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Belgian judge considers blocking Apple websites over product warranties

Little grey cells at work

Tue Mar 04 2014, 15:12

Google and Samsung are not happy about Microsoft's Nokia buyout

Firms claim deal will result in higher patent licensing fees

Mon Mar 03 2014, 13:42

Mt Gox files for bankruptcy in Japan

Digital currency exchange goes under in the land of rising sun

Fri Feb 28 2014, 15:32

EC prunes in-app payment pains to protect parents from pilfering pads

Will meet with firms and ministers to discuss issues

Fri Feb 28 2014, 09:41

App leads cyclist onto the M25 motorway

But the cyclist did the pedalling

Tue Feb 25 2014, 15:30

HP might have known about Autonomy irregularities

Financial Times finds smoking emails

Tue Feb 18 2014, 17:11

Google Play bookstore sells adult content

On the same internet where it sells children's books

Mon Feb 17 2014, 15:23

Lush cosmetics cause a stink at Amazon

Trademarks Amazon MD branded merchandise in a swipe at Jeff Bezos' firm

Fri Feb 14 2014, 11:34

Google France alerts users to its privacy problem

Link to the CNIL has an overwhelming response

Mon Feb 10 2014, 15:52

Protest groups unite to fight NSA snooping on 11 February

4,000 websites sign up to show of force

Thu Feb 06 2014, 09:33

Developers have two months to sort out in-app purchase practices

OFT offers to off offenders

Thu Jan 30 2014, 13:13

Three banned from using 'misleading' 3.9G term following EE complaint

Advertising Standards Agency says network's 'Ultrafast' term is unclear too

Wed Jan 22 2014, 14:54

Syrian Electronic Army attacks Saudi websites

Also promises a return to Redmond

Thu Jan 16 2014, 13:37

Coinye currency killed off by Kanye

Ain’t messin with no virtual figures

Wed Jan 15 2014, 15:19

Mark Zuckerberg turns to the internet to find shower partner

Facebook CEO surprised by showering spider

Tue Jan 14 2014, 11:12

French data watchdog bites Google with €150,000 fine

Zut, privacy flaws

Thu Jan 09 2014, 11:44

Samsung fails to ban the iPhone and iPad in South Korea

Court rules that Apple's iDevices do not infringe Samsung patents

Thu Dec 12 2013, 12:45

UK medical data is uploaded to Google servers outside of the UK

Tory MP wants answers

Tue Mar 04 2014, 13:54

Mt Gox confirms 750,000 Bitcoin theft, opens call centre for concerned miners

Haranguing on the telephone

Mon Mar 03 2014, 11:27

Cabinet Office extends Open Document Format talks

You have until 5pm today to submit comments

Fri Feb 28 2014, 13:08

Mt Gox Bitcoin fallout is small change in a big industry

Analysis Industry reacts, Bitcoin rolls on

Wed Feb 26 2014, 11:08

ASA says nude scanner app advert was a big boo boo

Should not have been shown during children's Hollyoaks show

Thu Feb 20 2014, 12:31

Marissa Mayer is so over Yahoo's Bing search deal

Probably isn't Googling for alternatives

Tue Feb 18 2014, 15:51

Millions in Bitcoins were pinched from the Silk Road

Petition calls for a response from the government

Fri Feb 14 2014, 16:08

Android's openness in doubt as Google's strict OEM requirements are revealed

Internet giant requires prominence on Android devices

Thu Feb 13 2014, 15:38

HTC and Nokia end legal spat with patents agreement

All litigation between the companies is dismissed

Mon Feb 10 2014, 10:08

Microsoft slams Google Chromebooks in latest Windows 8 advert

Bemoans need for an internet connection and lack of Microsoft Office

Tue Feb 04 2014, 11:58

Prince goes after Facebook users for historical 'piracy'

Litigate like it's 1999

Tue Jan 28 2014, 14:23

Samsung Android devices infringe Apple's autocorrect patent, US judge rules

Apple can now seek a ban on the smartphones in question

Wed Jan 22 2014, 14:04

Apple will cough up $32.5m to settle FTC in-app payments case

Parents lost money their children spent

Thu Jan 16 2014, 10:51

Apple cuts off Barbie plastic surgery app aimed at kids

Eyebrows, without botox, raised over appropriateness

Wed Jan 15 2014, 13:54

Court orders Yelp to unmask anonymous reviewers

Carpet blaggers to be exposed

Mon Jan 13 2014, 16:14

RSA faces conference speaker exodus over the PRISM elephant in the room

Big names line up to drop out

Wed Jan 08 2014, 17:07

China bans banks from trading in Bitcoins

Does not let a thousand currencies bloom

Thu Dec 05 2013, 16:21

Labour party makes a third move toward an internet snooping law

Once, twice, three times trying

Mon Mar 03 2014, 14:14

BT wants Ofcom to stop making it subsidise Sky and Talktalk

Wants a level playing field

Fri Feb 28 2014, 16:14

Ministry of Sound and Spotify settle playlist court case

Settled out of court

Fri Feb 28 2014, 12:42

Facebook chief: PRISM has helped us all be friends in tech sector

Industry working better together in wake of NSA scandal

Tue Feb 25 2014, 17:14

Blackberry CEO is 'outraged' by T-Mobile's 'anti-Blackberry' iPhone offer

But that doesn't mean the partnership is over

Wed Feb 19 2014, 17:32

FCC complaint claims AT&T is overcharging for calls to collect user location data

Exclusive US operator accused of abusing loophole in Hemisphere scheme

Tue Feb 18 2014, 09:15

Website links to free content don't infringe copyright, rules ECJ

Less aggravation, more aggregation

Fri Feb 14 2014, 14:43

The Day We Fight Back protests internet surveillance

The internet hits back for human rights

Tue Feb 11 2014, 09:28

UK government backed Year of Code starts badly

Website is down, boss can’t code

Thu Feb 06 2014, 15:24

Bletchley Park squashes rumours of Computing Museum fall out

Storm in a code hut needs sorting out

Thu Jan 30 2014, 14:24

Bitcoin broker is charged with laundering Silk Road drug money

Allegedly washed over $1m in digital currency

Tue Jan 28 2014, 12:36

AMD is being sued by investors over Llano expectations

More lame-o

Mon Jan 20 2014, 16:06

IFPI accuses Google of ignoring 'piracy' requests

Could count as evil

Thu Jan 16 2014, 09:53

Apple loses attempt to block ebooks antitrust expert

Judge resists push to part with legal monitor

Tue Jan 14 2014, 12:38

Wikimedia sheds shilling editor

Seven year veteran off to edit new pastures

Fri Jan 10 2014, 14:45

HTC avoids One Mini and One Max ban despite Nokia patent win

UK Court of Appeals rules in Taiwanese phone maker's favour

Fri Dec 13 2013, 10:58
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