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Daily Telegraph
For all the sales chatter, TalkTalk still has no buyerTalkTalk is not only caught in the crossfire of Sky’s heavy discounting of broa
For all the sales chatter, TalkTalk still has no buyer
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
TalkTalk is not only caught in the crossfire of Sky’s heavy discounting of broadband, however. As highlighted by Jefferies analyst Jerry Dellis in a recent research note, its success in selling "pay-lite" television on top of broadband is facing a... Read more
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T3
Freeview Play is finally arriving next monthFreeview Play will finally hit TVs next month almost seven months after it was
Freeview Play is finally arriving next month
T3 / Posted yesterday
Freeview Play will finally hit TVs next month almost seven months after it was first mooted. The almost completely-free service that combines catch-up TV, on-demand and live TV is subscription free, works with all existing broadband connections and... Read more
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Daily Mirror
These are the UK's most inspirational volunteersThe projects have finally been shortlisted - and now we're asking you to nomina
These are the UK's most inspirational volunteers
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
The projects have finally been shortlisted - and now we're asking you to nominate a project to win £10,000 and the title of TalkTalk Digital Hero 2015. One category - the Volunteer Award - was for an individual dedicating time and effort to their... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Ban children from owning smartphone until they are 10 years old, say parentsParents have called for a minimum age for kids to own a smartphone - the majori
Ban children from owning smartphone until they are 10 years old, say parents
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
Parents have called for a minimum age for kids to own a smartphone - the majority believing it should be aged 10. A new poll by e-safety group Internet Matters has revealed 85 per cent of primary school parents want an age requirement. Carolyn... Read more
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Evening Standard
Entrepreneurs: The south London mums making healthy lollies for kidsWhen new mums Lucy Woodhouse and Meriel Kehoe first met at a south London playg
Entrepreneurs: The south London mums making healthy lollies for kids
Evening Standard / Posted 3 days ago
When new mums Lucy Woodhouse and Meriel Kehoe first met at a south London playgroup in 2012, the sleep-deprived pair didn’t imagine they’d be selling over a million lollies across the country this year. Incredibly, that’s exactly what happened in a... Read more
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Online Recruitment
Save £100 - The Onrec Online Recruitment Conference Exhibition 201520th October 2015 | The Grange City Hotel, London Recruiting has evolved, make
Save £100 - The Onrec Online Recruitment Conference Exhibition 2015
Online Recruitment / Posted 3 days ago
20th October 2015 | The Grange City Hotel, London Recruiting has evolved, make sure you are getting the very best from your suppliers and your recruiters. This conference will help you test, challenge and develop your online companies recruitment... Read more
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Computer Business Review
The Friday Op Ed: TalkTalk Business on why BT & Openreach must splitHighlights of CBR’s exclusive briefing with Charles Bligh, MD of TalkTalk Busin
The Friday Op Ed: TalkTalk Business on why BT & Openreach must split
Computer Business Review / Posted 7 days ago
Highlights of CBR’s exclusive briefing with Charles Bligh, MD of TalkTalk Business, about how the role of networks in business is changing. 1. IT has come full circle The computing world has shifted back to a centralised model after toying with... Read more
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Independent
Jack Wills cancels plans to float on the London Stock ExchangeWendy Becker, who was brought in to prepare the chain for the listing, was show
Jack Wills cancels plans to float on the London Stock Exchange
Independent / Posted 8 days ago
Wendy Becker, who was brought in to prepare the chain for the listing, was shown the door after failing to bring the company into shape to appeal to future investors. Instead, Peter Williams, who stepped down as chief executive two years ago, is back... Read more
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Independent
Ed Stafford: Record breaking survival expert returns with a mission to solve unexplained mysteries in most remote parts of the worldThe survival expert, who is still recovering from the frostbite he sustained du
Ed Stafford: Record breaking survival expert returns with a mission to solve unexplained mysteries in most remote parts of the world
Independent / Posted 10 days ago
The survival expert, who is still recovering from the frostbite he sustained during another trip to Siberia, left for the Gobi Desert on Saturday, where he is currently walking for 10 days with no food and water (and an unhealed foot). After this, he... Read more
10d
Computer Business Review
TalkTalk Business MD: Placing networks at the heart of businessMD Charles Bligh explains to CBR how networks are enabling new business process
TalkTalk Business MD: Placing networks at the heart of business
Computer Business Review / Posted 10 days ago
MD Charles Bligh explains to CBR how networks are enabling new business processes. Charles Bligh, MD of TalkTalk Business and IBM veteran, tells CBR about how the network shifted from being a peripheral consideration to an IT service and an enabler... Read more
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FierceTelecom
BT will deploy G.fast in 2016-17 if trial is successfulBT Openreach (NYSE: BT) said that if its latest G.fast trial in Huntingdon is s
BT will deploy G.fast in 2016-17 if trial is successful
FierceTelecom / Posted 10 days ago
BT Openreach (NYSE: BT) said that if its latest G.fast trial in Huntingdon is successful and if Ofcom regulation is favorable towards new investments it will deploy the technology over the next two years as a complement to its fiber-to-the-cabinet... Read more
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10d
The Sport Bible
BoxNation Lands Rights To Show Floyd Mayweather’s Final Fight Plus George Groves’ WBC World Title ShotBoxing superstar and the best pound-for-pound fighter on the planet Floyd ‘Mone
BoxNation Lands Rights To Show Floyd Mayweather’s Final Fight Plus George Groves’ WBC World Title Shot
The Sport Bible / Posted 10 days ago
Boxing superstar and the best pound-for-pound fighter on the planet Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather will end his iconic career live and exclusive on the world’s number one boxing channel BoxNation when he takes on Haitian hard-hitter Andre Berto on... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Digital Heroes 2015: Which local nominee deserves Liverpool's vote?Two Liverpool residents have been recognised for the pioneering charity work th
Digital Heroes 2015: Which local nominee deserves Liverpool's vote?
Liverpool Echo / Posted 10 days ago
Two Liverpool residents have been recognised for the pioneering charity work they have done with the help of digital tools by telecommunications company, TalkTalk and need your The TalkTalk Digital Heroes Awards is a nationwide competition with 10... Read more
11d
Computer Business Review
UK tech shares hit by Chinese market dropBad news travelling west with New York and Nasdaq expected to open sharply down
UK tech shares hit by Chinese market drop
Computer Business Review / Posted 11 days ago
Bad news travelling west with New York and Nasdaq expected to open sharply down Tech stocks were hit by the wave of selling following Monday's 9% plunge on the Chinese stock market. European markets opened down and suffered further falls with $40bn... Read more
11d
Computer Business Review
Labour slams Openreach service, backs BT splitShadow culture secretary Chris Bryant demands an end to "monopoly." Labour's C
Labour slams Openreach service, backs BT split
Computer Business Review / Posted 11 days ago
Shadow culture secretary Chris Bryant demands an end to "monopoly." Labour's Chris Bryant has argued that Openreach should be split from BT unless there is 'conclusive evidence' in support of keeping the superfast fibre broadband unit under the... Read more
11d
The Register
Shadow minister for Fun calls for Openreach separationChris Bryant MP has added his support to the lobby which wants to see Openreach
Shadow minister for Fun calls for Openreach separation
The Register / Posted 11 days ago
Chris Bryant MP has added his support to the lobby which wants to see Openreach split from BT. This is just one area under investigation as part of Ofcom's 2015 strategic review. The previous review a decade earlier saw Openreach ring-fenced as a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Get ready for the BACON emojiAt last! Emoji 'alphabet' is about to get 38 more images including the selfie,
Get ready for the BACON emoji
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
At last! Emoji 'alphabet' is about to get 38 more images including the selfie, the dancing man and even rashers of bacon New additions to the emoji keyboard will be added to Unicode 9 in 2016 These are likely to include opposite gender emoji for... Read more
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Scotsman
Scammers pose as banks ‘to get personal data’ Tips for spotting hackers include comparing the sender's email address. Pictur
Scammers pose as banks ‘to get personal data’
Scotsman / Posted 16 days ago
Tips for spotting hackers include comparing the sender's email address. Picture: Getty/iStockphoto Scammers are using the names of government departments and well-known banks and companies as they try to... Read more
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Scotsman
Telecoms firm TenTel rings up £170,000 funding Daniel Halliday plans to expand the TenTel team. Picture: Contributed TenTel,
Telecoms firm TenTel rings up £170,000 funding
Scotsman / Posted 18 days ago
Daniel Halliday plans to expand the TenTel team. Picture: Contributed TenTel, the Borders-based telecoms firm aimed at the residential lettings market, is seeking to double its headcount after securing... Read more
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Computing.co.uk
Top IT stories this week: Windows 10 review, Council adopts Chromebooks and 'don't fix our glitches' says OracleHere they are again, Computing’s top seven stories from the past week. Communi
Top IT stories this week: Windows 10 review, Council adopts Chromebooks and 'don't fix our glitches' says Oracle
Computing.co.uk / Posted 21 days ago
Here they are again, Computing’s top seven stories from the past week. Communications company TalkTalk has admitted that customer details were lost in a recent cyber attack. Not only that, it said that some customers' current account and credit card... Read more
22d
Shropshire Star
Would you be happy using your smart phone to replace your house keys? « Shropshire StarDr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of techn
Would you be happy using your smart phone to replace your house keys? « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 22 days ago
Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones - a host of everyday items will become redundant in the next decade as smartphone tools replace them. These include keys, pocket... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Quad-play war escalates as Vodafone rolls out broadbandCompetitors are seeking new ways to differentiate. Competition in the telecoms
Quad-play war escalates as Vodafone rolls out broadband
Computer Business Review / Posted 22 days ago
Competitors are seeking new ways to differentiate. Competition in the telecoms bundle market is intensifying as Vodafone extends its broadband and fixed line service. The service, which had been trialled regionally with selected customers, will now... Read more
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Wakefield Today
Carphone Warehouse hacked - 2.4 million customer details stolen The personal details of up to 2.4 million Carphone Warehouse customers have b
Carphone Warehouse hacked - 2.4 million customer details stolen
Wakefield Today / Posted 23 days ago
The personal details of up to 2.4 million Carphone Warehouse customers have been accessed by hackers and 90,000 credit cards exposed. Action Fraud, the national fraud and cyber crime... Read more
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24d
Daily Mirror
TalkTalk Digital Heroes 2015 shortlist - vote for your winner hereTalkTalk and the Mirror have joined forces to celebrate and honour local digita
TalkTalk Digital Heroes 2015 shortlist - vote for your winner here
Daily Mirror / Posted 24 days ago
TalkTalk and the Mirror have joined forces to celebrate and honour local digital pioneers across the UK who have made a big difference. The shortlist has been whittled down from hundreds, and now it's time for you to vote for the project you think... Read more
24d
Ipswich Star
Could your iPhone soon replace your remote control, door keys and even your bank card?Poll: Matt Stott shows we could all be in for a lighter life in the years to co
Could your iPhone soon replace your remote control, door keys and even your bank card?
Ipswich Star / Posted 24 days ago
Poll: Matt Stott shows we could all be in for a lighter life in the years to come thanks to mobile technology Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end... Read more
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24d
birminghammail
Carphone Warehouse cyber attack: Customers contacted about personal detailsThousands of people in Birmingham are likely to be among those affected by a cy
Carphone Warehouse cyber attack: Customers contacted about personal details
birminghammail / Posted 24 days ago
Thousands of people in Birmingham are likely to be among those affected by a cyber attack on Carphone Warehouse. Up to 2.4 million people may have had their personal details stolen during the attack on the mobile phone retailer which has 12 stores... Read more
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Express and Star
Poll: Would you be happy using your smart phone to replace your house keys? « Express & StarDr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of techn
Poll: Would you be happy using your smart phone to replace your house keys? « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 24 days ago
Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones - a host of everyday items will become redundant in the next decade as smartphone tools replace them. These include keys, pocket mirrors,... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Carphone Warehouse shares slump after recent hacking Up to 2.4 million Carphone Warehouse customers could have had their details a
Carphone Warehouse shares slump after recent hacking
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
Up to 2.4 million Carphone Warehouse customers could have had their details accessed by the cyber attack Shares in the owner of Carphone Warehouse have fallen after the believed theft of the... Read more
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Independent
Market gives Dixons benefit of the doubt following massive cyber-attackInvestors decided to give the company the benefit of the doubt over the intrusi
Market gives Dixons benefit of the doubt following massive cyber-attack
Independent / Posted 25 days ago
Investors decided to give the company the benefit of the doubt over the intrusion, which compromised 2.4 million customers’ details, including 90,000 credit cards, as the shares closed up 1.7p at 457.7. However, Wednesday’s hack, which was not... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Smartphones to spell end for keys, cashSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Smartphones to spell end for keys, cash
Sky News Australia / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next 10 years, according to a leading British futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology a host of... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Carphone Warehouse hackers 'used traffic bombardment smokescreen'A source with knowledge of the attack on Carphone said its online retail system
Carphone Warehouse hackers 'used traffic bombardment smokescreen'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
A source with knowledge of the attack on Carphone said its online retail systems had come under bombardment before the major data theft was noticed on Wednesday last week. The millions affected are customers of OneStopPhoneShop.com, e2save.com and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
Oxford Mail / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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Gazette
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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Gazette News
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
Gazette News / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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This is West Country
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
This is West Country / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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Bolton News
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
Bolton News / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
Croydon Guardian / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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Northern Echo
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
Northern Echo / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
Kingston Guardian / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
Streatham Guardian / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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PC Magazine
Carphone Warehouse Breach Affects 2.4MBritish mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse last week detected a breach th
Carphone Warehouse Breach Affects 2.4M
PC Magazine / Posted 25 days ago
British mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse last week detected a breach that may have leaked personal details of up to 2.4 million customers. Along with names, addresses, birthdates, and bank details, the hackers appear to have gotten away with... Read more
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Bury Times
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predictsSmartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Rise of smartphones means end for keys and cash, futurist predicts
Bury Times / Posted 25 days ago
Smartphones becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next ten years, according to a futurist. Dr Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology - in particular smartphones -... Read more
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Weekly Times
Smartphones to spell end for keys, cashSMARTPHONES becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Smartphones to spell end for keys, cash
Weekly Times / Posted 25 days ago
SMARTPHONES becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next 10 years, according to a leading British futurist. DR Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology a host of... Read more
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Herald Sun
Smartphones to spell end for keys, cashSMARTPHONES becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and c
Smartphones to spell end for keys, cash
Herald Sun / Posted 25 days ago
SMARTPHONES becoming more powerful will spell the end of keys, TV remotes and cash within the next 10 years, according to a leading British futurist. DR Ian Pearson has suggested that because of the ever-increasing power of technology a host of... Read more
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Finextra
Carphone Warehouse hackers steal 2.4 million bank detailsUK mobile phone chain Carphone Warehouse says it has suffered a serious data br
Carphone Warehouse hackers steal 2.4 million bank details
Finextra / Posted 25 days ago
UK mobile phone chain Carphone Warehouse says it has suffered a serious data breach that may have seen the banking details of 2.4 million customers stolen by hackers. The breach was discovered on 5 August at a division of Carphone Warehouse that... Read more
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