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Virgin Media Business launches SMB broadband packages

Offers speeds of up to 152Mbps

Mon Sep 22 2014, 15:42

EE and Vodafone buy almost 200 Phones 4u stores

Despite being blamed for the retailer's collapse

Mon Sep 22 2014, 09:56

Open Rights Group wants EE to open the book on its recent content lock-alypse

Blocktastrophy is probed by rights outfit

Fri Sep 19 2014, 15:09

U2 and Apple are collaborating on anti-piracy music format

But they’ve cracked that already

Fri Sep 19 2014, 11:13

Bittorrent Bleep chat alpha opens to all with Android and Mac aboard

It has more issues than Vogue, but it's getting there

Thu Sep 18 2014, 15:17

XSS security attack found in eBay iPhone auction

eBay iPhone lure is a ticket to theft

Thu Sep 18 2014, 10:16

Mediatek and Opera create auto-compressing LTE chips

Get double for your data plan

Wed Sep 17 2014, 16:09

Virgin Media broadband trial delivers 1Gb speeds to Cambridgeshire village

Test looks to reduce cost of network rollout by a third

Tue Sep 16 2014, 12:34

Apple tells users how to remove that U2 album

You are looking a forced gift horse in the mouth

Tue Sep 16 2014, 10:05

eBay goes down, ticks off users again

For the second time this month

Mon Sep 15 2014, 12:32

Context security hacks Canon IoT Printer to run Doom and print like the wind

Pokes a hole in an unchecked web interface

Fri Sep 12 2014, 14:06

IDF: Intel is sampling its third generation 14nm data centre SoC, the Xeon D

Offers Xeon-class performance for hyperscale workloads in high density, optimised servers

Fri Sep 12 2014, 10:08

85 percent of apps have privacy gaps according to a worldwide study

ICO says we see problems

Thu Sep 11 2014, 08:10

Apple couldn't organise a broadcast in a broadcast place

Cupertino company courts critics with cache catastrophe

Wed Sep 10 2014, 11:17

Apple beefs up iCloud security a day before iPhone 6 unveiling

Looks to regain users' trust ahead of 9 September event

Mon Sep 08 2014, 17:25

Facebook Video looks to rival Youtube as views hit one billion per day

Social network copys competitor with view counter feature

Mon Sep 08 2014, 14:07

Microsoft shows off redesigned MSN, but Firefox and Safari preview is borked

Firm gives 20 year old portal an airy facelift

Mon Sep 08 2014, 10:53

4chan hoax leads idiots to microwave their iPhones

You can kid a mooncalf

Mon Sep 22 2014, 14:56

Home Depot admits 56 million card details were stolen

Smashes Target's record

Fri Sep 19 2014, 17:10

Google's Android L will have default encryption too

It won't be outdone by Apple's iOS 8

Fri Sep 19 2014, 14:46

Australia’s first iPhone 6 gets unceremoniously dropped on its head on TV

Do not unbox with shaky hands

Fri Sep 19 2014, 10:41

Amazon beats Google to grab .buy top level domain name for $4.6m

Probably got free one day delivery

Thu Sep 18 2014, 11:43

Apple publishes privacy page for perplexed punters

Tim Cook claims no interest in monetising your data, again

Thu Sep 18 2014, 09:22

EE's 4G SIM-only plans get cheaper but data allowances will plummet next year

Makes sure you sign up before 31 January

Wed Sep 17 2014, 13:58

Germany wants access to Google's search algorithm

Chasing the transparency dragon

Tue Sep 16 2014, 11:33

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism wants answers about GHCQ surveillance

Has filed a case with the European Court of Human Rights

Mon Sep 15 2014, 16:46

Edward Snowden rains on New Zealand’s no snooping here parade

Pours cold ice bucket on PM's challenge

Mon Sep 15 2014, 12:15

Yahoo faced $250,000 daily fine for not handing over user data to the NSA

The US government brandished a large punishment stick

Fri Sep 12 2014, 12:23

Apple Watch and Dark Web show need for better BYOD security

INQUIRER mobile versus security debate continues

Thu Sep 11 2014, 13:18

Netflix joins Reddit and Mozilla in internet slowdown day protests

The biggest source of internet traffic wants to see net neutrality protected

Wed Sep 10 2014, 15:02

The BBC advises Australia to take a hard line on 'piracy'

Batten down the legal hatches down under

Tue Sep 09 2014, 14:53

Twitter will let you buy things with tweets

Social network to lure tweeters with a 'Buy' button

Mon Sep 08 2014, 16:42

Google image classification can tell if a dog is wearing a wide brimmed hat

Classification and localisation in action, on a dog’s head

Mon Sep 08 2014, 13:46

Facebook rolls out privacy checkup feature to save it from more scandals

Will prompt users to review who they share posts with

Fri Sep 05 2014, 10:47

The Pirate Bay uses the cloud to stay out of law enforcement’s reach

The Bay is snuck onto virtual networks

Mon Sep 22 2014, 14:28

Large-scale malvertising campaign hidden in online ads hits Last.fm

Malware payload distributed onto unsuspecting visitors via Zemot Trojan

Fri Sep 19 2014, 16:45

Google, Dropbox and others launch Simply Secure to ensure open security

Look to make security fun and effective

Fri Sep 19 2014, 13:15

Scotland votes no, so cool your boots tech firms

Saves the mobile firms a bit of worry

Fri Sep 19 2014, 09:23

Virgin Atlantic's retro-fitted Gogo inflight connectivity offers a 70Mbps network

Gogo deal could give passengers very high speed internet access

Thu Sep 18 2014, 10:44

As three million comment on net neutrality, the FCC adjusts its plans

Asks if mobile data should be treated equally

Wed Sep 17 2014, 16:55

Advertising watchdog sides with BT and Sky over Virgin's five times faster claim

Branson and Bolt in braggadocios broadband BS barney

Wed Sep 17 2014, 12:23

Google’s 10th transparency report shows government requests are rising

No surprise there, then

Tue Sep 16 2014, 10:32

Quickflix tells Netflix to block itself from Australia

All is not wizard in Oz

Mon Sep 15 2014, 13:20

Phones 4u 'forced' into administration as EE cuts ties with retailer

Puts almost 6,000 jobs at risk

Mon Sep 15 2014, 09:43

Dropbox’s first half-yearly transparency report shows 500 requests for access

Users were told of investigations in 91 cases

Fri Sep 12 2014, 11:07

Microsoft is found in contempt of court for refusing to hand over user emails

Your data stays in Ireland, for now

Thu Sep 11 2014, 12:07

Weak passwords and rogue app downloads are staff security breaches

INQUIRER mobile versus security debate continues

Wed Sep 10 2014, 13:07

Punters hooked by Bournemouth blighting Peter Pan pantomime email spam scam

Put the PDF Peter Pan pandemonium behind you

Tue Sep 09 2014, 12:24

Switzerland will host Edward Snowden, if he testifies against the NSA

Swiss attorney general offers whistleblower safe passage

Mon Sep 08 2014, 15:24

The FBI located the Silk Road by legal means

Captcha kicking cyber cops cracked access

Mon Sep 08 2014, 11:54
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