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Hackers and cyber criminals are using flaws in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer to search computers to discover what kinds of security software they are running and how to take control of them, reports TheGuardian.com. The exploits are allowing digital reconnaissance to be performed on a massive scale, across whole companies, computers, web servers and users without their knowledge, exposing holes in their security and allowing criminals to intelligently attack vulnerable machines. The hackers aren’t solely interested in security software. They also probe systems to discover other software that might be vulnerable, including PDF readers and other user applications which can be attacked to take control of a computer.

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iPhone thefts have dropped dramatically in London after Apple implemented new security features, reports HuffingtonPost.co.uk. The steep fall has been mirrored in both New York and San Francisco, with Eric T Schneiderman, attorney general of New York, stating that this... Read more

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The Bank of England’s CIO has advised that businesses must consider the regulatory, security and monetary concerns with cloud computing before adopting it if they hope to safely enjoy its advantages, reports V3.co.uk. Speaking at the Cloud World Forum, John... Read more

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Smartphone owners in the UK are more reluctant to give up their phones than their TVs, reports Telegraph.co.uk. Given the choice, 41 per cent of smartphone owners said they would miss their phone more than any other device. Compared with smartphone... Read more

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The BBC is testing a new facial coding technology to investigate how viewers react and behave towards TV shows including Sherlock and Top Gear, reports Telegraph.co.uk. The technology uses facial coding web cams to records individuals’ expressions, emotions and actions in a... Read more

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Analysts have said that London’s burgeoning digital tech sector will create an additional £12bn of economic activity and 46,000 new jobs in the next decade, reports Telegraph.co.uk. The research follows news that the capital’s tech industry is to take on... Read more