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Instagram to use HTTPS following discovery of gaping security hole in iOS app

Security expert warns users should not use the app until a patch is released

Tue Jul 29 2014, 16:38

Half of most popular Android apps inherit security vulnerabilities from reused code

Firm that uncovered Heartbleed gears up to name blameworthy developers

Mon Jul 28 2014, 11:32

Google has forgotten 'more than 100,000' links following ECJ ruling

Firm reportedly accepts 'the majority' of takedown requests

Fri Jul 25 2014, 12:47

Kim Dotcom plans to 'abolish' mass surveillance

Mega founder to stop government from having 'total citizen control'

Fri Jul 25 2014, 10:54

Vodafone looks to put data servers in cell towers

Because all those selfies have to go somewhere

Thu Jul 24 2014, 15:44

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

Facebook is making millions from keeping people in touch

Revenues and user base get a big poke

Thu Jul 24 2014, 10:18

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

Vodafone to give 100 rural 'notspots' a 3G boost

But they will have to prove their worth first

Tue Jul 22 2014, 15:27

EFF releases Privacy Badger add-on for Firefox and Chrome

This time, it's the badger doing the culling

Tue Jul 22 2014, 13:44

Anonymous hacks Kenya's defence military Twitter account

Corruption leads to a social media coup

Tue Jul 22 2014, 09:26

Google has 'no serious plans' to bring Fiber to the UK

Good news for Sky, BT and Talktalk

Mon Jul 21 2014, 11:06

BBC websites and iPlayers suffer weekend broadcast outage

Must be the season of the glitch

Mon Jul 21 2014, 10:03

Snowden says Dropbox is 'hostile to privacy'

Latest interview also reveals NSA shares around nudey pics

Fri Jul 18 2014, 12:47

House of Lords is concerned over fast-track DRIP

Woah there Theresa!

Thu Jul 17 2014, 16:45

Microsoft announces 18,000 job cuts with Nokia to bear the brunt

Satya Nadella announces biggest staff cull in the company's history

Thu Jul 17 2014, 13:16

Blackberry buys 'anti-eavesdropping' mobile security firm Secusmart

Looks to win over those concerned by NSA snooping

Tue Jul 29 2014, 15:42

Europe gives Apple's Beats acquisition the thumbs up

Says no competition concerns were raised

Mon Jul 28 2014, 14:58

Russia will give £65k to any security expert who can crack TOR

Police to track down naughty users

Fri Jul 25 2014, 16:55

Amazon posts $126m loss despite bumper revenue increase

Doesn't mention Kindle Fire tablet sales

Fri Jul 25 2014, 10:26

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

Says services are for diagnostics only

Thu Jul 24 2014, 11:52

BBC blames extended online and iPlayer downtime on heavy load

Move along please

Thu Jul 24 2014, 08:51

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

More cyber criminals are blackmailing victims with explicit photos

'Sextortion' is on the rise, warn security experts

Tue Jul 22 2014, 14:33

Facebook Save lets you mark content to read later

Social networkers can save links, places, music, movies, and TV shows

Tue Jul 22 2014, 12:55

Snowden calls on world's hackers to create NSA-thwarting technologies

Urges creation of anti-tracking technologies to encrypt traffic online

Mon Jul 21 2014, 14:57

Dell is now accepting Bitcoins for consumer and SMB purchases

Firm is very excited about its US-based pilot scheme

Mon Jul 21 2014, 10:49

UK government cheers ISP anti-piracy education

BT, Sky, Talktalk, and Virgin Media try to dissuade 'pirates'

Mon Jul 21 2014, 09:28

Open Rights Group threatens 'major legal battle' as DRIP becomes law

Cameron rams it through in just seven days

Fri Jul 18 2014, 10:41

Three to offer customers free WiFi on the London Underground

All UK operators now onboard with Virgin Media's service

Thu Jul 17 2014, 14:55

UK cops embrace crime-fighting face recognition tech

All your faces belong to us, etc

Thu Jul 17 2014, 11:57

Koler 'Police' ransomware was more dangerous than first thought, says Kaspersky

Infected over 200,000 Android devices with the UK and US bearing the brunt

Tue Jul 29 2014, 14:54

London will get 5G connectivity by 2020

Users will be able to download a film in less than a second

Mon Jul 28 2014, 12:45

Internet Explorer is the 'sweet spot' for cyber criminals

Has surpassed Adobe and Oracle software to become the most patched software product

Fri Jul 25 2014, 13:49

TfL to accept contactless payments on London tubes from 16 September

No more queuing to top up your Oyster card

Fri Jul 25 2014, 11:16

Google commingling lawsuit to go ahead in the US

Three strikes and its on

Thu Jul 24 2014, 16:19

Skype will go through your Android address book

But only to find Skype contacts you know

Thu Jul 24 2014, 14:28

Tor's Tails software gets torn apart by researchers

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

Thu Jul 24 2014, 11:02

BT lands undersea fibre cable in Isles of Scilly

Remote islands get closer to a fixed internet connection

Thu Jul 24 2014, 08:35

Liberty and MPs launch high court DRIP challenge

Civil liberties group representing Tom Watson and David Davis

Wed Jul 23 2014, 09:16

Ofcom: Mobiles and internet are now 'essential'

Says services should be available to all

Tue Jul 22 2014, 14:16

Italian watchdog gives Google 18 months to change its practices

Makes the firm an offer that it will consider

Tue Jul 22 2014, 12:01

EFF wants hackers to help build an open, secure router

Releases Alpha code to the community

Mon Jul 21 2014, 13:20

Netflix is testing a 'private mode' for guilty pleasure binges

Good news for Hilary Duff fans

Mon Jul 21 2014, 10:32

Kaspersky: Government isn't doing enough to educate about cybercrime

Says bigger marketing campaigns are needed to alert mainstream citizens

Fri Jul 18 2014, 16:35

Google’s Q2 misses expectations despite Play Store, Chromebook success

Mobile ad spend likely to blame

Fri Jul 18 2014, 10:17

Google hires iPhone and Playstation cracker Geohot for Project Zero

When you’re Geohot you’re hot

Thu Jul 17 2014, 14:01
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