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August 16, 2015

CBR roundup: The biggest tech stories of the week

All about Microsoft’s push for IoT, Netflix’s data centre switch off and the need for tougher tech teaching.

By CBR Staff Writer


Microsoft takes on IoT with Windows 10 for Raspberry Pi

IoT version of Windows 10 allows customers to build smart devices from responsive air hockey tables to doors unlocked by facial recognition.

Big Data

Big data battle intensifies as Google woos developers

Competition in the Big Data market heats up as Google and HP target developers and enterprise data.

Data Centres

Netflix gives up on data centres to turn 100% to cloud

Online streaming firm plans total shift to the cloud.


IBM finds app lookalike flaw in Android

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Ofcom report to BT’s EE buyout – no major competition or regulation concerns

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UK police anti piracy moves drive ads from pirate web sites

Operation Creative hits the criminals where it hurts.

Public Sector

‘Tougher tech teaching needed’

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