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The internet of things - the next big challenge to our privacy

Privacy is a hot-button issue in the tech world. How will it fare in the age of pervasive computing a world of billions of connected devices, systems, and services exchanging personal data? Continue reading...

Are Uber's passenger ratings big data for good or discrimination 2.0?

A coder temporarily brought Uber's passenger ratings into the light, sparking debate over the concept of rating customers Continue reading...

Apple to acquire Swell radio and podcast app for $30m - report

App centred on personalised talk radio to be shut down and added to Apples music line-up Continue reading...

Google calls for guinea pigs for ambitious 'Baseline' health study

Study with Duke and Stanford Universities aims to revolutionise treatment of disease through the study of healthy people Continue reading...

Firefly, Halo Nightfall and other video game announcements from Comic-Con

It's not just about super hero movie heroes and people dressed as Daenerys this weekend's Comic-Con also had some interesting new game teasers Continue reading...

Reddit redoubles attempts to appeal to advertisers

A new head of business strategy and a focus on native ads mark Reddit's new focus on money Continue reading...

Amazon planning credit card reader to compete with PayPal report

Leaked documents indicate e-commerce giant expanding payments arm with mobile payments Continue reading...

Quiz: What type of Facebook user are you?

You spend far too much time on there, but what on earth do you actually do? Take our handy quiz to find out Continue reading...

Boot up: Bose v Beats, SpaceX v US Military, and Criminals v Facebook

Also featuring a self-driving car, an Apple acquisition, and new Motorola/Google device Continue reading...

New ransomware employs Tor to stay hidden from security

Known as 'Onion', a new malware strain uses the darknet to encrypt user data and then demands payment for decryption Continue reading...

US Congress banned from editing Wikipedia after staff caught trolling

Recent edits accuse Donald Rumsfeld of being an alien lizard and Cuba of faking the moon landings Continue reading...

Amazon's comixology introduces DRM-free downloads

Notably absent are Marvel and DC, though users can download files from Friday, including The Walking Dead, The Darkness and Sex Criminals Continue reading...

Vibrating smartshoes put Google Maps at your feet

The creator of the Lechal smartshoes says we may leave the house without a smartwatch, but we'll never leave the house without shoes Continue reading...

Chubby Checker and Hewlett-Packard settle penis measurement app lawsuit

Rock'n'roll singer famous for The Twist had been seeking half a billion dollars over the penis-measuring app Continue reading...

Kim Dotcom: 'The Internet party will abolish mass surveillance'

Tech tycoon believes politicians need to work harder to engage the youth vote, and says 'internet is the biggest gift of mankind' Continue reading...

Man Booker longlist: which book would make the best video game?

The famed literary prize has announced its list of 2014 contenders but will any of these challenging works be on PlayStation 4 next year? Continue reading...

Can Vysk's QS1 smartphone case really make handsets unhackable?

Technology startup claims $230 accessory will provide 'the most secure form of communication in the world' Continue reading...

Sigourney Weaver on Alien: Isolation 'It's going to be wild'

The new Alien video game includes bonus missions based around the original cast, with Weaver reprising her role as Ellen Ripley to emotional effect Continue reading...

Hackers exploiting Internet Explorer to expose security flaws on a huge scale

Exploits can expose software and security systems, researchers warn, helping hackers attack remote machines undetected Continue reading...

Boot up: Instagram goes after Snapchat, Airbnb tenants, mobile Pirates

Plus, Sony coughs up, old media attracts new, Twitter's disparity and leaked Xperia Z3 Continue reading...

New broadband customers reject parental controls, figures show

The vast majority of new customers to the UK's four biggest internet providers have ignored content filters on their broadband connections Continue reading...

Is it a phone? Is it a drone? No, it's a flone!

A team of inventors have produced Flone a simple H-frame for smartphones, bringing drone technology to the masses Continue reading...

How the Kickstarter model could transform UK elections

Voting is in decline and politics is an arrogant, complacent industry. A threshold-style action system could change everything Continue reading...

Nokia Lumia 930 review: the best Windows Phone yet

Microsoft's latest smartphone is catching up to the iPhone and Android with a great camera, design and wireless charging Continue reading...

Facebook earnings beat expectations as ad revenues soar

Mark Zuckerberg says 'our community has continued to grow' as revenue for the quarter ending June 30 totalled $2.91bn Continue reading...

Hack attack on European Central Bank jeopardises personal information

The bank was the victim of a hacking attack which compromised some unencrypted data, including email and street addresses Continue reading...

Police arrest suspects in StubHub ticket site fraud investigation

Cybercrime ring in US, UK, Russia and Canada hacked into accounts held by more than 1,600 of the eBay site's users 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...


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