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Malware found in Google Play secretly mines Bitcoin from Android smartphones

Google removes five affected apps which had 100 to 500 downloads each

Fri Apr 25 2014, 11:22

Facebook, Skype and Gmail face ban in Russia due to data snooping legislation

Tech firms will have to store data in Russia or face becoming illegal in country

Thu Apr 24 2014, 15:37

US judge throws out Tarantino's copyright infringement lawsuit

Sides with Gawker in leaked Hateful Eight script case

Thu Apr 24 2014, 11:39

Turkish PM sues Turkey over toppled Twitter takedown

That escalated quickly

Wed Apr 23 2014, 11:33

Whatsapp tops 500 million monthly users despite Facebook backlash

So that's what the social network saw in it

Wed Apr 23 2014, 09:23

Reddit mods accused of censoring Snowden, Wikileaks and Bitcoin posts

More transparency needed at /r/ technology

Tue Apr 22 2014, 11:42

Steam vulnerability allows hackers to bypass security and swipe account data

Malwarebytes says scammers can change users' email addresses, passwords, profiles and more

Thu Apr 17 2014, 15:51

Game of Thrones' Purple Wedding is a torrent record breaker

Watchers are seeding

Wed Apr 16 2014, 14:36

Google might reward secure websites with better ranking

It's hip to encrypt

Tue Apr 15 2014, 16:34

Sky and Talktalk team up to battle BT with gigabit broadband

1,000Mbps internet to make debut in City of York

Tue Apr 15 2014, 11:47

US Senate sees 'Let Me Google That For You' bill

Huge cost savings if the government learns to search the internet

Mon Apr 14 2014, 16:45

Twitter has almost 430 million inactive users

Study shows that 44 percent of social network's users have never tweeted

Mon Apr 14 2014, 11:18

Boris Bikes' location data could be used to track you

Updated Tfl open data feeds might lead to furious backpedaling

Fri Apr 11 2014, 14:55

RIAA sues Megaupload for $500m over alleged copyright infringement

Joins the rush to punish Kim Dotcom

Fri Apr 11 2014, 10:43

Oz attorney general George Brandis calls Snowden 'a traitor'

Says whistleblower blew it

Thu Apr 10 2014, 09:54

FTC charges Napster co-founder over Jerk.com Facebook user shakedown

Exploiters exploits are curtailed

Wed Apr 09 2014, 15:22

Facebook gives its privacy settings a poke

Behold, the privacy dinosaur

Wed Apr 09 2014, 09:48

EE's 4G rollout hits 200th UK town milestone

Operator's LTE speeds now reach 72 percent of the population

Fri Apr 25 2014, 10:43

FCC guts net neutrality to pave way to tiered internet

Leaves Brazil to show how its done

Thu Apr 24 2014, 13:23

IBM unveils Openpower servers to manage big data faster

Capable of analysing data 50 times faster than the latest Intel x86 systems

Thu Apr 24 2014, 11:06

AOL shores up email settings after spam spoofing spree

Sets DMARC policy to reject

Wed Apr 23 2014, 10:16

TfL reportedly will trial smartphone payments for London travel

EE and Vodafone apparently onboard

Tue Apr 22 2014, 15:32

Netflix announces price hike despite bumper profits

New customers to see a 'one to two dollar' increase

Tue Apr 22 2014, 10:11

Tor network starts rejecting Heartbleed vulnerable relays

Wants to get its hands off those fingerprints

Thu Apr 17 2014, 12:14

Bskyb's #Watchonsky lets you record TV shows straight from Twitter

Don't use it if you're avoiding Game of Thrones spoilers

Wed Apr 16 2014, 13:15

FBI wants a visual database of 52 million US citizens

All your face is belong to US

Tue Apr 15 2014, 15:57

Google buys drone firm Titan Aerospace

To offer internet access in remote areas

Tue Apr 15 2014, 11:22

Facebook asks for approval to launch its own e-money system

First you have to get the money

Mon Apr 14 2014, 16:13

AT&T troll Weev is released as hacking conviction is overturned

Troll got the telecom firm’s goat(se)

Mon Apr 14 2014, 10:11

Open Rights Group presses UK ISPs on Data Retention Directive

Most ISPs haven't responded yet

Fri Apr 11 2014, 14:02

HMIC slams UK police cybercrime preparedness

Doomed, we’re doomed

Thu Apr 10 2014, 16:44

Second eavesdropping bug is found in Google Chrome

Unplug your mic and put tape over your webcam

Wed Apr 09 2014, 17:05

US attorney general says criminals use crypto currencies

Hold up, says Eric Holder

Wed Apr 09 2014, 14:48

Communications czar to launch inquiry into police data collection

British bobbies might have a collecting hobby

Tue Apr 08 2014, 17:20

Google, Microsoft, Intel and Facebook join forces to prevent another Heartbleed fiasco

Will pump money into the critical software infrastructure that needs it

Thu Apr 24 2014, 16:02

Broadband speeds in Essex and Wales are 30 times slower than UK average

Data shows government still has much to do to improve broadband speeds

Thu Apr 24 2014, 12:07

Facebook profits triple as social network boasts one billion mobile users

Firm bags 59 percent of ad revenues from mobile

Thu Apr 24 2014, 10:07

Twitter's Facebook style Profiles are now available for all

But redesign hasn't gone down well with social network's users

Wed Apr 23 2014, 09:47

Cyber espionage and web app attacks were top security threats in 2013

As point-of-sale attacks decline in popularity, says Verizon

Tue Apr 22 2014, 12:40

Virgin Media email blunder bombards frustrated users with spam

Recipients could email each other, creating spam

Thu Apr 17 2014, 16:32

Yahoo wants to replace Google as default search on the iPhone and iPad

Marissa Mayer looks to Apple

Thu Apr 17 2014, 10:58

480,000 personal details pinched in plastic surgery takeaway

Police pursue pilferers of potential plastic surgery punters

Wed Apr 16 2014, 09:49

Virgin Media leads broadband pack as UK's average speed hits 17.8Mbps

But Ofcom claims more needs to be done

Tue Apr 15 2014, 13:28

Heartbleed victims start to come forward

Updated Someone’s had a go at mums and the taxman

Tue Apr 15 2014, 10:30

Dropbox hits back at anti Condi Rice comments

Promises it will tame wild Rice

Mon Apr 14 2014, 12:45

Twitter is bringing pop-up notifications to the web

But you can switch them off

Fri Apr 11 2014, 11:04

BBC wasted £100m on digital media flop, says government

Well, the government would know

Thu Apr 10 2014, 11:34

DynDNS irks users with shutdown of free service model

Says it's due to abuse of trust

Wed Apr 09 2014, 16:07

Intel culls 1,500 staff as it struggles to win PC market battle

Wants to shift focus to the mobile market

Wed Apr 09 2014, 13:59
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