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Google releases ‘high-quality’ but affordable smartphone in India

Google has released a ‘high-quality’ budget Android smartphone in India.

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Keil Hubert: Feedback For The Win

Interviewing for IT jobs is tough enough, but it’s a lot tougher when you have no idea how to do it well. Business Technology’s resident U.S. blogger Keil Hubert submit’s that it’s both quick and painless for leaders to help a candidate learn from their last interview attempt.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook: TV viewing experience is ‘stuck in the ’70s’

Less than a week after revealing the new iPhone 6 and Apple Watch, Apple CEO Tim Cook has said that the television viewing experience is ‘stuck in the ’70s’.

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Internet of Things security risk ‘cannot be underestimated’, says report

The security risk posed by the Internet of Things ‘cannot be underestimated’, according to a report on the state of defences and the damage that could be caused by breaches.

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Channel 4 to relaunch 4oD on-demand service as All 4 in early 2015

Channel 4′s on-demand digital service 4oD will be relaunched as All 4 in 2015 and include content from all its channels, the broadcaster has revealed.

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Samsung KNOX update is ‘step forward’ for Android in the enterprise

Samsung’s KNOX enterprise mobility management solution is set for an update this week to provide new features to businesses adjusting to accommodate Bring Your Own Device and Corporate-Owned Personally-Enabled policies.

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Microsoft could buy Minecraft developer Mojang for $2 billion

Microsoft is reportedly in talks to buy Mojang, the Swedish developer of the popular video game Minecraft, for more than $2 billion.

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Infographic: Smart technology origin stories, from fiction to reality

Have you ever stopped to think for a moment and realised that much of the technology we use on a daily basis today looks very similar to things we’ve seen in science fiction?

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35 per cent of Americans upped their online security following iCloud leaks

More than a third of Americans increased their online security following an incident that saw celebrities’ private photos from Apple’s iCloud servers leaked online.

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Keil Hubert: Violate the Taboo

Stress over money issues dominates most workers’ lives, and yet it’s a taboo subject in the office. Business Technology’s resident U.S. blogger Keil Hubert argues that it’s in the hiring manager’s best interests to discuss the applicants’ needs frankly during the interview.

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