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HP’s latest research warns that the increase of IoT (Internet of Things) devices have created new attack vector for hackers.
Rutland Partners, the new owner of Maplin, has told PCR that the UK electronics retailer can become a force in the etail space.
ESPO’s communications manager, Claire Watkin, talks about supplying to schools for over 30 years and what the classroom of the future may look like.
A new cryptocurrency has launched that lets users mine for currency while contributing to vital medical research.
After it’s most successful London event yet earlier this year, PCR Boot Camp is expanding with an event in Leeds on November 12th.
Utopia Computers has revamped its Warmachine series to offer more customisations, reduced delivery times and a 10-year limited warranty, which the system builder says is the longest in the UK.
Apple has said that almost 29 per cent of the 700 Beats employees will loose their position within the company.
Research from Strategy Analytics has revealed Android’s platform share of the global market is at 84.6 per cent, for the second quarter 2014.
A national campaign has launched, which sets out to improve the digital presence of Britain’s small business community.
This week we take a look at how USB devices can be hacked, the security issues around wearable tech, and the new findings on the Koler malware.
Exertis Micro-P has announced that it will carry out the distribution of Naim Audio’s first consumer wireless music system, Mu-so.