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Third of UK mums using 'hand-me-up' phones 24/04/2014

Technology discarded by teens and twenty-somethings is increasingly finding its way into the hands of parents and grandparents






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Facebook beats Apple in battle of employee approval 24/04/2014

Social media newcomer may be dwarfed by the tech giant in scale but Facebook staff are more devoted to their company than those at Apple






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US to propose 'fast lane' net rules 24/04/2014

New net neutrality rules will be published next month with some saying FCC will end principle of equal traffic for all. More - US to propose 'fast lane' net rules
 

What will Apple do next? Five likely products 24/04/2014

Following strong financial performance in the first quarter of 2014, what is Apple working on to keep it ahead of the crowd? Rhiannon Williams reports






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Modular datacentres yield 30% more savings than traditional datacentres 24/04/2014

A comparison of the total cost of ownership of two datacentre architectures – traditional facility and the modular datacentre reveals which one is cheaper More - Modular datacentres yield 30% more savings than traditional datacentres
 

Half UK IT decision makers unaware of coming EU data laws, study shows 24/04/2014

Only half of UK IT decision makers are aware of the coming EU Data Protection Regulation, a study shows More - Half UK IT decision makers unaware of coming EU data laws, study shows
 

How sales of Apple's iPhone beat forecasts - in charts 24/04/2014

Apple impressed shareholders on Wednesday night with a profit rise of $700m, although demand for iPads was disappointing






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Apple patent stops drivers texting 24/04/2014

Apple has patented a system that would lock drivers out of their smartphones while on the move, in a bid to cut down on accidents caused by texting and other distracting features






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Warhol works found on Amiga disks 24/04/2014

A dozen previously unknown works created by Andy Warhol have been recovered from 30-year-old Amiga disks. More - Warhol works found on Amiga disks
 

Wildebeest migration? There's an app for that 24/04/2014

A new app allows those on safari to track the wildebeest migration in real time






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