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UN committee calls on countries to protect right to privacy

A United Nations panel has approved a resolution that would have its General Assembly call on states to respect and protect the right to privacy in the digital age. read more »


NASA creates first 3D printed object in space

Taking the first step in what NASA hopes will become a key part of future long-term space journeys, engineers have created the first 3D printed object in space. read more »

Home Depot spent $43 million on data breach in just one quarter

The retailer expects 'significant' ongoing expenses from the breach read more »

Breaking up is hard to do, but HP won't look back

The split will be 'the biggest separation that's ever been done,' HP's CEO said read more »

San Francisco DA pushes for chip payment cards in tech's backyard

Chip-and-PIN technology in credit and debit cards is designed to curb theft and fraud read more »

Adobe tries again to fix Flash vulnerability

Malware authors found a way to continue to exploit a vulnerability patched last month read more »

NAO hints at Universal Credit IT write-offs that top £200 million

National Audit Office report reveals that just 36 percent of IT assets developed so far are actually being used read more »

Microsoft study finds everybody wants DevOps but culture is a challenge

The cultural barriers between developers and operations are way more of an obstacle than any shortcomings of technology. read more »

Google delays demise of old-style Chrome plug-ins

Google on Monday gave traditional Google plug-ins a stay of execution and instead outlined a plan to finalize their demise in 10 months. read more »

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McLaren's F1 predictive analytics snapped up by KPMG

McLaren's F1 predictive analytics snapped up by KPMG

KPMG will use the Formula One team's predictive analytics to inform businesses about auditing and supply chain optimisation read more »

CA Technologies paid RBS ‘millions’ for role in IT fiasco

Bank has reached a confidential agreement with the software supplier, according to reports read more »

Ministry of Defence warms to BYOD to gain digital flexibility

Troops will be able to access documents through a secure web browser on their own devices read more »

SAP faces communications battle with its customers

User group survey results contrast with the company's customer survey read more »

Capgemini needs European IT staff for Latin American market

Customers who are expanding or outsourcing IT in Latin America want to use the same supplier across global divisions read more »

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Tablet shipments will increase by just 7.2 percent this year, compared to 52.5 percent in 2013.

DT and Informatica service links cloud, on-premises apps, data

The data orchestration service is aimed at companies with hybrid computing environments

Twitter, in time for the holidays, puts digital coupons in your feed

The tool requires people to store their payment information with Twitter

Bitdefender security appliance for home networks seeks to replace end-point antivirus

Bitdefender BOX can replace or run alongside a home router to scan all network traffic for security threats

Rimini Street placed on Crown Commercial Service support services framework

Joins rival Spinnaker on EASS third party supplier list

Pew poll: Limited knowledge on privacy policies, more on net neutrality

About six in 10 US Internet users were able to correctly define net neutrality in a survey

Brazilian firm Algar signs £34m outsourcing deal with Capgemini

Longest BPO contract in Capgemini's history extended with leading Brazilian firm

Mobile broadband modems are losing their appeal with consumers

Shipments are expected to decline by 24 percent year on year

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