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Facebook buys fitness-tracking app Moves

The app will keep running (and walking) as a standalone service for now, but marks a significant move for the social network into health data Continue reading...

Apple's iPhone 'lock-out patent could end texting while driving

A new automatic system to preventing phone use while driving could change the culture of texting addiction, say experts Continue reading...

Get email notifications delivered by scented bubbles

A university team has developed a machine that can fire coloured, scented bubbles at users to deliver notifications, adverts or even teach maths Continue reading...

Heartbleed: why did a computer bug have a name and a logo?

David Chartier, CEO of the firm that discovered Heartbleed, explains why it was given a name and a logo Continue reading...

Boot up: Aereo vs Broadcasters, Uber vs New York, Samsung vs Philippines, and more

Plus male privilege, bad moderators, and Apple dealing with subsidies. Continue reading...

Australias internet speeding up, but failing to keep pace with other countries

International internet report shows Australia dropped three places in global speed rankings to 44th Continue reading...

Two UK streets found slowest for broadband in a uSwitch test

Only 15% of UK residents have access to broadband speed of 30Mbps or higher, earning the 'superfast' tag Continue reading...

Google introduces 'time machine' feature in Street View

Street-level mapping now lets users go back in time to see how cities, neighbourhoods and attractions have changed since 2007 Continue reading...

Heartbleed inspires developers to make new version of OpenSSL

A breakaway group of developers are working on LibreSSL, a new version of the flawed OpenSSL security software Continue reading...

Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg on why girls need to do computer science

Facebook's chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg discusses her book Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead Continue reading...

Snowden revelations have been 'good and bad' for business, says Huawei CEO

Chinese networking and handset company says that network security is an increasingly important topic Continue reading...

Beats Studio Wireless review: expensive headphones with lacklustre sound

Latest Beats Bluetooth headphones are all show and no punch, with average sound and limited controls Continue reading...

Man named in Newsweek's bitcoin 'scoop' thanks supporters

Dorian Satoshi Nakamoto appears in YouTube video to rubbish magazine claims he was founder of digital currency Continue reading...

Google Maps Russia claims Crimea for the federation

Recognising local laws, Google's cartographer maps Crimea's 'independence' for Ukrainian users - but not for Russians Continue reading...

Nintendo Game Boy 25 facts for its 25th anniversary

It sold almost 120m units, turned Tetris into a phenomenon and re-invented the concept of handheld gaming. Here are 25 facts about Nintendo's miniature miracle Continue reading...

Lytro Illum camera lets users refocus blurred photos after shooting

Second version of the 'light field' camera looks and feels like a traditional camera, but may make fixed focus a thing of the past Continue reading...

Apple: climate change is real and it's a real problem

Technology company claims 94% of its corporate facilities are now powered by renewable energy Continue reading...

Samsung demands $6m as it attacks Apples FaceTime video calling

Samsung attacks Apple after three weeks of defence in renewed $2bn patent row Continue reading...

One in three Android apps on non-Google stores are malicious, study finds

Research by Opswat suggests as many as a third of apps on unofficial app stores contain malicious code Continue reading...

Boot up: Sony's self-washing robots and Google Maps Game of Thrones

Plus end-to-end Gmail encryption, apps going the way of consoles, Facebook going all out on ads, and more Continue reading...

Why Facebook and Google are buying into drones

The profit motive is behind both firms' investment in unmanned aircraft, whatever terms they might couch it in 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, but just a bit too big

Sony's latest flagship Android phone is an absolute powerhouse with a great camera and screen, though 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...


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