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How To Use Money To Prevent The Next Heartbleed

Support open source with time and money, stop a repeat of the Heartbleed OpenSSL flaw, says Seean Michael Kerner

8 years ago

Why Did The IBM VP Board HP’s Moonshot?

Susan Blocher was marketing IBM's PureSystems, till she decided to jump to HP's Moonshot programme. What was the attraction?

8 years ago

It’s The End Of XP – Not The World

Windows XP had to go because it lacks modern security features, says Robert Lemos. But you can take a measured…

8 years ago

IT Life: Agile And The Raspberry Pi

Barrie Hadfield likes agile development, human rights and the Raspberry Pi

8 years ago

Inventor Of Modern Storage Stuart Parkin Is Awarded The 2014 Millennium Prize

Parkin’s innovation enabled 1000-fold growth in the capacity of hard drives

8 years ago

Windows XP Is Dead – Long Live Linux!

Windows XP machines could have a new lease of life running Linux, says Sean Michael Kerner - but only if…

8 years ago

How To Survive The Death Of Windows XP

If you really must run Windows XP after Microsoft cuts off support today, Wayne Rash tells you how to do…

8 years ago

Ex-GCHQ Head And David Blunkett Call For Spying Transparency

Former Home secretary David Blunkett and ex-director of GCHQ Sir David Omand both say the intelligence agency should be more…

8 years ago

IT Life: I Can Read Barcodes

Making your mobile IT work is Bob Tinker's first priority, but he's proud to say he can read barcodes without…

8 years ago

Yahoo Launches Post-Snowden Security Boost

Yahoo's new CISO promises more after encryption drive

8 years ago

Open Source Collaboration Is A Top-Down Decision

Collaboration might seem to come naturally to open source developers, but the Linux Foundation tell Sean Michael Kerner that it's…

8 years ago

What’s Tech Got To Do With Homelessness?

Each year on Byte Night, the tech industry raises money for young people. Ken Deeks explains why you should join…

8 years ago

Trustwave Gets Sued: Who Is Next?

Banks claim security firm Trustwave left US retailer Target open to credit card security breaches. Sean Michael Kerner thinks this…

8 years ago

IT Life: Changing Our Desktops

Most people work from three or more devices, says Lisa Hammond.She wants to sort your workspace

8 years ago

Kim Dotcom Launches Party For New Zealand Elections

“This is a movement for the freedom of the Internet and technology”, says the fugitive millionaire - who cannot stand…

8 years ago

Brendan Eich Is The Right Person To Lead Mozilla

Brendan Eich has guided Mozilla's technical strategy from the start. Sean Michael Kerner says perfect to lead the maker of…

8 years ago

Wearable Tech: Style Meets Substance

Ray-Bans with built-in google Glass? It's just the latest sign that wearable technology is hitting the big time, Michael Moore

8 years ago

The Pirate Bay Founder Peter Sunde Will Be Running For EU Parliament

“We need to reboot the thing called democracy,” says former spokesman for the file-sharing website

8 years ago

IT Life: Britvic Tech Boss Is University Professor

Rob Pritchard runs tech at soft drink giant Britvic, and is professor of applied IT at Birmingham City University

8 years ago

Osborne Announces £42m Alan Turing Institute For Big Data: Budget 2014

Alan Turing Institute to put Briish companies at the head of Big Data research, Osborne promises in surprise Budget announcement

8 years ago

WhatsApp Founder Denies Facebook Acquisition Will Alter Privacy Policies

Jan Koum defends WhatsApp users' right to privacy following $19bn acquisition by Facebook earlier this month

8 years ago

Import.io: Semantic Web Is Dead, Long Live Structured Web!

Andrew Fogg, Chief Data Officer at Import.io, wants to start a movement to improve the Web, by turning any website…

8 years ago

Why CeBIT Lives, And Other Tech Shows Died

CeBIT wasn't afraid to change, while Comdex and PC Expo got stuck in a rut, says Wayne Rash

8 years ago

IT Life: Taking Book Publishing Into The Digital Age

David McNally from Macmillan Science and Education says embracing change is an acquired skill

8 years ago

Nigel Shadbolt: Welcome To The Age Of Digital Enlightenment

In its next 25 years, the Web will drive a redefinition of the relationship between citizens and society, Sir Nigel…

8 years ago

Internet Needs Its Own ‘Bill Of Rights’ Says Sir Tim Berners-Lee

Founder of the World Wide Web speaks on the 25th anniversary of his creation

8 years ago

Edward Snowden Welcomes Debate On Surveillance, Warns The Fight Is Not Over

We need to encrypt everything, the whistleblower tells South by Southwest festival, over a live link from Moscow

8 years ago

Microsoft Must Find Its Creative Voice

Back in 2009 At MacWorld, John Gruber, of the Daring Fireball blog, gave a talk called the "The Auteur Theory…

8 years ago

Tech ‘Too Important To Be Left To Men’ Says Neelie Kroes

Neelie Kroes launches new campaign to get more women involved in technology ahead of National Women’s Day

8 years ago

MWC 2014: Mozilla Says Firefox OS Will Fill The Entry-Level Vacuum

Mozilla vice president of mobile Andreas Gal tells TechWeekEurope about the budget-friendly future of Firefox OS and the likelihood of…

8 years ago