The latest smartphone sales data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows that strong uptake of the iPhone 5 over the past 12 weeks has boosted iOS back to the number one spot in the US. It now has a 48.1% share of US smartphone sales compared with Android which has 46.7%.
A new web-based ISPreview.co.uk poll of more than 550 Internet users in the United Kingdom has found that more than a third (40%) of respondents would like to see their broadband ISP improve its registration system.
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The UKís innovation agency, the Technology Strategy Board, will invest up to a further £6 million in new Launchpad competitions in the next six months to accelerate the development of existing clusters of innovative high growth small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) around the UK.
Skype have announced version 3.0 of the chat platform for Android. With so many now using tablets to make video and voice calls with Skype, this latest version is optimised to scale to the bigger screens of tablets.
Nearly 50% of UK retailers said that the IT department is the key to them being able to harness all the benefits of IP surveillance systems according to a recent survey by the Centre for Retail Research (CRR) into current and future use of CCTV by retailers, commissioned by Axis Communications, the global market leader in network video.
Businesses are putting their corporate security at risk, with one in three organisations (33 per cent) allowing their staff unrestricted access to corporate resources from their personal smartphones, according to a survey conducted by B2B International on behalf of Kaspersky Lab.
Research conducted by Varonis, the leading provider of comprehensive data governance software, has found that workers in the digital office place are learning to cope with increasing email traffic.
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