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Two reports have painted a picture of Italy's threat landscape, and it's not a pretty one.
From Bill Gates' unveiling of Windows 95 to Edward Snowden's keynote this year, CeBIT is still one of tech's biggest shindigs.
Angela Merkel has used the CeBIT event as a platform to advocate closer tech cooperation between China and Germany.
Operators may still be rolling out LTE-A, but in the city of Oulu, a test bed will soon let guinea pigs get their first taste of 5G.
The BBC will hand out one million Micro Bit devices to year 7 students later this year in a one-off campaign to spark up creative and coding skills among youngsters.
Swedish prosecutors will attempt to interview Julian Assange in Ecuador's London embassy in what could be a major breakthrough in the three year impasse.
CERN hopes to find dark matter this year with its refitted LHC, which can produce beams powerful enough to melt a car.
Tape storage and distributed computing are at the core of the latest discoveries in the field of physics.
Swedish telecoms vendor Ericsson will cut around five percent of its Swedish workforce in the largest job losses it's made in two years.
Britain's GCHQ has built its own Pi cloud consisting of 66 Raspberry Pi Model Bs to teach its engineers about 'scale out' computing.
5G was one of the dominant themes at this year's MWC, but is the next-gen network too much too soon for many operators?
Police have arrested a 23-year-old British man accused of hacking the US Department of Defense in an apparent effort to threaten the Lizard Squad hacking group.
The government has laid down €6bn to give Italy better broadband, and it's hoping local telcos will do the same.
The creators of Arduino have differing visions for the open source hardware project's future. Whose will win?
'Building AI is like launching a rocket': Meet the man fighting to stop artificial intelligence destroying humanity
Skype's co-founder wants to keep humankind safe from the existential threats of artificial intelligence.
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