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Kickstarter's biggest hits - why crowdfunding now sets the trends

Artists, filmmakers and technologists can bypass the moneymen to raise millions for their projects, from Spike Lee and Ouya to Veronica Mars and Broken Age Continue reading...

Crucial military satellite systems are vulnerable to hacking, experts say

Researchers have warned that military operations and flight-safety communications are being endangered by software weaknesses Continue reading...

Are there any silent Windows laptops?

Julian has a QuietPC desktop and is now looking for a silent Windows/Office laptop Continue reading...

Sony Xperia Z2 review: a great phone that is just that bit too big

Sony's latest flagship Android phone is an absolute powerhouse with a great camera and screen, but its large size creates a serious tradeoff in usability Continue reading...

Tor may be forced to cut back capacity after Heartbleed bug

The secure service may have to remove vulnerable servers affected by the bug, the network's co-founder warns Continue reading...

German Amazon workers called out on strike again

Workers at distribution centres in Leipzig and Bad Hersfeld have been told to strike by labour union Verdi in long-running pay dispute Continue reading...

Sony struggles to meet demand as PS4 sales surpass 7m

The Japanese electronics firm leads Microsoft in next-generation console war despite restricted supply Continue reading...

Google is building up a digital superstate, says German media boss

Mathias Döpfner, head of Europe's largest newspaper publisher, says internet search engine is abusing market dominance Continue reading...

Law Society urges people to leave instructions for their digital legacy

Solicitors organisation warns that too much valuable, intellectual property is in danger of being lost when we die Continue reading...

Google's first-quarter profits grow slower than expected

As company weathers difficult transition to mobile, earnings per share disappoint analysts and executives hype progress Continue reading...

Facebook removes page of preacher using social media to back jihadists

Musa Cerantonio, the third most 'liked' person by western jihadists in Syria, called for assassination of US politicians Continue reading...

Boot up: Samsung's death question, Android game monetisation, Heartbleed lessons, and more

Plus Project Ara predicted, Office for iPad gets personal, Nokia's mystery tablet, India's mobile population, and more Continue reading...

Sniper Elite 3: Charlie Brooker to cameo between the crosshairs

Anyone aggrieved by the sometime Guardian columnist, rejoice he will appear as a target in Sniper Elite 3 Continue reading...

Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone fingerprint sensor hacked

Researchers show 'spoofing' of fingerprint system, warning lack of 'lock-out' security makes flagship less safe than iPhone (updated) Continue reading...

MtGox faces liquidation after Japanese court rejects bankruptcy protection

The bitcoin exchange has been denied a civil rehabilitation procedure, the Japanese equivalent of bankruptcy Continue reading...

Facebook head Sheryl Sandberg: 'I don't plan on running for political office' - video

The chief operating officer of the multibillion pound social network and author of Lean In and a big Democrat supporter talks to Jemima Kiss. Lean In has been a global publishing phenomenon, selling 1.75 million copies and inspiring the formation of 16,000 "circles" in 72 countries, in which women meet for informal networking and mentoring with their peers Continue reading...

London starts a new property boom - with .london on the web

The new geographical domain for the city makes London one of the first in the world to have its own web suffix Continue reading...

Twitter buys Gnip, one of only four companies with 'firehose' access

The acquisition follows Apple's $200m purchase of Topsy and looks like defensive move to keep analytics in-house Continue reading...

Windows Phone review 8.1 advances, but needs to close 'app gap'

In a bid to catch up with the iPhone and Android, Microsoft has added features that closely resemble what you'll find on its rivals Continue reading...

Googles modular $50 smartphone set for January 2015 release

Project Ara 'Grey Phone' will be a frame, screen, Wi-Fi connection and processor ready for users to customise Continue reading...

Kieron Gillen on a decade of New Games Journalism audio

The influential games critic and comics author looks back over a decade of writing on gaming Continue reading...

BT preparing to fix Heartbleed-affected Home Hubs

BT's consumer router is affected by Heartbleed, but only from within the network, the firm says Continue reading...

Heartbleed: 95% of detection tools 'flawed', claim researchers

Free web tools and not picking up the vulnerability, leaving consumer data exposed Continue reading...

Keep Steve Jobs' personality out of recruitment court case, lawyers argue

'Free-floating character assassination is improper', lawyers argue, before trial that reveals email agreements between top executives at Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe to prevent poaching of staff Continue reading...

MusicQubed aims for forgotten fans priced out by streaming music services

British startup thinks there is room for mid-priced music apps as an alternative to Spotify and iTunes Continue reading...

US Airways and the top five corporate Twitter fails

After US Airways accidentally tweeted an extremely graphic picture, we've rounded up other corporate Twitter fails including #susanalbumparty. Suggest your own in the comments Continue reading...

Yahoo buys more time for turnaround with solid 2014 earnings report

Slight revenue drop offset by 84% rise in income from 2013 Investors and analysts divided about Marissa Mayer's strategy Continue reading...

Boot up: Ara assembles, BMW OLED, NFC not found, LaCie breached and more

Plus BBC provides iPlayer downloads to more Androids, Yahoo in 1998, Haiti gets tablets and more Continue reading...

Motorolas UK boss quits after being given '30-minute notice of Lenovo sale'

The sale of Motorola to Chinese electronics firm Lenovo has forced Andrew Morley to leave after seven years Continue reading...

Heartbleed makes 50m Android phones vulnerable, data shows

Devices running Android 4.1.1 could be exploited by 'reverse Heartbleed' to yield user data - including 4m in US alone Continue reading...


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