HIGHLIGHTS Facebook will launch the Online Civil Courage Initiative in the UK Looks to train and fund local organizations to combat extremist content EU said that social networks have improved in removing hate content Facebook is launching a UK programme to train and fund local organizations to
Jawanda did his BSc in information technology management for business at Birmingham City University.(File photo) Hardeep ‘Harry’ Jawanda, a former England hockey player, has secured a £2 million deal with a global education technology firm that will see his software spread across the UK and Australasia. Jawanda,
After the Samsung Gear S2 won Wearable of the Year at the T3 Awards 2016, we’ve been eagerly waiting for the Samsung Gear S3 to get a concrete release date. Well, luckily for us, that has just happened, with the new series launching on November 11, 2016.
A new piece of research has found that approaching half of all businesses have been hit by aransomware attack over the last year. The study from Malwarebytes questioned over 500 IT leaders from companies across the UK and Germany, as well as Canada and the US, and
UK’s ambitious Snooper’s Charter could cost Home Office £1bnGetty Images Collection of web browsing histories of every UK citizen under the proposed Snooper’s Charter or the Draft Communications Data Bill, proposed by Home Secretary Theresa May, will cost the Home Office more than £1bn ($1.43bn), according to estimates
Welcome to today’s ComputerworldUK Daily Digest. We explore devops and ask, what is it?! Also, why your business should upgrade to Windows 10 and what 2016 has instore for Dell. Plus: what publishers should do about adblocking. What is devops? The ultimate definition We explore what
Nintendo’s first smartphone game is somewhat disappointing for fans. PC Advisor readers had been hoping to see Super Mario, Zelda or Pokemon, but Nintendo has instead introduced Miitomo, which lets you create Mii characters like those found on the Wii and use them to interact with friends.
Amazon.com Inc has begun surveying UK customers about their use of restaurant delivery services, in what analysts said was likely the first step in an international expansion of a business it rolled out in the United States last September. In recent days, the online retailer sent its