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Charles Arthur

Charles Arthur

    How UK's Inmarsat honed in on missing Malaysia Airlines jet
    How UK's Inmarsat honed in on missing Malaysia Airlines jet
    The Malaysian prime minister on...
    Smartwatch enters tech arms race
    Smartwatch enters tech arms race
    Dick Tracy would be in heaven. The fictional secret agent who had a "wrist TV", which he could also use to make calls, would on Wednesday...
    Google could face legal sanctions over privacy policies
    Google could face legal sanctions over privacy policies
    Privacy watchdogs in the UK, Germany and Italy have told Google to rewrite its privacy policy in Europe or face legal sanctions, 15 months after...
    Google Glass proves to be half full
    Google Glass proves to be half full
    I had expected a lot more from Google Glass. The hype around this wearable device — a pair of glasses that incorporates a little screen in...
    Next iPhone 'to be cheaper, not bigger'
    Next iPhone 'to be cheaper, not bigger'
    But the odds are narrowing that the technology group will release a cheaper iPhone to capture the pay-as-you-go market.
    Syria fights back with hack attacks
    Syria fights back with hack attacks
    In recent weeks, the self-styled Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) has launched hacking attacks on the BBC, the Associated Press (AP) and most recently,...
    Online communities should leave solving cases to experts
    Online communities should leave solving cases to experts
    "Reddit gets it right" proclaimed the top post on the thread on Reddit, one of the world's most-read sites. The cause for self-congratulation? Getting the names of the suspects in the Boston marathon bombing right, of course....
    Microsoft plan its own mini tablet in response to Apple
    Microsoft plan its own mini tablet in response to Apple
    Microsoft is working with manufacturers to produce a line of small Windows-powered touchscreen devices to compete with fast-selling tablets such as...
    Seoul: North Korea behind March hacking
    Seoul: North Korea behind March hacking
    North Korea was behind the cyberattack in March that wiped hard drives on more than 30 000 computers at TV stations and disrupted banks in...
    Anonymous hackers 'take over' Burger King's Twitter account
    Anonymous hackers 'take over' Burger King's Twitter account
    Burger King's Twitter feed was hacked on Monday afternoon, apparently by hackers...
    Dell's mobility division not gaining ground
    Dell's mobility division not gaining ground
    In the three months to the start of November, Dell's revenues fell by 11% year on year to $13.7-billion and its operating profit by 48% to...
    Windows makeover stays in familiar territory
    Windows makeover stays in familiar territory
    It is called Windows 8, but it might be simpler to think of it as Windows 7+1. Underneath everything you will see at first is the same Windows that...