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RBS to cut IT contractor pay by 10 percent

Royal Bank of Scotland is to reduce the pay of its IT contractors by 10 percent as part of ongoing cost cutting moves.
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Android mobile ad traffic beats iOS for first time

Android smartphones and tablets now get the most mobile ad traffic worldwide, but iPhones and iPads still get 52% of the revenue.
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Amadeus aims to spot system errors before they happen with Netuitive

Amadeus, the airline industry’s technology partner, is implementing monitoring software that it hopes will eventually enable it to identify and fix system errors before they occur.
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Samsung's Galaxy Tab 4 line-up goes on sale May 1 starting at $199.99

Three versions of the new Galaxy Tab 4 tablet line will go on sale in the U.S. on May 1, with the new 7-in. Wi-Fi model priced at $199.99.
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Apple kicks off public OS X beta testing

Apple today followed Microsoft in opening up pre-release, or beta, versions of its personal computer operating system to all comers.
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It's the little things that matter in Amazon Redshift upgrade

Amazon Web Services has increased the number of simultaneous queries its hosted data warehouse Redshift can handle, improving performance in cases where many small queries are now forced to wait.
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TfL prepares for NFC smartphone payments on Underground

Transport for London is conducting a contactless payments trial that could see passengers pay for journeys using an NFC-enabled smartphone in future.
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Google AdWords cleared in geotagging patent lawsuit

Google AdWords does not infringe a location-based search patent owned by a company called GeoTag, a U.S. judge ruled in a case in which Google and Microsoft teamed up to come to the aid of customers who use their mapping services.
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Kiddicares digital chief Simon Harrow joins start-up incubator

Simon Harrow, the head of digital development at online baby goods company Kiddicare, has joined digital incubator Haatch.
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Welsh NHS health board reaps time and energy benefits of thin clients

A Welsh health board says it has "radically cut" management time and energy costs with 2,500 thin clients.
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VCE Vblock Systems vs. Reference Architectures

Advances in information technology are driving the accelerating pace of business. IT has powered innovations such as integrated supply chains, e-commerce, connected teams and global distribution networks. As a result, businesses are now moving even faster, spurring IT to pick up the pace even more – further increasing businesses’ agility and speed of innovation.
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China's Xiaomi targets ten markets in international expansion

Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi plans to enter ten foreign markets later this year, including Brazil, Mexico and Russia, in a bid to expand globally with its low-cost but cutting-edge phones.
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South-East police forces tender for £20m data security work

South-East police forces are tendering a framework agreement worth up to £20 million over two years for the provision of data security services.
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Talent shortage and immigration policies hold back London's tech sector

A lack of talent and strict immigration policies are holding back London's tech sector, according to a group of business experts.
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