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2015/03/28 14:20
2015/03/28 14:20
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Microsoft recently announced that Internet Explorer, its long-running web browser is officially coming to an end as a product. Released almost 20 years ago, Explorer, as it is often referred to, had...
2015/03/28 14:20
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2015/03/27 15:26
2015/03/27 15:26
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Deputy Head of Mission Aidan Liddle joins us for another guest blog today. In 2015, England marks two major anniversaries. It will be 800 years since Magna Carta was sealed, and 750 years since the...
2015/03/27 05:29
2015/03/27 05:29
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Addis Ababa — A collaborative, regional agenda-setting workshop, Rebooting Open Data in Africa, held in Addis Ababa will today kick start a new drive to pioneer enhanced transparency and...
2015/03/25 11:25
2015/03/25 11:25
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The report by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) looked at the opportunities and challenges of e-commerce around the world. Sweden came fifth in a global table, with...
2015/03/24 16:39
2015/03/24 16:39
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Heads up, Reddit users. The so-called "front-page of the Internet" on Tuesday announced a super-handy new feature: embeddable comment threads. Reddit has been testing this feature in beta for several...
2015/03/24 16:28
2015/03/24 16:28
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The latest biography of Steve Jobs has been published and gives us a glimpse inside the world of Apple's co-founder and presents a much different image of a man who was commonly perceived as irritable...
2015/03/24 15:24
2015/03/24 15:24
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When Tim Berners-Lee created the worldwide web 25 years ago, he made it open and free. It was an incredible gift to the world, allowing anyone to use this invention to create new technologies,...
2015/03/23 14:28
2015/03/23 14:28
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Robert Reich, the man who served as secretary of labour when Bill Clinton was president, has a friend. That friend, who lives in Tuscon, Arizona, invented a machine that can find particles of certain...
2015/03/23 11:28
2015/03/23 11:28
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Steve Jobs' trademark product announcements, where the late Apple co-founder would convince a captivated audience to fall in love with whatever he revealed, are the stuff of technology legend - but...
2015/03/22 10:12
2015/03/22 10:12
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So Microsoft has decided to “retire” Internet Explorer, its web browser. So what? For most internet users the news probably ranked somewhere near the latest information about bond yields on Romanian...
2015/03/16 17:51
2015/03/16 17:51
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Innovation in an Age of Global Science | Commentary Scientific research is dramatically more global in its practice and impact than it was just a decade ago. Whether the United States is able to...
2015/03/16 05:53
2015/03/16 05:53
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Google out to isolate ‘unwanted software’ SAN FRANCISCO — Get ready to see more red warning signs online as Google adds ammunition to its technological artillery for targeting devious schemes lurking...
2015/03/15 12:38
2015/03/15 12:38
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BARCELONA -- Dominique Hazaël-Massieux is on the front lines of a struggle that will determine whether you'll get your next app by visiting a website or by heading to an Apple or Google app...
2015/03/14 17:48
2015/03/14 17:48
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In 1985 most commercial internet users were US government contractors, but all of that was set to slowly change after Symbolics became the first company to register a dot-com domain name. Thirty...
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2015/03/11 17:34
2015/03/11 17:34
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Tech's future in 5 lessons from Tim-Berners LeeE-commerceby Jimmy Nicholls| 11 March 2015Net neutrality, women and data from the creator of the web. Since inventing the world wide web Tim Berners-Lee...
2015/03/10 21:48
2015/03/10 21:48
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Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the world wide web, academic, internet activist, and widely acknowledged lovely guy appeared on Reddit earlier today to do an Ask Me Anything (AMA). Here's what he had...
2015/03/10 05:38
2015/03/10 05:38
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This doesn't mean the museum now owns the logo -- or @ for that matter -- rather, it now has permission to reproduce it. It would be difficult to keep the logo in its permanent collection without that...
2015/03/04 22:37
2015/03/04 22:37
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The story matters because the Internet of Things, or IoT, has become prodigious yet ephemeral, as difficult to grasp and explain as the Holy Spirit. Cisco's chief executive John Chambers declared that...
2015/03/03 17:48
2015/03/03 17:48
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Prince William Plays Soccer – And Meets Paddington! – in China Prince William and Paddington He certainly looked like one while visiting a Shanghai high school on Tuesday – a busy day in which he...
2015/03/02 02:05
2015/03/02 02:05
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While people such as John Lennon and William Shakespeare remain well known Brits, other once-famous names are in danger of being forgotten. There are a number of British figures who, despite having...
2015/03/28 14:20
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