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FCC won't appeal Verizon net neutrality ruling

Opts instead for a softly softly approach

Thu Feb 20 2014, 14:53

Marissa Mayer is so over Yahoo's Bing search deal

Probably isn't Googling for alternatives

Tue Feb 18 2014, 15:51

Kickstarter breach blags users' details, encrypted passwords

A kick in the starters

Mon Feb 17 2014, 09:50

Blaggers part Tesco users from Clubcard points

Only 10 punters affected, supermarket claims

Fri Feb 14 2014, 11:48

Skype introduces IM style features in cross platform update

Most of the features are fixes for things Microsoft broke

Thu Feb 13 2014, 15:06

FCC promises to end net neutrality uncertainty 'in the coming days'

But it might not be quite that simple

Wed Feb 12 2014, 14:21

Microsoft denies censoring Chinese Bing search results

It's not imperialist propaganda, it's a genuine cockup

Wed Feb 12 2014, 10:52

Safer Internet Day coaches parents on online security

It’s 2014, do you know where your kids’ thumbs are?

Tue Feb 11 2014, 12:23

Mozilla releases a touch-friendly Firefox Beta for Windows 8

After two years in development

Fri Feb 07 2014, 15:41

Syrian Electronic Army puts its stamp on Mark Monitor

Draws Facebook, Yahoo and Amazon into its web

Thu Feb 06 2014, 12:53

Net Neutrality is thrown a lifeline by Washington

Bipartisan support for a temporary reprieve

Tue Feb 04 2014, 16:02

The UK government needs to stop fumbling with internet pornography

Column Responsibility for internet use should be given back to homeowners

Fri Jan 31 2014, 15:48

Murdoch’s Sky and HBO will collaborate on TV programming

Shame of Phones?

Thu Jan 30 2014, 11:43

Netflix wades in on net neutrality row

Celebrates 44 million subscribers and says it won't be bullied by ISPs

Thu Jan 23 2014, 12:32

Logmein miffs users by closing its free service

Lack of notice is considered rude

Wed Jan 22 2014, 13:26

British broadcasters fret over their place in the broadband spectrum

Don't want the television to be left in the dark

Tue Jan 21 2014, 15:13

'123456' is dubbed 2013’s worst password

Worse than 2012’s password 'password'

Tue Jan 21 2014, 11:02

Canterbury Cathedral bans porn on public WiFi

Thou shalt covet only ham and cheese baps

Wed Feb 19 2014, 15:52

BBC Radio 1 pop charts to include Spotify streaming plays

Streamers rub shoulders with digital sales

Tue Feb 18 2014, 13:29

Millions in Bitcoins were pinched from the Silk Road

Petition calls for a response from the government

Fri Feb 14 2014, 16:08

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

Dutch and German coppers shut down online drug net

Utopia is nowhere

Thu Feb 13 2014, 13:15

EU calls for US to have less control of the internet following NSA revelations

EC looks to preserve 'open and unfragmented' nature of the web

Wed Feb 12 2014, 12:56

Verizon blames its slow speeds on Netflix as net neutrality row continues

Oblique swipe at Netflix as customer experience continues to disappoint

Tue Feb 11 2014, 15:12

The Day We Fight Back protests internet surveillance

The internet hits back for human rights

Tue Feb 11 2014, 09:28

Amazon eyes Netflix with latest TV show pilots

Retailer has 10 more shows on trial

Fri Feb 07 2014, 11:38

Net Neutrality battle begins as Verizon appears to throttle Netflix

The first salvo might have been fired

Thu Feb 06 2014, 11:55

Firefox switches to a user name and password sync service

No more magic incantations at twilight

Mon Feb 03 2014, 17:23

Vodafone skirts fine by meeting Ofcom's extended 3G coverage deadline

Operator catches up with rivals O2, EE and Three

Fri Jan 31 2014, 11:48

Three's network is suffering from data issues

Updated Operator is working on fixing its borked network

Wed Jan 29 2014, 09:22

Ofcom rules customers hit by mid-contract price hikes can leave for free

Applies to mobile, broadband and landline contracts

Thu Jan 23 2014, 12:05

Candy Crush maker King trademarks the word 'candy'

Updated Says move is to stop companies 'constantly' infringing its IP

Wed Jan 22 2014, 10:44

Ofcom approves high speed internet on boats and planes

Women, children, and video streamers first

Tue Jan 21 2014, 13:34

EE to release emergency router upgrade after vulnerability found

You should be safe if you surf sensibly

Mon Jan 20 2014, 15:19

Verizon wants Netflix to pay for traffic

Neither side gives as video quality falls

Wed Feb 19 2014, 12:48

High costs put people off pan-European roaming

94 percent of travellers baulk at the price of mobile roaming, says the EC

Mon Feb 17 2014, 12:30

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

Less aggravation, more aggregation

Fri Feb 14 2014, 14:43

Facebook rolls out more than 50 gender options

We’re looking for a 'don’t know'

Fri Feb 14 2014, 10:16

Chrome will block non-store extensions to 'protect Windows users from malware'

All local add-ons will be blocked by the end of the month

Thu Feb 13 2014, 10:59

Mozilla's Firefox web browser to get sponsored content boxes

But they're definitely not adverts

Wed Feb 12 2014, 12:14

Cloudflare fights off a huge DDoS attack

Powerful clock cannon aimed at US and EU

Tue Feb 11 2014, 13:33

Snowden used off-the-shelf software to haul in PRISM files

NSA whistleblower used web crawler software

Mon Feb 10 2014, 12:40

Turkey locks down its local internet

Draft law adopted

Thu Feb 06 2014, 13:46

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

Superbowl security command centre broadcast a passcode on the telly

Everything is locked down and secure, except the security command centre

Mon Feb 03 2014, 15:12

Amazon’s fourth quarter sales gain misses estimates

Up 20 percent, could do better

Fri Jan 31 2014, 10:32

Yahoo does not find Gmail downtime funny

Or newsworthy

Mon Jan 27 2014, 09:44

UK fibre optic trial achieves 1.4 terabit network link

All hail the Alien Superchannel

Thu Jan 23 2014, 10:49

Yahoo is the most popular website in the US

No one would have guessed

Tue Jan 21 2014, 16:41

China takes away the right to online anonymity

Video uploaders must be traceable

Tue Jan 21 2014, 12:27
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