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Website updated for customers to verify wallets.
Wonder wants to be 'Whole Foods' of online video.
Moving off XP a bigger problem than Millennium Bug.
Firefox most common target of participants in this year's competition.
April deadline looms large but 95 per cent of all ATMs still run the ancient OS.
ICO investigating data practices during email migration.
A great piece of hardware limited by the Windows RT operating system.
It's a terrible business and the margins suck, according to Jobs.
Will Shackleton beat 41 other competitors to win the two-day cyber attack challenge
Hacking linked to Crimea unrest.
Web company could go public this year.
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Citizen scientists help cut time taken on cancer research from six months to one.
Some government surveillance is best kept secret says Microsoft founder.
Desktop app could be released in spring 2014.
Sick message could plant virus on computer instead
Microsoft’s Personal Office 365 plan will be available on an annual or monthly subscription
Tech partners claim rival SK Hynix stole product information.
Zuckerberg claims companies expect to be fighting criminals "not our own government".
Nine tech business leaders appointed as London Tech Ambassadors.
Watchdog's report concludes 4G auction was fair and competitive, but the jury's still out on its efficiency.
What are businesses making of an invention many CIOs dismissed as a gimmick?
Inventor of the World Wide Web answers questions on the 25th anniversary.
Vulnerability allows for remote read/write capabilities.
Ofcom’s European Broadband Scorecard study shows the UK leads the way.
Kaspersky Lab claims 400,000 Russian and European computers have been infected.
Criminal networks used to install software on PCs.
Long-awaited reforms to European data protection legislation move one step closer.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has welcomed the smart technology programme, which aims to ease congestion and increase road
Business lobby outlines proposals to get more people to pursue STEM careers.
The web has changed everything from the way we shop to how we communicate.
World Wide Web founder wants human rights to be applied.
Motorbike crash victim receives pioneering treatment to fix facial damage.
162,000 legitimate Wordpress sites performed the attacks using pingbacks and trackbacks.
As the world wide web celebrates its birthday, Simon takes stock of what's happened so far, and the big tests ahead
Social network service Twitter blames software glitch for second crash in nine days.
Derivatives regulator looks at whether electronic currencies such as bitcoin need to be regulated.
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