Author Archives: Steve McCaskill

Steve McCaskill
Author: Steve McCaskill
Deputy Editor
Steve McCaskill is deputy editor of TechWeekEurope and joined as a reporter in 2011 having previously written for Steel Media. He covers mobile devices, telecommunications and networking, along with sports technology.

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Web users are warned of malicious links claiming to offer results of the Scottish independence referendum

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Amazon launches Kindle Fire HDX and Fire HD tablets and Kindle Voyager

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Apple admits to iOS 8 issue but says a fix might not be released until the end of the month

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MediaTek is to integrate Opera Max into its processors, offering mid-range Android smartphone users the chance to double their data

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IOS 8 will be rolled out to iPhone 4S or later, iPad 2 or later and iPad Mini later today

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30 Seconds to Mars frontman Jared Leto says technology is acting as an equaliser for bands, freeing them from record labels which messed up digital distribution

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Virgin Media lays fibre in Cambridgeshire village using new technique

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Apple gives angry iPhone and iPad users the chance to get rid of Bono and The Edge from their devices

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Barclaycard says contactless payments on tube will be easier, quicker and encourage customers to use their cards for other items too

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BT, TalkTalk, O2, Vodafone, EE and Three say independence could increase their costs while others suggest roaming charges could be on the cards

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