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MIT develops wireless technology for VR headsets

DevOps Excellence Awards There are many different ways to move towards a DevOps culture, and these awards are designed to recognise and celebrate the best of every organisation, team, individual, product and tool. Date: 22 Mar 2017 London Read More »

London Overground to offer free Wi-Fi to passengers

The London Overground has signed a contract with BSkyB’s Wi-Fi service The Cloud to provide free internet access at its 56 stations in the capital. Passengers will have up to 60 minutes’ access to Wi-Fi each day at each station after registering once at any of the London Overground stations. Related articles “Access to the internet is no longer limited ... Read More »

Apple investigating Wi-Fi issues with new iPad, says leaked document

Apple is investigating potential Wi-Fi connectivity problems with its third-generation iPad tablet, according to a leaked internal AppleCare document. The document, seen by Apple commentary site 9to5Mac, recommends that Apple support staff dealing with complaints should ensure the devices are sent to the firm’s engineering department for analysis. Related articles It suggests that the problems could include intermittent connectivity, slow ... Read More »

BYOD policies are a recipe for disaster

IT Leaders Club The IT Leaders Dining Club is an exclusive, invitation-only organisation comprising the UK’s top CIOs, CTOs and other technologists and business leaders. Date: 02 Mar 2016 London Read More »

We’re not perfect – and we’re sorry, says Google’s Schmidt

Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt has hit back against criticism of his company’s practices concerning the use of personal information, and allegations of anti-competitive behaviour. Instead, Schmidt portrays Google as a robust defender of open competition, Internet freedom and user privacy. Schmidt’s comments, during an audience QA chaired by Channel 4 News’s Krishnan Guru-Murthy at the Google Big Tent conference ... Read More »

MWC 2016: Intel sketches out plans for 5G ‘network revolution’

Intel has used this year’s Mobile World Congress to flesh out its 5G plans, including partnering with the biggest names in the networking industry to start trialling the next-gen technology.  For Intel, the forthcoming shift in communications technology represents an opportunity to re-assert itself after being largely locked out of the market by the ascent of ARM and its partners in ... Read More »

ICO gamekeeper turns Google poacher

A freedom of information (FoI) request by a privacy campaigner has revealed that the former UK head of data protection promotion at the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) joined Google in November 2011 after leaving the watchdog. Having left his post six months previously, Stephen McCartney made his presence felt at the ICO once again in May 2012 when he emailed ... Read More »

ARM reveals more details about M2M industry forum

Chip designer ARM has been revealing more details about the mission of the forum that it is putting together to help drive standardisation for machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, also known as “the internet of things”. The forum, according to Gary Atkinson, director of embedded marketing at ARM, will be less concerned about developing technical standards than about devising blueprints for how ... Read More »

UK Broadband CEO: Fixed wireless is solution to fast broadband rollout woes

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The security behind Wi-Fi on the London Underground

Identity and access management firm Enline has revealed the details of the security solution underpinning Virgin Media’s new Wi-Fi service on the London Underground. The service itself went live in 72 stations by the time the Olympics began earlier this year. Ben Bulpett, alliances and enterprise account director at Enline, told Computing that his firm advised Virgin Media that the ... Read More »

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