,000 UK Consumers Affected By Huge US Data Breach

Equifax says UK systems not breached but due to process error, Brits' data was stored on hacked US servers

Equifax Confirms 400,000 UK Consumers Affected By Huge US Data Breach

Equifax says UK systems not breached but due to process error, Brits data was stored on hacked UK servers

Cisco & ScotRail To Trial 300Mbps Train Wi-Fi Between Glasgow & Edinburgh

It is claimed Project SWIFT will make commuters and train operators more efficient as one third of all Wi-Fi requests on trains fail

Startup Showcase: Satchel

Naimish Gohil, CEO & Founder of Edtech firm Satchel, explains how his startup wants to change homework forerver

Microsoft Azure Diary: Azure Confidential Computing Encrypts Data In Use

AZURE NEWS: Microsoft's new security features are a 'first' for the public cloud

Tales In Tech History: The Origins Of The iPhone

The iPhone X celebrates ten years of the iPhone. Here is the story of the phone that changed everything

Poll: Will You Be Buying An iPhone X?

The iPhone X is the biggest upgrade to the range in years. But it's also the most expensive. Will you be getting one?

Why GSMA is Launching 'Case for Change' Mobile Campaign

ANALYSIS: The idea is to counteract issues such as addiction to mobile devices by spotlighting the U.N.'s sustainability requirements