South Korea’s 5G plans, a replacement internet and many more!

This’ll be a big one!

Here is a roundup of my tech articles on TechRadar Pro from this week and the second half of last week. Feel free to have a look at any you like the sound of!

Google in trouble with South Korea over WiFi snooping

Survey reveals data security apathy among UK employees

IBM seeks to shed SDN with billion-dollar pricetag

QlikTech launches Winter Games app to keep you frosty on the facts

Cisco unveils fog computing to see through Internet of Things

ARM releases server standards in fight against Intel supremacy

UK superfast broadband rollout triples in rural areas

Lenovo splits into four to handle new ventures

Global internet speeds rose 29% year-on-year in 2013

Microsoft joins Open Compute Project

Dell offers “bare-metal” networking in new deal with Cumulus

Government considering swapping Microsoft Office for open source

Coca-Cola shook up following data breach

IBM announces social network-style email service for businesses

HP software-defined storage solution aims to lower virtualization costs

Dell KACE can now deploy 250 operating systems in one go

Samsung and Google buddy up to sign 10-year patent agreement

IBM reveals Kenexa Talent Suite for improved HR

South Korea working on 5G network 1,000 times faster than 4G

Microsoft admits employee accounts compromised, documents stolen

Cloud integration top priority for businesses – report

Microsoft sees profit boost on back of Xbox One and cloud success

BitCloud creators plan to ‘replace’ the internet

New BT investment bringing fibre to more cities

FBI tells retailers to expect more cyber attacks

Samsung records first quarterly profit decline for two years

Lenovo snaps up IBM’s server business for $2.3 billion

Windows 8.1 antivirus winners and losers revealed

Toshiba launches storage subsidiary following OCZ acquisition

FRITZ!Box 7490 router wants to be your all-in-one comms device

Intel goes back to school with Android and Windows 8.1 tablets

BT’s record-breaking bandwidth can download 44 HD films per second

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