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794,000 Kiddicare customer details stolen in data breach
News
10 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

Personal details, including names, addresses and telephone numbers, stolen from test website

Love lives laid bare: are dating sites a magnet for hackers?
Internet dating
In-depth
9 May, 2016
Jane McCallion

With three high profile hacks within one year, are dating sites worth the risk?

Rural areas in the UK may have to request broadband services
News
9 May, 2016
Caroline Preece

The government will not help connect final five per cent of UK to the internet

NHS hit with £180,000 fine for HIV patients data breach
News
9 May, 2016
Jane McCallion

Dean Street sexual health centre leaked the details of nearly 800 patients last September

Equifax 'suffers data breach, losing 431,000 workers' details'
News
9 May, 2016
Jane McCallion

Hackers broke into tax form system, stealing personal data, it is claimed

Will Facebook soon be exempt from the Great Firewall of China?
News
9 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Facebook scores copyright victory against Chinese company

Twitter blocks US intelligence agencies from Dataminr alerts
News
9 May, 2016
Aaron Lee

Social media service has alerted US government of terror attacks before news media

HP ScanJet Pro 2500 f1 review
Reviews
9 May, 2016
Simon Handby

Not as glamorous as the other more famous F1, but this scanner still races ahead

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Two-thirds of UK firms suffered cyber attacks in the last year
News
9 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Most enterprises and SMBs are not aware of cybersecurity schemes, finds study

Vodafone takes on Three with new inclusive roaming bundles
mobile roaming
News
9 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

New or upgrading pay monthly customers will get inclusive calls, texts and internet in 40 European countries

Socitm sets out vision for GOV.UK Verify, Notify and Pay
government
News
9 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

Briefing document explains how the services could be used by local governments

Android Qualcomm flaw lets hackers access your texts, call logs, and browsing histories
News
6 May, 2016
Jane McCallion

Faulty Qualcomm code gives hackers key to your text messages and call history

Google has been reading romance novels to its AI
News
6 May, 2016
Caroline Preece

The company wants to teach its AI engine how to be more conversational

UK manufacturing industry 'must ramp up cyber security'
News
6 May, 2016
Jane McCallion

Research shows organisations' security is failing to keep pace with technology advances

Broadberry CyberServe XE5-R280 review
Reviews
6 May, 2016
Dave Mitchell

Broadberry delivers big Broadwell-EP server power at a small price

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Skype spam malware 'recruits your PC for a botnet'
News
6 May, 2016
Rene Millman

Trojan delivered as Skype message may sign up your computer for botnet, Malwarebytes finds

Facebook fails to throw out photo-tagging privacy lawsuit
News
6 May, 2016
Caroline Preece

Citizens claim Facebook's facial-recognition software violates privacy

World War Web: Are nation state attacks really on the rise?
In-depth
6 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Why the world will one day need nuclear-style 'cyber treaties'

Businesses must pay greater attention to third-party risk
News
6 May, 2016
Jane McCallion

Roles and responsibilities must be agreed on now to avoid blindspots and recriminations

Craig Wright fails to prove he's Bitcoin creator
News
6 May, 2016
Clare Hopping Adam Shepherd

The Australian entrepreneur backed out of a promise to transfer currency using a key only accessible by the founder

Basho open sources its database for the Internet of Things
News
5 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

NoSQL database gives developers better API support

US tech players tell Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to focus on encryption
The White House
News
5 May, 2016
Caroline Preece

Apple, Uber and Facebook's letter to presidential candidates outlines their key issues

Two laptops are lost on the tube every day, says TfL
News
5 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Number of lost devices has shot up by almost 80 per cent since 2010

Siri's creators are set to launch a new app-less AI assistant, Viv
iPhone 7 Siri iOS 9
News
5 May, 2016
Caroline Preece

Dag Kittlaus and Adam Cheyer want to revolutionise how we interact with online services

Asustor AS6204T review
Reviews
5 May, 2016
Dave Mitchell

Asustor launches a cheap Braswell-powered NAS appliance

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BT invests £6 billion to bring UK broadband to 10 million homes
BT
News
5 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Telco pledges direct fibre-to-the-premises connections for two million properties

Now TV picks MongoDB to cope with Game of Thrones streaming traffic
News
5 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

TV provider hopes new database will scale for Walking Dead and GoT traffic spikes

Hacker sells 272 million Google, Yahoo and Hotmail email accounts online
News
5 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

Criminals could hack into the email accounts or send phishing attacks

GDPR gets a deadline: 25 May 2018
News
5 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

EU data protection rules will be enforced in two years' time

‘Ignorant’ NHS trust fined £185,000 for leaking thousands of staff details online
Hospital IT
News
4 May, 2016
Joe Curtis

ICO blasts Blackpool NHS Trust after it publishes workers' data in Excel spreadsheets

HP LaserJet Enterprise M506x review
Reviews
4 May, 2016
Simon Handby

This printer is laser-focussed on saving your business time and money

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Ellen Pao launches diversity group led by women in tech
News
4 May, 2016
Caroline Preece

The non-profit organisation will help early to mid-stage start-ups increase diversity across the board

Google partners with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
News
4 May, 2016
Nicholas Griffen

Google to add 100 Chrysler minivans to fleet of self-driving vehicles

Zuckerberg celebrates lifting of Brazilian WhatsApp ban
News
4 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Suspension overturned by appeals judge after just 24 hours

Facebook gives $10,000 to 10-year-old boy who found Instagram comments bug
Facebook Like sign
News
4 May, 2016
Joe Curtis

Helsinki youngster spots flaw that removes any comment, “even Justin Bieber”

Upcoming SQL Server 2016 will better integrate with Microsoft Azure
News
4 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

Microsoft's new product will also offer improved analytics and business intelligence

Barclays.net still trying to catch up after outage
News
3 May, 2016
Clare Hopping

The business banking website was down most of the bank holiday weekend

EU cuts roaming charges further, dropping price to 4p per MB
News
3 May, 2016
Joe Curtis

EU roaming fees will be scrapped for all member states in 2017

Samsung Galaxy S7 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5
Vs
3 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd Caroline Preece

What's the difference between the import-only Galaxy Note 5 and Samsung's Galaxy S7?

How to increase your Android's battery life
Tutorials
3 May, 2016
Adam Shepherd

Here's how to squeeze some extra juice out of your Android device