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Gamergate: the internet is the toughest game in town if youre playing as a woman

Its a stealth adventure with nowhere to hide and hundreds of respawning enemies waiting to attack you the moment you stand out in any way Continue reading...

Hey, McFly! Hoverboard available on Kickstarter for $10,000

Dreams of sailing through the air on a hoverboard finally realised but only on certain surfacesThe sci-fi inventions that have become reality Continue reading...

Right to be forgotten: who may exercise power, over which kind of information?

Publishers should be the first to be consulted, not search engines, and their evaluation should matter Continue reading...

Giuliani on the Call of Duty lawsuit: 'Noriega does not own history'

The ex-mayor of New York City has told a judge theres no merit in the imprisoned dictators lawsuit against games publisher Activision Continue reading...

Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number 'We're going to do things differently'

We talk to Hotline co-creator Dennis Wedin about the long-awaited sequel to 2012s most brutal and brilliant indie shooter Continue reading...

Yik Yak: the anonymous app taking US college campuses by storm

Its the latest anonymous app after Whisper and Secret but what is it, how does it work, and why are more than 1,000 US colleges active on it? Continue reading...

Chinese state accused of attacking Apple's iCloud

Apples cloud service facing a man in the middle attack in China, with the state implicated Continue reading...

Snapchat messaging app gets its first ad... and it's very creepy

But thats because its a 20-second trailer for horror film Ouija, as company admits we need to make money Continue reading...

Dice gambles on shaking up gig tickets: 'We're getting rid of the friction'

British startups app aims to take tickets out of the hands of touts and put them into the phones of fans Continue reading...

Google says latest search changes will 'visibly affect' piracy site rankings

Promises new crackdown on some of the most notorious sites in effort to win over music and movie rightsholders Continue reading...

Uber fires driver for tweeting disparaging article about company

Driver Christopher Ortizs account deactivated for tweeting negative article about company, but Uber has since U-turned Continue reading...

Shinji Mikami on co-op, Dark Souls and why Suda 51 is like Akira Kurosawa

We chat to the Resident Evil and Evil Within creator about the state of the Japanese games industry and a potential new genre: co-operation panic Continue reading...

How the UK's sluggish visa system could kill the tech startup buzz

The thriving UK tech sector needs talent from overseas. But with a complicated and expensive system, valuable workers are being kept away Continue reading...

How can I organise all my digital photos?

Tom has lots of photos on different devices and he wants to bring them together in one place Continue reading...

Apple's iPad launch was all about dog-whistle computing analysis

Thursdays much expected iPad announcement seemed underwhelming. But underneath, theres a more subtle message Continue reading...

Facebook Safety Check will help tell friends you're safe during disasters

New feature will be a quick way to signify your status and check that friends and family arent in harms way Continue reading...

Most Airbnb rentals in New York City are illegal, says state attorney general

Report comes amid efforts to rein in Airbnbs runaway success in its biggest market, where its proliferation is leading to safety and quality-of-life concerns Continue reading...

Apple unveils iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 in pictures

Live from Cupertino, California via Berlin Germany, Apple reveals two new iPads, and a new iMac with 5K high-resolution screen Continue reading...

Apple announces iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3 and retina iMac - as it happened

Apples executives showed off new iPads with Touch ID fingerprint sensors and Apple Pay - and announced a new iMac with 5K high resolution screen Continue reading...

Apple releases newest version of Mac OS, Yosemite, for download

New operating system released alongside iOS 8.1, restoring the Camera Roll to iOS devices and introducing iCloud DriveiPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 live coverage of the Apple eventApple Pay launches in US Continue reading...

Apple unveils iPad Air and iPad mini with Touch ID fingerprint scanner

New products aim to rejuvenate declining tablet sales and integrate Apples fingerprint-based mobile payments for goods and services onlineiPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 live coverage of the Apple event Continue reading...

Apple launches new iMac desktop with 27in retina display

New all-in-one computer has large high-resolution display marking its first major update since 2011iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 live coverage of the Apple event Apple releases newest version of Mac OS, Yosemite, for download Continue reading...

Apple Pay launches in US

Companys contactless mobile payments service to be integrated with upcoming Apple WatchiPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 live coverage of the Apple event Apple releases newest version of Mac OS, Yosemite, for download Continue reading...

Rembrandt's lessons for the selfie era: why we must learn to look again

The selfie threatens to distract us from what Rembrandt did: looking at ourselves closely, honestly, but compassionately Continue reading...

Lazy coverage of Gamergate is only feeding this abusive campaign

Gamergates self-image of itself as crusaders for ethics isnt supported by its actions, so the media should stop describing it as such Continue reading...

Forget London v Silicon Valley - tech is now international, startups told

Focusing too much on just one city is a recipe for disaster for a young firm, says investor Saul Klein Continue reading...

iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3: what else to expect from Apples iPad event

Apples next-gen iPads with Touch ID fingerprint sensors will be unveiled at 6pm on Thursday, but what else does Apple have up its sleeve? Continue reading...

Duke of York announces youth-focused digital enterprise award winners

Social equality crowdsourcing app among winners of iDEA in scheme that hopes to help 1 million young people develop digital and enterprise skills Continue reading...

After Snapchat and Dropbox, it's time to realise that the modern web is hostile

Third-party logins and hacked or malicious sites mean that even while big services get more secure, wider parts of the web pose more risk. Whats the way forward? Continue reading...

Poodle: introducing another web bug that makes browsing less safe

SSL bug allows attackers to decrypt and steal users data through sites that havent updated their security, Google researchers warn Continue reading...


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