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Former IT director jailed for hacking into 900 Aviva mobile devices

A former director of a network security company has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for hacking into almost 1,000 mobile devices owned by insurance company Aviva. Richard Neale, 40, had been IT director of Esselar, a company he founded alongside Shane Taylor and Simon Rogan. However, Neale had a disagreement with his colleagues in November 2013 and subsequently ... Read More »

You Can Now Jailbreak Your iOS 9 Devices (But You Probably Shouldn’t)

Over the years, Apple has introduced features to its mobile operating system, iOS, that made jailbreaking your device in order to customize and tweak your phone or tablet less appealing. Users now can do things like add widgets, install dynamic (moving) wallpapers, send audio messages, quickly access frequently used controls and, thanks to 3D Touch, invoke shortcuts to installed applications. But a ... Read More »

TfL signs £6.5m mobile networking services deal with O2

You WILL have Windows 10 whether you want it or not, as Windows 7 upgrade patches come back to life Read More »

Three’s takeover of O2 to face EU investigation

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NEA Backs On-Demand Beauty Business Glamsquad In $15 Million Series B

New York-based Glamsquad, a startup in the “Uber for X” category of on-demand businesses, has just raised another $15 million for its mobile beauty service that brings hair stylists, makeup artists or nail techs to wherever you are – home, office or hotel – instead of requiring a trip to the salon. The Series B funding was led by New Enterprise Associates, ... Read More »

Burner Gets Business-Ready With Auto-Renewing Lines, Connections To Slack, Dropbox, Evernote & More

Burner, the app that lets you create disposable phone numbers you can use for a variety of purposes including online ads, while traveling, for business projects, dating profiles, and more, has been, until now, a fairly utilitarian sort of messaging app. You could create number, call, text and check voicemails, but not much else. Today, that changes with the launch of “Connections” ... Read More »

From Ada to Zuckerberg: History’s most important IT people

David Cameron ‘moronic and stupid’ for attempting to ban WhatsApp, BBM, says Jimmy Wales Read More »

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