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HPE to cut 5,000 jobs before end of the year

HPE to cut 5,000 jobs before end of the year

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At least 5,000 workers are set to lose their jobs at Hewlett Packard Enterprise as the company plans to slash 10 per cent of its workforce. According to Bloomberg, the ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Sep 22nd 2017 at 10:11AM
Qualcomm dealt double blow in its royalty fight with Apple

Qualcomm dealt double blow in its royalty fight with Apple

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Qualcomm has lost two key rulings in its patent royalty fight with Apple. First the chipmaker failed to force Apple’s manufacturing partners to make royalty payments prior to a determination ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Sep 21st 2017 at 9:38AM
London-based Digital Shadows receives £18 million to roll out cyber security product

London-based Digital Shadows receives £18 million to roll out cyber security product

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London-based cyber security firm has raised £18 million in funding to support its global expansion. In a funding round led by Octopus Ventures, the capital will be used to move ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Sep 21st 2017 at 9:24AM
Will Google's $1.1 billion gamble on Pixel pay off?

Will Google's $1.1 billion gamble on Pixel pay off?

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Google is banking on Pixel smartphones proving a success. The tech giant has announced that it will pay $1.1 billion for the division at HTC that develops Google’s Pixel smartphones.

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Sep 21st 2017 at 9:08AM

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PCR's guide to security software

PCR's guide to security software

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PCR rounds up some of the top security software on the market

Jonathan Easton
by Jonathan Easton
on Sep 20th 2017 at 12:10PM
PC prices have been raised by a third since Brexit

PC prices have been raised by a third since Brexit

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In the months following on from the Brexit vote we heard various vendors upping the prices of their products. Last July HTC announced a 10 per cent price hike on ...

Jonathan Easton
by Jonathan Easton
on Sep 20th 2017 at 10:40AM
Toshiba picks Bain consortium as memory chip buyer in $22 billion deal

Toshiba picks Bain consortium as memory chip buyer in $22 billion deal

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The latest – and quite possibly, the final – twist in the highly contentious auction of Toshiba’s memory chip unit looks like drawing the affair to an end. According to ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Sep 20th 2017 at 9:57AM
Printer hardware shipments on the rise

Printer hardware shipments on the rise

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The printer market is growing according to latest figures. According to data published by European IT market analysis firm Context, unit shipments of printer hardware to Europe, the Middle East ...

Jonathan Easton
by Jonathan Easton
on Sep 19th 2017 at 11:05AM
Google attempts to stave off EU fine by offering rivals equal advertising space

Google attempts to stave off EU fine by offering rivals equal advertising space

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After being slapped with a record 2.4 billion euro fine for breaching EU antitrust regulations, Google is doing everything within its power to stave off another hit. In a bid ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Sep 19th 2017 at 10:25AM
Bullitt is booming as demand for tough smartphones soars

Bullitt is booming as demand for tough smartphones soars

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Britain’s only remaining mobile phone manufacturer is enjoying a boom in revenue, bolstered by a growing demand for ‘rugged mobiles’. Reading-based Bullitt Group has seen year-on-year revenue increase of 36 ...

Rob Horgan
by Rob Horgan
on Sep 18th 2017 at 10:18AM

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