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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

Twitter mimics Facebook with profile redesign

Rolling out to users from today

Tue Apr 08 2014, 13:27

Microsoft Xbox challenges Netflix with an interactive robot show

Tie up with Channel 4 to take on the streamers

Mon Apr 07 2014, 14:46

Qualcomm set to boost public WiFi speeds with 802.11ac and MU-MIMO

Will offer two to three times more network capacity

Mon Apr 07 2014, 11:53

Vine launches private video and text messaging

Winkles are coming

Fri Apr 04 2014, 13:12

Yahoo promises end to end email encryption to protect from NSA snooping

Encrypting all the things

Thu Apr 03 2014, 15:53

Twitter buys a third TV analytics firm

#investinginwatchingandtweeting

Wed Apr 02 2014, 16:28

Microsoft phone scammer gets softly spanked

Cold calling con man cashed out

Tue Apr 01 2014, 13:22

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

Edward Snowden briefs Europe on PRISM and data security

There's still time to change everything and save privacy

Tue Apr 08 2014, 16:37

Qualcomm will lead smartphone and tablet growth to $37bn by 2018

Thanks to 4G and 64-bit chips, analysts claim

Tue Apr 08 2014, 11:52

Twitter takes Android lock screen startup Cover under its wing

Looks to rival Facebook Home

Tue Apr 08 2014, 10:08

Microsoft security to automatically block adware on 1 July

Changed its criteria to 'give users more control' over security

Mon Apr 07 2014, 14:18

Hackers hijack DCMS Twitter to slam government stance on expenses

MP Maria Miller mugged

Mon Apr 07 2014, 10:32

Turkey drops Twitter takedown following court order

Let a thousand tweets bloom

Fri Apr 04 2014, 09:59

European Parliament backs Net Neutrality

Shows the US how it is done

Thu Apr 03 2014, 13:20

FCC votes to free up spectrum for faster WiFi

Industry groups praise the decision

Tue Apr 01 2014, 15:48

Intel rallies vendors in 100G CLR4 Alliance to make optical fibre a data centre standard

To drive down costs and space usage

Tue Apr 01 2014, 13:00

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

Microsoft's Nokia buyout gets thumbs up from China

Deal is on track to close later this month

Tue Apr 08 2014, 14:57

European Council of Justice rules data retention directive is invalid

Security concerns do not trump the rights of 500 million citizens

Tue Apr 08 2014, 11:28

Edward Snowden to testify on PRISM in Europe today

Live video link to discuss snooping

Tue Apr 08 2014, 09:36

Amazon waves its Dash wand at the home

Dangling the Dash dongle

Mon Apr 07 2014, 12:25

Five year old schools Microsoft on Xbox security

Credited and commended by Redmond

Fri Apr 04 2014, 16:05

Intel launches Internet of Things gateway platform based on Quark and Atom chips

Partners taking advantage of the gateway will be introducing products this quarter

Thu Apr 03 2014, 16:17

Kickstarter pulled in $112m in three months

$1,244,868 pledged a day

Thu Apr 03 2014, 11:37

NSA had deeper hooks in RSA than first thought

Back doors, man

Tue Apr 01 2014, 14:23
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