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Google Chrome has overtaken Internet Explorer as the most popular web browser, with a 41.66 per cent market share,reports Sky.com. Web analytics firm NetMarketShare has advised that all versions of Chrome are now more popular than all versions of any other browser. Internet Explorer once possessed a usage share of 95 per cent in 2002, but was hit by ‘a one-two punch’ with the launch of Firefox in 2004, and then Chrome in 2008. Its usage share now sits at 41.35 per cent – 0.31 per cent less than Chrome. As Google also dominates the search engine and mobile operating system markets, it now controls a significant portion of the internet experience for many users.

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Passport producer De La Rue is working on technology that could store passports within mobile phones, reports Telegraph.co.uk. The ‘paperless passports’ could act in a similar way to mobile boarding cards, which can now be stored on a smartphone, allowing... Read more

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Over 90 per cent of CISOs at FTSE 100 and FTSE 500 companies expect to be targeted by some form of cyber-attack in 2016, reports Computing.co.uk. Furthermore, despite so many CISOs being aware of this threat, almost three-quarters said they... Read more

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Artificial Intelligence will make it inevitable that some job functions will be displaced, reports V3.co.uk. IBM believes that AI will have a pronounced impact on the types of jobs people do in the future, with it becoming inevitable that some job... Read more

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The FBI are now holding fire on a legal case against Apple after a third party approached the Government organisation with information on how the iPhone 5C could be breached, reports V3.co.uk. As a result, the US Department of Justice has... Read more

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The BBC’s micro:bit coding computer will today be delivered to almost one million school children in year 7 and 8 as part of the digital literacy initiative, reports TechWeekEurope.co.uk. The pocket-sized micro:bit is part of the BBC’s ‘Make it Digital’... Read more