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  • Met Office extends application program interfaces with CA Technologies

    The Met Office uses application program interface (API) management from CA Technologies to support new ways of accessing weather data ComputerWeekly: Latest IT News

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  • Tech Nation 2016 report reveals demand for digital skills in all sectors

    The digital industries contributed £87bn to the economy in 2014 – but there remains a lack of skills and broadband is still unevenly distributed ComputerWeekly: IT Management

    Posted at February 11, 2016 | By : | Categories : IT Management | Comments Off on Tech Nation 2016 report reveals demand for digital skills in all sectors
  • CBS head says talks for Apple streaming TV have stopped for time being

    CBS is no longer in talks with Apple regarding the latter's frequently-rumored streaming TV service, the network's CEO admitted in a recent interview. AppleInsider - Frontpage News

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  • Novel Quartz news app launched for Apple Watch ahead of Android phones

    An innovative new app launched today by business news site Quartz turns new stories into an interactive streaming text conversation. Also of interest: the new iPhone app was launched for Apple Watch before being released to Android phones at all. AppleInsider - Frontpage News

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  • Immersion files lawsuit, ITC complaint against Apple’s haptic technology

    Haptic feedback technology developer Immersion on Thursday announced a two-pronged legal attack against Apple for allegedly infringing on its patents with haptic systems embedded in Apple Watch and iPhone. AppleInsider - Frontpage News

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  • Apple slapped with class action suit over Touch ID-related ‘Error 53’ code

    Seattle-based law firm PCVA has decided to move forward with a class action lawsuit related to Apple's hardware repair practices, specifically targeting the "Error 53" code issue that renders iPhone unusable following an unauthorized Touch ID fingerprint sensor install. AppleInsider - Frontpage News

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  • TestFlight gets support for iOS 9.3, watchOS 2.2 betas

    Apple on Thursday released a new version of the TestFlight iOS app, adding support for iOS 9.3 and watchOS 2.2, both of which are still in beta form. AppleInsider - Frontpage News

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  • Newly-revealed date glitch may render some iOS devices unusable

    Though people have to go out of their way to trigger it, a time-related glitch discovered in iOS 8 and 9 will let users potentially "brick" many Apple devices, rendering them non-functional. AppleInsider - Frontpage News

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  • Microsoft plans to make Windows 10, Xbox One game “crossbuys” a habit

    Gamers who preorder Remedy’s upcoming Xbox One game Quantum Break will receive a free digital copy for Windows 10 PCs—a “crossbuy” strategy that Microsoft’s Xbox chief plans to make a “platform feature” of the gaming console. The preorder deal will also include Remedy’s earlier hit Alan Wake, and its sequel, Alan Wake’s American Nightmare—all for free. (You only have from February 11 until April 4 to score the preorder deal, though, as the game launches on April ...

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  • Five local authorities around the country agree shared services contract

    Five councils in different parts of England have agreed to jointly sign outsourcing agreements, including IT services provision ComputerWeekly: IT services and outsourcing

    Posted at February 11, 2016 | By : | Categories : IT Services and Outsourcing | Comments Off on Five local authorities around the country agree shared services contract
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