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PRISM woes and CISP holes: CERT-UK has its work cut out

Emergency response team opens in the knick of time, says V3 reporter Alastair Stevenson

V3's Dan Robinson

Office for iPad shows Microsoft has woken up and smelled the coffee

Support for Apple's tablet shows Microsoft understands we are now in a multi-platform world, claims V3 technical editor Dan Robinson

V3's Madeline Bennett

The Internet of Things is too valuable to let privacy concerns impact uptake

Users need to choose products from vendors that offer proper data protection, says V3 editor Madeline Bennett

Web@25: An amazing journey but we must fight for its future

We must keep the web free, open and neutral, argues V3 news editor Dan Worth

Android woes could be an opportunity for Ubuntu smartphones

A Linux-based 'superphone' could draw interest from professionals worried by Android security flaws and Google's intentions, argues V3's Daniel Robinson

MWC: Galaxy S5 is a great smartphone, but Samsung’s Knox upgrades are game-changing

V3 reporter Alastair Stevenson explores the importance of Knox in the Korean firm's bid to secure Android

Wearable technology in business: big data benefits bring legal and privacy risks

Firms need to prepare for the impact of the Bring Your Own Wearable Device trend, advises lawyer Louise Taylor

Windows XP: It’s dead, get over it

XP diehards cannot expect Microsoft to support the platform indefinitely, argues V3 technical editor Dan Robinson

Satya Nadella has cloud credentials but lacks clout as Microsoft’s mobile man

New Microsoft chief will be good for enterprise business, but consumer and device side could languish, says V3 editor Madeline Bennett

Microsoft's Bill Gates doesn't trust new CEO Satya Nadella to save Lumia and Surface

New technology advisor role for Gates suggests a division of labour, according to V3 reporter Alastair Stevenson

January’s $10bn buying spree shows confidence returning to the tech sector

Recession’s impact receding as firms hope for new sales, argues V3’s Dan Worth

As the Apple Macintosh turns 30, we need another user interface revolution

V3 technical editor Dan Robinson wonders whether any new user interface will ever supersede the GUI

Windows 9 and security threats still won't force XP users off of old machines

Microsoft needs to build best of XP into next Windows version if it wants to see mass migration, says V3 editor Madeline Bennett

CES: Intel steals the show as event's business focus grows

The Consumer Electronics Show is dead, long live CES, argues V3 reporter Alastair Stevenson

Despite Calxeda shutdown, 2014 will be key year for ARM servers

This year could be a turning point for the ARM-based ecosystem, argues V3 technical editor Dan Robinson

The robot revolution has begun as Google plots next moonshot

Robots could be ready for new wave of innovation, argues news editor Dan Worth

BlackBerry’s future could lie in enterprise mobility services

BlackBerry is taking steps to adapt BES into a universal mobile platform for managing mobile devices

What Microsoft, Apple and HP need for Christmas

V3 editor Madeline Bennett looks ahead to what 2014 should bring for three major tech players

Apple and Samsung smartphone innovation battle will hot up in 2014

More biometrics and motion controls are the future for smartphones, claims V3's Alastair Stevenson

The Internet of Things will be more like a can of worms

Connecting every device to the internet is a security, privacy and complexity nightmare waiting to happen, warns V3 technology editor Dan Robinson

Motorola Moto G is a game changer that marks a new era for the smartphone

High-spec phone for just £135 will shake up the market, argues V3 news editor Dan Worth

Healthcare IT failures highlight need to adopt military strategy in project management

No plan survives contact with the enemy, notes solicitor Susan Atkinson

PRISM: NSA spying was a wake-up call that may strengthen cloud security

Cloud computing can be secure if done properly, and the NSA scandal may be the catalyst to ensure this happens, says V3 Technology Editor Dan Robinson

Without a keyboard, Apple iPad Air and iPad Mini 2 fail business users

Apple continues to ignore business users' most pressing needs, argues V3's Alastair Stevenson

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