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.
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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.
Following pressure from sections of Parliament and the public, Theresa May’s government has published a 77-page white paper document to set out a strategy for leaving the EU. But what does it add to what we already know?
In response to a consultations with the business community throughout 2016, HMRC has issued further information about its plans for Making Tax Digital.
Have you ever taken a changing room selfie? You wouldn’t be alone, 21% of shoppers now use their mobile devices in changing rooms!
Samsung began the general rollout of its Android 7.0 Nougat update for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, starting in the United States and said it hoped to release the final update sometime in January.
Aon has today launched Brexit Navigator, a solution designed to help businesses in the telecommunications sector quantify the impact of Brexit risk exposures.
Samsung has confirmed that Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge owners will be able to download Android 7.1.1 Nougat and upgrade their devices in January 2017.
Samsung has rolled out the fourth beta of Android 7.0 Nougat, since first introducing the Galaxy Beta Program back in early November.
On October 10, Samsung took the sensible decision to stop sales and shipments of Galaxy Note7 devices as part of their commitment to customer safety.
BlackBerry has today moved into its new European headquarters at the Pearce Building in Maidenhead town centre, occupying three floors.
Samsung has opened up the Galaxy Beta program to more UK users, following the initial rollout earlier this month. This gives Galaxy S7 and S7 edge owners a second change to try pre-release versions of Nougat for the phones.
BlackBerry has become the first major mobile vendor to receive the new Cyber Essentials Plus (CE+) certification from the UK Government.