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Do you like the new look?

  1. I love it. (725 votes [78.21%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 78.21%

  2. I don't like it. (73 votes [7.87%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 7.87%

  3. I don't know what to say..... (129 votes [13.92%] - View)

    Percentage of vote: 13.92%


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GCHQ's Robert Hannigan says tech firms... -----

Nov 04 2014 09:38 AM | devil soul in IT News

US technology companies have become "the command and control networks of choice" for terrorists such as Islamic State, the new head of GCHQ has said. Writing in the Financial Times, Robert Hannigan said some internet firms were "in denial...   Read story →

Facebook sets up 'dark web' link to acc... *****

Nov 04 2014 09:36 AM | devil soul in IT News

By Dave Lee Technology reporter, BBC News Facebook has created the ability for users to connect directly to the social network via anonymising "dark web" service Tor. While it was already possible to access Facebook via Tor, the new set-up mean...   Read story →

Wearable tech can monitor dog health -----

Nov 04 2014 09:35 AM | devil soul in IT News

Communication between dogs and humans could be improved with wearable tech for canines. Developed in the US, the harness is fitted with sensors that monitor both a dog's posture and its vital signs and can pass the information to an owner. It al...   Read story →

Microsoft ends retail sales of Windows 7 and 8 -----

Nov 04 2014 09:34 AM | devil soul in IT News

Microsoft has officially stopped selling retail copies of some versions of Windows 7 and 8. The date to stop selling the software was set some time ago and should help Microsoft move people on to more recent versions of its operating system. Separate...   Read story →

Special coating makes batteries child-safe -----

Nov 04 2014 09:34 AM | devil soul in IT News

By Jonathan Webb Science reporter, BBC News Engineers in the US have produced child-safe batteries with a special coating that stops them causing harm if they are swallowed. Small, button-shaped batteries can be easy to swallow and cause thousands of...   Read story →

One wi-fi hotspot for every 150 people, says study -----

Nov 04 2014 09:33 AM | devil soul in IT News

By Jane Wakefield Technology reporter, BBC News The UK has one wi-fi hotspot for every 11 people and worldwide there is one for every 150, new research from wi-fi provider iPass indicates. It suggests there will be 47.7 million public hotspots worldwi...   Read story →

Millions of websites hit by Drupal hack attack -----

Nov 04 2014 09:32 AM | devil soul in IT News

Up to 12 million websites may have been compromised by attackers who took advantage of a bug in the widely used Drupal software. The sites use Drupal to manage web content and images, text and video. Drupal has issued a security warning saying users...   Read story →

Former Android boss Andy Rubin leaves Google -----

Nov 04 2014 09:32 AM | devil soul in IT News

One of the creators of the world's most popular mobile operating system is to leave Google, it has been announced. Andy Rubin, who co-founded the Android project, is to step down after around nine years at the technology giant. Announcing Mr Rubi...   Read story →

Sony reports a quarterly loss of $1.2bn -----

Nov 04 2014 09:31 AM | devil soul in IT News

Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony has reported a net loss for the three months to September of 136bn yen ($1.2bn; £762m). The loss, which was attributed to its struggling mobile phone business, was not as great as analysts had expected. I...   Read story →

Zoe Quinn: GamerGate must be condemned -----

Nov 04 2014 09:30 AM | devil soul in IT News

By Dave Lee Technology reporter, BBC News Games publishers and industry figures must "stand-up and condemn" the movement referred to as "GamerGate", developer Zoe Quinn has told the BBC. Ms Quinn has been at the centre of a furore which...   Read story →




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