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South Korea nuclear plants on high alert after hackers breach systems

Blueprints of reactors posted online amid dire warnings of meltdown

Mon Dec 22 2014, 14:45

FBI investigation traces Sony hack to North Korea

Analysis finds techniques common to the area

Mon Dec 22 2014, 09:38

Amazon launches Prime Now one-hour delivery service

Available only in Manhattan at present

Fri Dec 19 2014, 12:57

Security researchers are using quantum physics for fraud-proof credit cards

Quantum-Secure Authentication means hackers cannot determine what the information is

Thu Dec 18 2014, 08:36

Apple, Cisco and HP support Microsoft in hands-off Irish data case

Redmond rolls deep, apparently

Wed Dec 17 2014, 15:22

GCHQ used Regin to listen to Belgian waffle

I guess that's why they call it the Bruges

Tue Dec 16 2014, 11:50

Intel, IBM and Cisco team up to fight net neutrality by reclassifying the internet

Believe it will harm infrastructure development

Fri Dec 12 2014, 16:35

GCHQ launches crypto app for the kids

Learn to be secure in an increasingly insecure world

Fri Dec 12 2014, 14:30

EE dumps two-for-one Orange Wednesdays

Time to cry in your popcorn

Fri Dec 12 2014, 10:45

Inception cyber espionage tool is stealing secrets from governments and military

Updated Hides in the shadows, embedded in Rich Text Format files

Thu Dec 11 2014, 14:40

Humans are the biggest threat to the future of security

Eset CTO says we must pay attention to education

Thu Dec 11 2014, 08:35

Facebook Graph Search comes to iOS with beefed-up functionality

Users can now search for specific posts, not just people

Tue Dec 09 2014, 13:31

Ofcom: 18 percent of Brits have no internet access

Watchdog report reveals poor uptake despite improving broadband services

Tue Dec 09 2014, 11:33

Google App Engine contains serious vulnerabilities, warn researchers

Bugs could allow for a complete Java VM security sandbox escape and arbitrary code execution

Mon Dec 08 2014, 14:14

Sony’s PlayStation Store downed by reptilian hackers

Lizard Squad threatens to move onto Xbox servers next

Mon Dec 08 2014, 10:46

Samsung still doesn’t want to pay Apple $930m

To be fair, we wouldn’t either

Fri Dec 05 2014, 13:22

EE, Qualcomm and Huawei complete 4G LTE Category 9 testing at 410Mbps

Firms look to dramatically improve EE's mobile broadband speeds across Europe

Mon Dec 22 2014, 11:26

Microsoft rounds on tech support scammers

Files civil lawsuits on granny's worst nightmare

Fri Dec 19 2014, 15:14

ICANN phished: Internet overseer gets overseen

Lock up your domains, probably

Fri Dec 19 2014, 10:42

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

Stop eating your lunch: Instagram has five new filters

Just in time for the Christmas turkey telfie rush

Wed Dec 17 2014, 14:28

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

Vodafone rivals Three as 4G roaming extends to 17 more countries

UK operator adds Japan, Mexico, Peru, Sri Lanka and Thailand to existing locations

Fri Dec 12 2014, 16:00

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

BitTorrent announces its decentralised browser known as Maelstrom

Hopes to reinvent the net

Thu Dec 11 2014, 16:45

Angry Birds turns five: spare a thought for the six hundred billion dead

Rovio is feathering its nest

Thu Dec 11 2014, 12:40

Harry Styles and a spider-dog won the internet in 2014

Most tweeted, most Youtubed, most mysterious to us

Wed Dec 10 2014, 16:15

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

Open Rights Group celebrates investigation win

Tue Dec 09 2014, 15:10

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

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

Paves way for cheaper, more reliable broadband

Mon Dec 08 2014, 16:01

Julian Assange clocks up four years away from home

Without charge, and with a treadmill

Mon Dec 08 2014, 12:29

T-Mobile and Vodafone come under fire for dated refund policies

Users must lose signal up to seven times a day before they can claim compensation

Sun Dec 07 2014, 10:51

Kickstarter promises to never sell user data

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

Fri Dec 05 2014, 09:56

Ahoy there: The Pirate Bay is partly back

Someone has raised the black flag

Mon Dec 22 2014, 10:38

EE, O2, Three and Vodafone agree to throw £5bn at mobile not-spots

In bid to avoid much-maligned 'national roaming' plans

Thu Dec 18 2014, 10:46

Internet of Things audio is being scuppered by proprietary tech

Home streaming should be a lot easier by now

Wed Dec 17 2014, 16:13

Vodafone reportedly not happy about BT's planned £12.5bn acquisition of EE

Is worried it will be offered inferior deals on broadcast tower connection fees as a result

Wed Dec 17 2014, 12:25

Anonymous reaps revenge on Pirate Bay-killing Swedes

Irate pirates are synonymous with Anonymous

Mon Dec 15 2014, 16:18

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

Government recruits Microsoft, Google, Twitter, Facebook and Yahoo to wrestle dark web

In a bid to curb online child abuse

Fri Dec 12 2014, 13:00

Instagram overtakes Twitter with 300 million users, including actual celebrities

Launches verified badges and kicks out spammers

Thu Dec 11 2014, 14:52

Google withdraws News pipe from Spanish waters for cash reasons

So long, thanks for all the news

Thu Dec 11 2014, 10:08

BT shuns EE with 'imminent' bid to pick up O2

Announcement could come as early as this week

Wed Dec 10 2014, 10:31

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

One in five has quit an internet service over privacy concerns

Yet we trust banks more than governments

Tue Dec 09 2014, 12:38

Court finds that GCHQ's Tempora is fine and dandy

Snooptastic behaviour is legal in principle

Mon Dec 08 2014, 14:20

UK data watchdog bites festival for pretending to be your mum

A bad show on the festival scene

Mon Dec 08 2014, 11:27

Microsoft's December Patch Tuesday will fix bugs in Internet Explorer, Office and Windows

Nowhere near as big as last month's

Fri Dec 05 2014, 14:55
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