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Kids’ coding app Tynker expands with Android version and game mode

Educational coding app Tynker has announced that it is expanding to Android and offering a game-making mode to help children develop their programming skills.

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Hackers exploiting Internet Explorer to expose computers’ security flaws

Hackers are exploiting flaws in Internet Explorer to search computers and discover their security vulnerabilities, according to a security firm.

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One in three employees retain access to company data after they leave

More than one in three former employees are left with access to systems or data after they have left their companies, according to a report.

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Britain faces increasing digital skills shortage, says taskforce report

Britain is facing an increasing shortage of digital skills, according to a new report published today by the UK Digital Skills Taskforce.

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How to use the news to boost your brand’s social media presence

It is well-known that many brands hop on the back of current affairs and events to alert their customers to interesting news and build their social media followings, but what is the best way to do this without irritating your followers?

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UK consumers pay more for electronic goods and gadgets than those inUS

Consumers in the UK are paying far more than those in the US for the same elctronic gadgets, according to new research from Which?.

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Netflix sees share price boost as profits double and subscriptions hit 50 million

Online film and TV streaming service Netflix has seen its profits double in the second quarter of this year, as it crossed the 50 million user mark.

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A third of UK small businesses have no plan of action for cyber attacks

A third of UK small businesses do not know that they would do if they suffered a data breach, according to research from Kaspersky Lab.

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Mobile operator partnership means better signal at England’s national parks

A partnership with four of the main UK mobile network providers means that the signal in England’s national parks is set to improve.

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One in five businesses have been hit by Advanced Persistent Threats

One in five information security professionals have experienced an Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) attack and 92 per cent of workers feel that they are a serious threat, according to a new study from ISACA.

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