Apple iGod Steve Jobs may have become famous for bringing an iDevice into every household but it's been revealed he wasn't so keen on bringing the gadgets into his own home, at least when it came to his kids.
The big Apple announcement overnight means the tech giant has a few new flashy products to sell but it also has one less. The iPod classic, introduced seven years ago, was uncermoniously killed off overnight with little fanfare.
The Internet of Things is promising a heady future of connected homes and connected businesses but hackers are currently threatening the outcome, according to a new study from multinational tech firm Hewlett-Packard.
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