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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

NSA accused of running international cellphone cracking unit

File under Snowden revelations

Thu Dec 04 2014, 16:50

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

Intel and Stephen Hawking unveil 'life-changing' communications system

Will be released as an open source project in 2015

Tue Dec 02 2014, 15:42

Bing and Yahoo join Google in 'right to be forgotten' takedowns

The removals have begun

Mon Dec 01 2014, 16:39

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

EE says national roaming would delay 4G rollout by up to two years

Mongrel network claims the industry has a better idea

Fri Nov 28 2014, 15:27

Internet of Things search engine wants the world to sell and exchange sensor data

Thingful working on ways to monetise IoT

Fri Nov 28 2014, 12:50

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

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

Gangnam Style breaks YouTube

Take that, Kim Kardashian

Wed Dec 03 2014, 15:36

EE shuns national roaming plans with rural micro network launch

Firm to bring voice, 3G and 4G services to 1,500 communities by 2017

Tue Dec 02 2014, 13:11

Kim Dotcom at liberty after US copyright corps lose court battle

Bail conditions not revoked

Mon Dec 01 2014, 13:03

Global net neutrality pact hopes to silence European malcontents

The EU is making the wrong noises. Time to gang up

Fri Nov 28 2014, 14:52

Adobe issues second Flash security fix after failed October patch

Could have allowed hackers to perform remote-code execution

Fri Nov 28 2014, 11:18

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

90 percent of networks set to face Internet of Things breach inside two years

And likely will buckle under the strain

Fri Dec 05 2014, 08:20

Get Safe Online praises Twitter for improved anti-troll tools

Says it hopes new features encourage more users to report abuse

Thu Dec 04 2014, 11:44

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

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

Europol swoops on 118 airline ticket fraudsters

Do not pass check-in, do not collect duty free

Mon Dec 01 2014, 10:11

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
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