Tech News from the UK
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BlackBerry will hold the 2017 Annual BlackBerry Security Summit event in London and New York to address the current situation and trends in secure enterprise mobility.
Samsung today announced that its digital wallet, Samsung Pay, is now available to HSBC, first direct and M&S Bank cardholders in the UK.
Payday loan firm Wonga are warning more than a a quarter of a million customers that their personal data may have been stolen in a data breach at the firm.
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Specialist Intellectual Property (IP) Law firm EIP today secured a significant decision on behalf of its client in a case of international relevance to the telecoms sector.
BT has been fined £42m by Ofcom, the largest penalty imposed by the regulator, and will have to pay an estimated £300m in compensation to rival telecoms companies over delays installing high-speed internet connections.
A 4-year-old boy saved his mother's life after the young boy was able to call for help with the assistance ofApple's Siri. Roman was home when he discovered his mother lying on the floor unconscious.
After the London terrorist attack this week, where Khalid Masood killed four people in Westminster, the home secretary has said that intelligence services must have access to encrypted messaging services.
Samsung and Arqiva have announced an agreement to conduct the United Kingdom’s first 5G trials with a focus on Fixed Wireless Access.
Armour Communications has announced its integration with Skype for Business. Armour Mobile is now able to connect to Skype for Business using standard Cisco SIP-based technology.
Google and Microsoft have signed an agreement with the UK Government and the creative industries in a long-running battle over links to pirated films and music online.
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) was officially opened by Her Majesty The Queen Tuesday, February 14. The NCSC brings together and replaces three existing cyber security organisations.