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Microsoft ordered to produce overseas customer email addresses by US judge

Microsoft and others had challenged a criminal search warrant for the emails, in case that drew concern from privacy groups Continue reading...

Is there a Rihanna sex tape? No, it's a malware scam on Facebook

But its not as popular as the fake app pretending to tell you whos been peeking at your profile Continue reading...

How do I set up a media server to share photos with phones and tablets?

Norikos family has a mix of different laptops, phones and tablets and shed like to set up a system to share media around the house Continue reading...

Google facing European antitrust scrutiny of Android device deals

Report claims European commission regulators interested in requirements for preloaded Google services Continue reading...

Esports for all? How to get more women into pro gaming

Esports is a growing phenomenon, attracting millions of fans and offering huge prizes but its almost entirely dominated by male competitors Continue reading...

Tor attack may have revealed user identities, project warns

Researchers claim to have found a way to break Tors anonymity, the service has warned, potentially unmasking those in the dark net Continue reading...

KSI: what I learned from one of YouTubes biggest stars

Comedy Central boss Sam Delaney on why the gamer with more than 700m video views agreed to be roasted for a new show Continue reading...

Bootup: Johnny Dronehunter, Flappy Saver, and the "usie"

Plus Amazon, Tor, and Adblock Plus Continue reading...

Assassin's Creed Unity the most gruesome game trailer ever?

A promotional animation for Ubisofts forthcoming stealth adventure game has had tongues wagging and heads falling off Continue reading...

Twitter: the future's bright - but more like Facebook than ever

Twitters quarterly results were unexpectedly positive, but its plans point to ditching replies and moving to a Facebook-style curated feed Continue reading...

Could EA Access be the Netflix for Fifa fans?

Electronic Arts has announced a new subscription service giving access to a range of recent titles for £3.99 a month Continue reading...

Microsoft facing anti-monopoly investigation in China

The US technology company says it complies with Chinese law after 100 officials visited offices, seizing computers and digital files Continue reading...

How to find out when UK politicians are editing Wikipedia pages

An oversight tool that alerts the public to edits made by staff in parliament is back in service - despite an attempt to block it Continue reading...

Driverless cars get green light for testing on public roads in UK

Vince Cable announces £10m fund for driverless car research and road law changes Continue reading...

Boot up: Uber passengers, hi-tech trollies, LCD stacks and Mars rovers

Plus, Police hijacking piracy ads, testing on the homeless, history of information and surveillance face paint Continue reading...

Do you hear things after playing video games? There's a name for that

Research suggests that players hear sound effects and background music long after switching off their games consoles Continue reading...

Is Meow the new Chatroulette, or is it the new Tinder?

The free chat app, which has taken the iTunes chart by storm, has the potential to be the pen pal scheme for the internet generation Continue reading...

Why does my old iPhone seem to get slower before a new release?

Google Trends shows a spike in searches from people simply for 'iPhone slow' the moment Apple releases its latest model Continue reading...

OKCupid: we experiment on users. Everyone does

Dating services co-founder claims it lied to users to test theory about compatibility Continue reading...

The Last of Us Remastered: is there ever closure for completists?

Sony has released a PlayStation 4 version of last year's critically acclaimed survival adventure. Will this be enough for the game's fans? Continue reading...

Commonwealth Games opening ceremony giant teacake sells for £1,605

Prop was auctioned off on official Glasgow 2014 website, attracting 108 bids in just two days before closing Continue reading...

Microsoft faces monopoly investigation in China

US software company becomes latest foreign firm to go under Beijing's scrutiny following government ban on Windows 8 Continue reading...

Napster exec says labels short-sighted for creating YouTube's music power

But with 2m paying subscribers, competition doesn't make Thorsten Schliesche feel like 'the rabbit in front of the snake' Continue reading...

Disney Infinity: Marvel Super Heroes toying with older fans

With the introduction of Marvel characters, Disney is hoping to broaden the appeal of its 'toys to life' series, but the key changes are in the game's creative mode Continue reading...

Boot up: TaskRabbit, exploding phones, holograms and 3D printing

Plus, Beats EU thumbs up, Bolt v Instagram, temporary fitness trackers and Internet of Things Continue reading...

Google Glass to be used for one-off staging of Puccini's Turandot

'We want to communicate the art of opera hoping that it will engage and interest people who normally dont go to see performances,' says opera company's manager*Google Glass at Glastonbury video*Turandot review 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...


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