AT&T to bring GigaPower to Silicon Valley

AT&T just announced that they will be bringing their new, ultra-fast fiber network to Cupertino businesses and residents.

Google web services for the under-10s will be childproofed

A rumored childproof version of Google and YouTube will be welcomed by parents of very young children who struggle to control their viewing habits.

Too many consumers leaving banking details on multiple mobile devices

A new report has found that consumers are laying out way too much personal information for hackers.

Driverless cars from Google can break speed liimits

Lead engineer on Google's car project says that they are programmed for speed.

Password confessions of a security expert

In this truly shocking and damning confession, a security expert reveals how terrible his password habits used to be, how he changed and how you can too.

Google senior exec Regina Dugan violated ethics rules whilst at DARPA

A report from the US Defence Department Inspector General reports that the decision to award a contract to a company she owns stakes in was a violation of ethics.

The Churchill Club and The Future of the Connected Car

I attended an interesting panel at The Churchill Club this week on the coming connected/self-driving Car with executives from NVIDIA, Mercedes Benz, Nissan and a subject matter expert talking about the future.

Chromebook sales to triple by 2017

5 million Chromebooks were sold this year with more to come.

Cloud providers unprepared for new EU data protection regulations

New EU General Data Protection Regulations are coming next year, yet only one in a hundred cloud services currently meet its requirements.
Google Android Device Manager adds callback button to the remote lock screen

Google to Android: call me, I can't find you

Lost your phone? You know you have or will. Google has added a feature to Android that let's your lost phone call you.

Google wants https more than http

Google will prioritise websites that use encryption in its search rankings to encourage more sites to improve their security settings.

Wikipedia founder brands 'right to be forgotten' censorship "immoral"

The founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales, has branded the EU’s Right to be Forgotten ruling as a “deeply immoral” censorship and dangerous step towards the “sanitisation of human knowledge.”

Hong Kong billionaire can sue Google over autocorrect

Finally, legal discourse is available to anyone distressed by autocorrect, but not exactly for the reasons you might think.

Ace that Google developer interview

Do you have a big developer interview looming? Here are some tips on how to prepare for a developer interview.

Google releases source code for I/O 2014 app

The search engine giant hopes that the release will provide a template for Android developers, with the app boasting a number of features that can be repurposed for other software.

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