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Tor's Tails software gets torn apart by researchers

Dave Neal

Edward Snowden's operating system of choice isn't as secure as once thought

Vodafone looks to put data servers in cell towers

Because all those selfies have to go somewhere

Thu Jul 24 2014, 15:44

Uber is now available on Windows Phone

Cab booking app arrives for Windows Phone 8 and 8.1 smartphones

Thu Jul 24 2014, 15:14

Skype will go through your Android address book

But only to find Skype contacts you know

Thu Jul 24 2014, 14:28

Blackberry’s Passport smartphone will also be available in white

It doesn't get much more exciting that this

Thu Jul 24 2014, 14:02

Google faces EU grilling over 'right to be forgotten' handling

Will meet with European data regulators in Brussels today

Thu Jul 24 2014, 13:33

LG G3 success drives a smartphone shipment record

Firm gives Samsung a run for its money

Thu Jul 24 2014, 12:56

Men outnumber women at Twitter by seven to three

Twitter? More like Todger

Thu Jul 24 2014, 12:24

Apple coughs on iOS diagnostic capabilities in response to 'backdoor' allegations

Says services are for diagnostics only

Thu Jul 24 2014, 11:52

European Central Bank sees customer data pilfered in website hack

But said no financial details have been pinched

Thu Jul 24 2014, 11:24

PS4 gets a Now TV app, Xbox One version coming in 'weeks'

Sony console users also getting 3D Blu-ray support

Thu Jul 24 2014, 10:36

Facebook is making millions from keeping people in touch

Revenues and user base get a big poke

Thu Jul 24 2014, 10:18

Oracle launches Data as a Service offering similar to PRISM

Offers collated data from many sources to drive business decisions

Thu Jul 24 2014, 09:59

BBC blames extended online and iPlayer downtime on heavy load

Move along please

Thu Jul 24 2014, 08:51

BT lands undersea fibre cable in Isles of Scilly

Remote islands get closer to a fixed internet connection

Thu Jul 24 2014, 08:35

Google offers Java developers free training for platform as a service

Java devs can learn to write for Android L

Wed Jul 23 2014, 17:10

Sony Xperia Z3 leak reveals near identical specs to the Xperia Z2

Ahead of rumoured IFA unveiling

Wed Jul 23 2014, 16:25

Majority of UK web users haven't turned on ISP's internet porn filters

No porn filters please, we're British

Wed Jul 23 2014, 15:52

Apple faces class-action lawsuit over staff breaks, unpaid paychecks

Could end up paying millions to 20,000 disgruntled staff

Wed Jul 23 2014, 15:28

Dropbox advises users with privacy concerns to add their own encryption

But warns it will break some features if you do

Wed Jul 23 2014, 15:08
Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley, sitcom style

The INQUIRER ventures into the valley of the cringey via HBO's new tech TV series

Destiny Alien

Destiny hands-on

We get to grips with Bungie’s next generation futuristic space shooter

Federal Communications Commission emblem

FCC extends net neutrality deadline as both sides set out their cases

Analysis It's the ISPs versus the public interest in a battle for the internet

The Inquirer and Intel Internet of Things IoT roundtable event

Robots are already in our homes, IoT should not be feared

IT professionals want to educate users about the Internet of Things

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