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BT Sport: From Young Upstart To UK Sports Broadcasting's Top Innovator

INTERVIEW: From the start, BT Sport has used tech to differentiate itself. COO Jamie Hindhaugh talks about its strategy and the first VR Champions League Final

Tor Project: To Censor 'Hateful' Daily Stormer Would Undermine Our Principles

Tor Project says it is against racism and hate in all its forms but censorship would undermine the anonymity needed for human rights activists

Oracle Considers Handing Java EE Over To Open Source Foundation

Oracle says it will still participate in development, but thinks Java EE would be better off under open source leadership

KopiLuwak Backdoor Refreshed For G20 Cyberattack

Diplomats at risk from a new malware dropper disguised as a document associated with a G20 meeting invite

Cloudflare Pulls Protection From Far Right Daily Stormer Website

Cloudflare CEO said it was a difficult decision but US civil liberties group hits out at tech firms for clampdown

Tech Quiz: The Week In Review

What do you remember about the past 7 days in tech?

Tales In Tech History: ICL, The British Computing Giant

The life and times of a British computing giant that took on the world before falling into foreign ownership

Tales In Tech History: ICL, The British Computing Giant

The life and times of a British computing giant that took on the world before being falling into foreign ownership

Three Fixes Mobile Roaming Fault Affecting France, Luxembourg And Portugal

Three fixes fault that left customers unable to make calls, send texts or access mobile data for more than 24 hours

Tech Quiz: Data Centres

What do you know about the data centres that power the web and our applications?

A-Level Results Day: British University Uses Chatbot To Help With Clearing

Leeds Beckett University is using Facebook Messenger to help students find the right courses in clearing

Charlottesville Violence Shows How The Web Takes Revenge On Extremists

ANALYSIS: The Unite the Right' rally that turned violent in a small Virginia city was enabled by the internet, but then the internet got its revenge

Ransomware Attacks 'Double' As Nation State Weapons Fall Into Hands Of Hackers

Grim reading...Malware is growing, adware mutating, and sophisticated 'nation state' tools are being used by low-level hackers

Microsoft Touts Serverless Computing With Azure Event Grid

Look Mum, no server. Azure Event Grid service allows for the easy creation of serverless workflows

Mobile Payment Values Rise Threefold As Importance To Retailers Grows

Worldpay figures show 336 percent rise in mobile payment values thanks to wider adoption and wider support

Nokia 8 Hopes Polished Exterior And Dual Camera Streaming Will Capture Android Market

Nokia 8 is revived brand's attempt to capture high end market with premium exterior, immersive streaming and pure Android

Trump v Tech: President Says Amazon Does 'Great Damage' & Disbands Advisory Councils

US President criticises Jeff Bezos-run Amazon and dissolves CEO councils ahead of more resignations over his Charlottesville response

Box's First AI Feature Is Cloud Image Recognition

Box will automatically detect images for objects and information to add contextual data and start workflows automatically

Docker Enterprise Edition Updated To Offer Containers-as-a-Service

New edition promises to modernise applications and drive update of Containers-as-a-Service

Shadow Brokers Exploit Kits Are A Malware 'Game Changer'

Kaspersky Labs researchers say wide availability of exploit packages in-the-wild is a 'game changer' in 'unrelenting' cyber threat

Google Chrome Extensions Targeted In 'Hijacking Spree'

Google Chrome has come under concerted attack in recent weeks from compromised 'extensions'

Law Lessons: What EU GDPR & NIS Directive Mean For Your Business

James Castro-Edwards, Partner and Head of Data Protection Law at Wedlake Bell, gives a law lesson on the implications of GDPR and NIS Directive and what to do now

IT LIFE: Richard Pursey, SafeToNet CEO

Richard Pursey details how SafeToNet uses AI to protect children online, his career to date and why routemapping technology took his breath away

Scottish Parliament Confirms Brute Force Cybersecurity Incident

IT systems at Scottish Parliament suffers similar cyber-attack to recent Westminster assault

BT & Dell EMC Trial Disaggregated Switching Tech In SDN Push

BT and Dell EMC to see how next generation, programmable switching technology can catalyse the arrival of smart networking services.

BT To Axe Half Of Public Telephone Boxes

Will people care? BT is to remove 20,000 phone boxes by 2022 as usage plummets

Microsoft Boosts Azure HPC With Cycle Computing Acquisition

Microsoft hopes Cycle Computing deal will make it easier for any company to take advantage of cloud-based HPC on Azure

Microsoft's Bill Gates Donates £3.6bn To Charity

Microsoft co-founder makes huge charity donation, as he continues Foundation's philanthropic work

Silicon Readers Say It's About Time For Tube Mobile Coverage

Silicon readers want tube mobile coverage, not in-tunnel silence

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich Resigns From Trump's Advisory Council

Krzanich and two other US chief executives left the American Manufacturing Council over the administration's response to weekend's riots

US Government Seeks Information On Thousands Of Protest Website Visitors

Dreamhost said it plans to fight a search warrant demanding information on a protest site, including the IP addresses of all 1.3 million visitors

'World's Largest' Data Centre Set To Be Built In Norway

The Kolos facility inside the Arctic Circle would scale up to a massive 6.46 million square feet and draw more than 1,000 MW of power

Gmail iOS App Gets Auto-Phishing Protection

Google extends Gmail phishing protection to iPhone users

Amazon Hopes AWS Macie Machine Learning Tool Will Stem Cloud Data Loss

AWS SUMMIT: Amazon has released Macie, an AI-powered tool aimed at securing data held in the cloud, following a string of inadvertent data leaks

Oracle Diary: Exadata Cloud Database Lets Customers Migrate Any App

All the latest news from Oracle's cloud platforms, software and security

Death By PowerPoint: Malware Attacks Use Malicious Slide Show Files To Evade Antivirus

A sophisticated attack uses targeted emails and a known Microsoft Office bug to get around antivirus and take over users' systems

AWS Powers Hulu Live TV To Strengthen Media Cloud Credentials

AWS SUMMIT NEW YORK: Amazon secured Hulu Live TV as a customer while it also signs up financial analytics firm FICO

Microsoft Azure Targets Australian Government With Two New Regions Down Under

Two new Azure regions will open in in Australia in 2018, promising the highest level of security for government data

Judge Tells LinkedIn It Cannot Stop Third Parties From Collecting Profile Data

LinkedIn must allow startup HiQ to collect data from public profiles in a case that tests how much control internet companies have over user data

Google Joins GoDaddy In Withdrawing Domain Service To US Far Right Website

Google cancels Daily Stormer domain registration just 24 hours after GoDaddy withdrew its own service for post about killed protester

WannaCry 'Hero' Pleads Not Guilty To Kronos Malware Charges

Marcus Hutchins, who helped stop the WannaCry attack, rejects six charges of helping to create and spread the Kronos banking malware

Pwned By Your Possessions: Is IoT Worth The Trade-Off?

ANALYSIS: The IoT brings with a lot of security risks with it. Ethical hacker Ken Munro asks whether having your toothbrush connected to the Internet is worth it

Russian APT28 'Hacking Hotels To Steal Guests' Passwords'

The allegedly state-backed hacking group has been implicated in an information-stealing campaign targeting guests at hotels in Europe and the Middle East

HBO Hackers Leak More TV Shows But Not Game Of Thrones As £5m Ransom Isn't Met

Hackers release more TV episodes and could release more, alongside contact details of actors and legal documents unless HBO pays £5m

SonicSpy Android Malware Records Audio And Takes Pictures

More than 4,000 samples of SonicSpy have been distributed since February, hidden in apps on Google Play and elsewhere

Google Cloud Diary: GCP Speech API Gets New Languages, Longer File Support & Time Stamps

GCP NEWS: Google Cloud Speech API improves speech recognition and adds more languages, plus all the latest Google Cloud Platform news

Windows 10 Pro For Workstation Boosts Performance And Resiliency For 'Sever Grade' Systems

Microsoft unleashes more power for high end systems with Windows 10 Pro for Workstations arriving as part of the Fall Creators Update

techUK: Digital Connectivity Boost Is 'Essential For Post-Brexit Economy'

The government 'needs' to take leadership on forging a more dynamic environment for ultrafast broadband and wireless networks

GoDaddy Withdraws Service To US Far Right Website

GoDaddy says post criticisng woman who died in Charlottesville protests broke the terms of its service