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Sony pulls The Interview as US officially blames glorious North Korea for hack

Comedy assassination romp may never see the light of day

Thu Dec 18 2014, 10:23

Virgin Media is interrupting browsing with a note about an adult content filter

Fear not searcher, it is not just you

Wed Dec 17 2014, 16:45

Good news for Sky and a bad debut for EE in Ofcom customer satisfaction report

Updated UK telecoms and ISP customer service levels overall have improved, mostly

Fri Dec 12 2014, 15:30

BitTorrent announces its decentralised browser known as Maelstrom

Hopes to reinvent the net

Thu Dec 11 2014, 16:45

Judicial review of Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act gets green light

Open Rights Group celebrates investigation win

Tue Dec 09 2014, 15:10

Ofcom: 18 percent of Brits have no internet access

Watchdog report reveals poor uptake despite improving broadband services

Tue Dec 09 2014, 11:33

UK data watchdog bites festival for pretending to be your mum

A bad show on the festival scene

Mon Dec 08 2014, 11:27

BT completes 'record-breaking' subsea fibre rollout in Scotland

Firm lays 250 miles of fibre optic cabling to bring faster broadband to remote areas

Thu Dec 04 2014, 14:17

Adblock Plus can now block Facebook read receipt notices

Now no-one will know that you didn't care and didn't read it

Wed Dec 03 2014, 13:18

Yahoo Mail bounces back after 11 days of downtime

But service is unlikely to have many users left

Tue Dec 02 2014, 09:53

European data watchdog rounds on website advertising and user tracking

'Digital fingerprinting' needs taking in hand, says Article 29 Working Party

Mon Dec 01 2014, 14:17

Labour Party vows to save the UK from a technology skills and tools abyss

Ed has lofty aims for G-Cloud and library web access

Wed Nov 26 2014, 16:47

Facebook fingered as source of soldier death chat

Social network named and shamed in inquiry into Lee Rigby murder

Wed Nov 26 2014, 10:52

Twitter's CFO does not know how to use Twitter

Shares a direct message about potential Snapchat acquisition with the public

Tue Nov 25 2014, 12:03

Chinese Internet Conference Punk'd delegates with ridiculous treaty

Never sign anything slipped under your door if you can still taste toothpaste

Fri Nov 21 2014, 13:31

Firefox ditches Google for Yahoo in the US as it localises default search

New strategy sees Russia and China get their own search options

Thu Nov 20 2014, 11:00

Google Chrome engineers propose a non-secure site alert

Affirmative action over HTTPS laggards

Thu Dec 18 2014, 10:02

EE, O2 and Vodafone bring 4G to the Channel Tunnel

Superfast mobile broadband comes to commuters travelling between UK and France

Tue Dec 16 2014, 08:33

Government's data-grabbing hands just won't let go

Opinion DRIP is slow water torture and we are drowning in stupidity

Fri Dec 12 2014, 15:25

Instagram overtakes Twitter with 300 million users, including actual celebrities

Launches verified badges and kicks out spammers

Thu Dec 11 2014, 14:52

Europe: The NSA's snooping habit is good and bad for business

Surveillance curtain may be holding back European tech firms

Tue Dec 09 2014, 14:17

ITU gives thumbs up to 1Gbps G.fast broadband standard

Paves way for cheaper, more reliable broadband

Mon Dec 08 2014, 16:01

Sony’s PlayStation Store downed by reptilian hackers

Lizard Squad threatens to move onto Xbox servers next

Mon Dec 08 2014, 10:46

Bluetooth 4.2 looks to the Internet of Things with direct IPv6 internet connection

Latest iteration also boasts a performance boost and added privacy features

Wed Dec 03 2014, 16:24

Internet Explorer sees slight rise as Chrome and Firefox shed market share

But Apple's Safari browser sees biggest leap in November

Tue Dec 02 2014, 12:35

Black Friday bargains put major websites under strain

Overloaded, under-priced and over here

Fri Nov 28 2014, 14:20

Twitter will monitor your mobile apps to target adverts

App graph raises eyebrows in the privacy camp

Thu Nov 27 2014, 14:50

Google will kill Microsoft Silverlight in Chrome by disabling NPAPI plug-in

Business-critical apps have till autumn 2015 to migrate

Wed Nov 26 2014, 14:17

UN officially condemns invasive government surveillance

States told to get with the post-Snowden programme

Wed Nov 26 2014, 10:21

Mac OS X 10.10.1 fails to fix WiFi issues plaguing Yosemite users

But Apple keeps quiet on persistent problems

Mon Nov 24 2014, 11:35

Computer engineer Barbie needs a chap to do any actual computer work

What Barbie really needs is a sandwich

Fri Nov 21 2014, 10:02

EFF, Mozilla and Cisco look to encrypt the web with free HTTPS certificates

Firm launches Let's Encrypt to improve web security

Wed Nov 19 2014, 13:17

Google adds security and proper Drive attachments to Gmail

Now it'll block extensions before they cause problems

Wed Dec 17 2014, 17:10

Facebook flings Microsoft Bing to do its own search thing

Relationship status changed to 'it's complicated'

Mon Dec 15 2014, 16:36

World Wide Web is low on freedom, liberty and privacy, warns Sir Tim Berners-Lee

World Wide Web Foundation says the internet has a number of problems

Fri Dec 12 2014, 13:30

Google withdraws News pipe from Spanish waters for cash reasons

So long, thanks for all the news

Thu Dec 11 2014, 10:08

Zuckerberg and Cook press the digital flesh with China's digital minister

Lu Wei gets a tour of the facilities

Tue Dec 09 2014, 13:04

Julian Assange clocks up four years away from home

Without charge, and with a treadmill

Mon Dec 08 2014, 12:29

Kickstarter promises to never sell user data

The ‘crowd’ gets privacy promise as Kickstarter gets self-congratulatory

Fri Dec 05 2014, 09:56

Gangnam Style breaks YouTube

Take that, Kim Kardashian

Wed Dec 03 2014, 15:36

Kim Dotcom sets his political sights on America

Watch out Hillary Clinton, Kim is coming

Tue Dec 02 2014, 11:58

Intel picks up PasswordBox for identity management and password corralling

Bring it your tedious passwords and relax, or something

Mon Dec 01 2014, 14:44

UK government decides social networks should be open about data use

At the same time as it wants them to eviscerate themselves and their users

Fri Nov 28 2014, 13:35

Rights groups slam government plans to identify users by IP address

UK Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill gets similar response to a lead balloon

Thu Nov 27 2014, 14:05

The US should not be allowed to run the internet

People unsure who should run the 'net, but two-thirds vote against Uncle Sam

Wed Nov 26 2014, 12:59

BT's broadband 'monopoly' comes under fire as rival ISPs call for Ofcom intervention

UK Competitive Telecommunications Association calls for watchdog to prioritise competition

Tue Nov 25 2014, 16:28

Google quickens the heart with contribution-based Ad Beta Blocker

Buddy, can you spare us a dollar?

Fri Nov 21 2014, 14:33
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