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Italy gives Google 18 months to comply with European privacy regulations

The country's data watchdog requires Google to ask permission before creating a profile on users Continue reading...

Amazon at 20: billions, bestsellers and legal battles

It's 20 years since an ambitious entrepreneur named Jeff Bezos registered the company that would become Amazon. How did it get so big so fast? Continue reading...

Yahoo buys mobile analytics firm Flurry

In the face of strong competition from Google and Facebook, Yahoo has bought analytics firm to support its advertising business Continue reading...

Loom bands: 10 digital ways to catch up with your kids crafting skills

Websites, YouTube videos and apps are providing tutorials for parents to keep pace with 2014's tween craze Continue reading...

Facebook launches bookmarking feature 'Save'

Facebook has launched a new tool to allow users to easily revisit posts, links, music and books content Continue reading...

Facebook closes its $2bn Oculus Rift acquisition. What next?

Social network completes deal announced in March, so what does the future hold for its virtual reality division? Continue reading...

Patent application reveals Apples iTime smartwatch

Appls' new smartwatch design could be a detachable device that plugs into an electronic wristband, details patent designs reveal Continue reading...

Researchers: Lawyers blocked our Black hat demo on de-anonymising Tor

Shelved Black Hat presentation would have explained why you don't have to be the NSA to break Tor Continue reading...

Instruction manuals: redundant, or worth reviving?

Apple has introduced a new tips app to teach new users how to master iPhones and iPads, so is this a sign that instruction manuals are set to return? Continue reading...

Stripe steps up PayPal rivalry with Australian launch

Payments platform Stripe makes Australia its fifth international launch Continue reading...

iPhone 6 launch to break Apple records, say reports

The company has ordered 80m handsets for the launch of the new iPhone this year, according a leak from the supply chain Continue reading...

Which is the best 10in Android tablet for my game-playing son?

Dominic's 11-year-old son has been using a 7in Zoostorm Android tablet, but he's saving up for a bigger, better model Continue reading...

Twitter trend based on The Purge films exposes horror of revenge porn

A Twitter hashtag based on the film The Purge: Anarchy has become another example of revenge porn, with users posting explicit pictures of ex partners Continue reading...

iPhone 6 screen could be sapphire-glass blend, says expert

Bigger iPhone screen could be made more scratch resistant by blending glass with sapphire, patents indicate Continue reading...

If you see this woman's knickers in your Facebook feed, don't click the link

Bitdefender warns of new Albanian malware that can take over web browsers and steal personal data Continue reading...

Snowden implores hackers to focus on protecting users' rights

The NSA whistleblower has criticised the focus on encryption as being a good start, but not going far enough in helping users Continue reading...

Twitter takes on WhatsApp with direct message chat upgrade

The social network is attempting to attract more users to its private messaging functions as it steps up the war with Facebooks chat app Continue reading...

Gang Beasts probably the funniest fighting game ever made

Developed by three brothers obsessed with 1980s arcade games, Gang Beasts is a beat-'em-up that mixes animal suits and physics to ridiculous effect Continue reading...

Silicon Valley to host North Korea 'hackathon'

Two-day event organised by Human Rights Foundation aims to find new ways to spread information inside North Korea. North Korea Tech reports Continue reading...

Wanted: hackers to help the EFF make Wi-Fi routers more secure

Digital rights organisation launches Open Wireless Router software and encourages developers to test, develop and improve it Continue reading...

New York proposes licence for Bitcoin trading

Under the new regulation, firms would be required to store information about customers if they want to trade in Bitcoin Continue reading...

Personal data removed from Irish Genealogy site over security fears

Irish Data Protection commissioner orders closure of civil records search over fears that it exposes too much information Continue reading...

Apple bags Pharrell Williams, Kylie and Maroon 5 for iTunes Festival 2014

Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Beck, Blondie and Sam Smith also confirmed for month-long series of concerts Continue reading...

The rise of data and the death of politics

Tech pioneers in the US are advocating a new data-based approach to governance 'algorithmic regulation'. But if technology provides the answers to society's problems, what happens to governments? Continue reading...

Edward Snowden: easy-to-use technologies can subvert surveillance

Former US spy agency contractor encourages hacking conference to back new technologies to thwart spying Continue reading...

Open Rights Group attempts to block Drip legislation in court

Pressure group launches campaign to stop evasive and duplicitous government bill going through the courts Continue reading...

Farming Simulator 14 review one for virtual mucking out devotees

PS Vita, Focus Interactive, cert: 3 Continue reading...

Kindle Unlimited: it's the end of losing yourself in a good book

Amazon's leaked 'Netflix for books' plan will alarm publishers and doom old-fashioned anonymous reading Continue reading...

Apple lets parents down over in-app purchases, says EU

Apple hits back at claim it has offered 'no concrete and immediate solutions' to problem of unauthorised spending Continue reading...

Will Drip law make UK citizens' data more attractive to hackers?

Cybercrime experts disagree over whether new surveillance law will create new 'soft targets' for cyber-criminals Continue reading...


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