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Microsoft is thinking about changing the name of Internet Explorer. In an “Ask Me Anything” chat on Reddit last week, engineers from Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team fielded questions...

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If you’ve been following Tech Now, you already know all about the current crop of fitness trackers, from Jawbone UP to Shine. But technology marches ever onward, and there’s now a new group of exercise...

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Take a picture. Send a text. Play a game. Check email. Make a call. Get directions. Then, all this threatens to stop cold in an instant.A smartphone or tablet’s low battery warning is the only warning...

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Entertainment companies, broadband providers and the Government have teamed up for a major campaign to persuade UK consumers to use only legal download sites. The Creative Content UK campaign has today...

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Microsoft’s plan to compete with Netflix and Amazon by producing its own TV shows has come to an early end, as the firm announces 18,000 job cuts.Xbox Entertainment Studio will close by the end of the...

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A Spanish court has ordered blocks on six file-sharing sites to be lifted.All six sites were blocked in May after being accused of infringing copyright by the Spanish anti-piracy federation. The block...

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Apple has been criticised by the European Commission for not offering any “concrete and immediate” plans to stop users being misled by “free” apps.Many popular apps are free to download, but are...

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Samsung Electronics said five of its Galaxy-branded smartphones and tablets that come with its enterprise security software recently received approval from the U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency,...

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Microsoft employees are bracing for news of up to 12,000 layoffs in the run-up to CEO Satya Nadella’s conference call with Wall Street analysts late Tuesday.Earlier this week, Bloomberg News cited unnamed...

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Civil rights activists are turning up pressure on Twitter to publicly release the gender and ethnic breakdown of its flock of employees. And they are doing it by waging an attention-grabbing campaign on...