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Liberty exposes secret links between GCHQ and the NSA

Papers prove private access deal

Thu Oct 30 2014, 16:55

Samaritans Radar warns Twitter users if friends are suicidal

Free app uses social network's API to scan for worrying tweets

Wed Oct 29 2014, 10:12

YouTube exploring subscription-based service as half of views go mobile

CEO also confirms incoming music streaming service

Tue Oct 28 2014, 14:56

The Queen routes an iPhone through an iPad to tweet for the first time

No selfie, no cat pics, no twerking: we're British

Fri Oct 24 2014, 14:27

Nokia's Q3 results surpass expectations after Networks and HERE successes

Firm making money now Microsoft has struggling mobile unit

Thu Oct 23 2014, 11:36

Internet trolls to face two years' porridge under tough new laws

UK justice secretary to crack down on 'crude and degrading' online abuse

Sun Oct 19 2014, 10:37

Google's profits sink as firm splashes too much cash in third quarter

Earnings slip five percent as firm ups its spending

Fri Oct 17 2014, 13:14

Netflix arrives on Ubuntu Linux thanks to Google Chrome 37

Take that, Silverlight

Fri Oct 10 2014, 15:57

Ex-NSA director defends PRISM and warns not to talk to terrorists

You'll wave goodbye to your privacy if you do, says Keith Alexander

Thu Oct 09 2014, 15:06

Sir Tim Berners-Lee: Data is more valuable to individuals than to the cloud

Corporations wasting data on "queasy" targeted advertising tech

Thu Oct 09 2014, 10:52

Holidaymaker spends £12k on two sitcom episodes due to roaming

Again, they never learn

Thu Oct 02 2014, 10:34

Amazon offers Kindle customers early access to fresh ebooks

Get them a month early, for a fee

Wed Oct 01 2014, 16:17

European watchdog slams Apple's Irish tax arrangements as illegal

Could see firm fined 'billions of Euros'

Tue Sep 30 2014, 10:32

European flyers can phone, tweet, poke, browse and play throughout a flight

At the airline's discretion

Mon Sep 29 2014, 12:55

Amazon completes its acquisition of Twitch

£595m gone with a flick of the wrist

Fri Sep 26 2014, 16:24

European data watchdogs tell Google how to write a privacy policy

Keep it simple Larry

Fri Sep 26 2014, 12:37

Tim Cook reveals he's proud to be gay in bid to 'inspire' others

Apple CEO speaks about his sexuality for the first time

Thu Oct 30 2014, 13:02

Facebook revenue surges 60 percent as mobile use and ad spend rises

The social network is almost bigger than China

Wed Oct 29 2014, 09:47

UK government to force adult websites to implement age verification

Looks to crack down on pornography and weapons websites

Mon Oct 27 2014, 10:26

Microsoft Lumia devices are coming, but cheap phones will keep Nokia brand

Iconic brand to be replaced by 'Microsoft Lumia'

Fri Oct 24 2014, 12:07

Hungary intends to charge tax on data transfers

At least the ones it knows about

Wed Oct 22 2014, 14:22

Twitter sparks backlash with experiment shoving strangers' tweets into timelines

Social network to show users unwanted tweets that it deems 'relevant'

Sat Oct 18 2014, 10:24

Apple and Facebook will cover cost of egg freezing for female employees

Silicon Valley firms divide opinion with controversial offer

Wed Oct 15 2014, 11:16

Microsoft's Satya Nadella backpedals after saying women shouldn't ask for pay rises

Brendan Eich likely has a spring in his step today

Fri Oct 10 2014, 10:26

Apple and Google brands both worth over $100bn

So that's all very nice

Thu Oct 09 2014, 13:46

Twitter takes US transparency fight to the courts

Firm suing over right to disclose national security demands

Wed Oct 08 2014, 10:40

Kim Dotcom: The music industry hates me, so I’m quitting

Bye bye baby boomer

Thu Oct 02 2014, 14:43

DVLA website fails as drivers fret over tax disc changes

No more discs is easy, apparently

Thu Oct 02 2014, 09:36

eBay and Paypal to part company and run free

Will become independent in 2015

Tue Sep 30 2014, 14:24

Julian Assange: I’m not unwell, but Google is sleeping with the NSA

Says he is under 24 hour surveillance

Tue Sep 30 2014, 09:37

Facebook's Atlas ad-tracking service follows users across devices

Advertising just got creepier

Mon Sep 29 2014, 11:13

Facebook’s fight against search warrants gets court go-ahead

Social network stands up for its users

Fri Sep 26 2014, 10:52

EE brings LTE-Advanced to London as 4G network hits six million customers

150Mbps speeds come to the capital

Thu Oct 30 2014, 07:30

Microsoft's Bing now speaks Emoji

:-(

Tue Oct 28 2014, 15:20

Apple to integrate Beats Music into iTunes as music downloads falter

Streaming service set to relaunch next year

Sun Oct 26 2014, 11:10

Google launches reinvented Inbox email system

A mixture of Google Now and Gmail, but not a replacement

Thu Oct 23 2014, 12:03

Twitter joins forces with SoundCloud and iTunes to bring audio to tweets

Follows the closure of Twitter #music earlier this year

Fri Oct 17 2014, 14:11

Google has removed a third of 'right to be forgotten' links in the UK

Brits have asked for over 60,000 URLs to be taken down since May

Mon Oct 13 2014, 10:07

FTC slaps AT&T with a $105m fine for overcharging mobile customers

Claims firm raked in "millions" from unlawful billing

Thu Oct 09 2014, 15:22

Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Twitter meet European ministers for terror talks

Extremism on the menu in Luxembourg

Thu Oct 09 2014, 11:26

Facebook has made $2bn from busting spammers

And Facebookians have endured only legitimate promotional material

Mon Oct 06 2014, 15:55

Germany tells Google to pause for permission before profiling people

Google given guidance on privacy, again

Wed Oct 01 2014, 16:46

O2 now lets you charge iTunes content to your phone bill

Offering iTunes Codes from £10-£30

Tue Sep 30 2014, 13:20

Yahoo dumps decades old Yahoo Directory

New Year's Eve 2014 is D day for Directory devotees

Mon Sep 29 2014, 09:37

FBI director is very concerned about Apple and Google's encrypted software

Tells Google and Apple that less encryption is better

Fri Sep 26 2014, 13:34
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