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What is it like for a small business when your website gets hacked?

60% of British small businesses experienced a cyber security breach in 2013, and the after-effects can linger Continue reading...

Boot up: Kreyos questions, Samsung v US, hacking Facebook

Plus HP's Android laptop, app SSL weaknesses, who's Mark Gurman?, solar glass and more Continue reading...

Google lobbies to test self-driving cars in Matrix-style virtual world

Tech giant seeks to overturn California regulatory requirement that autonomous vehicles must be certified on real-world roads Continue reading...

Bad news, BlackBerry: UK user base will fall below that of Windows Phone this year

Forecast from eMarketer says that dwindling BlackBerry users will be outnumbers by those with Microsofts Windows Phone though Android and iPhone will extend lead into 2015 Continue reading...

Islamic State moves to other social networks after Twitter clampdown

Diaspora, the open-source social network, struggles to stop Isis accounts spreading propaganda after the murder of James Foley Continue reading...

Looking for Swing Copters on Google Play? Scroll past the 62 clones first

Hundreds of ripoffs of Dong Nguyens new game appear within hours of announcement and days before it was available for download Continue reading...

How much difference is there between MP3, CD and 24-bit audio?

Debates rage over whether hi-res music is a gimmick. Three Guardian writers put four music formats and their ears to the test*Neil Youngs Pono produces sound quality that is wasted on human hearing Continue reading...

Star Wars meets Clash of Clans in free-to-play Star Wars: Commander game

Disney and Lucasfilm team up for new mobile game enabling players to pick their side in the Galactic Civil War Continue reading...

David Cameron: I can manage the country on my BlackBerry

UK prime minister confesses reliance on BlackBerry smartphone for remotely running the government while on holiday Continue reading...

Tor can handle Aphex Twin but could it deal with Taylor Swift, like, ever?

The anonymous browser is making a push for mainstream acceptability. But to hit the mainstream scale, it may need help Continue reading...

SoundCloud introduces ads so it can pay musicians and other creators

Initiative is starting small, but with plans to make 175 million listeners pay off for individual artists and major labels alike Continue reading...

Boot up: Slack coffee, Tizen dead?, Apple's odd PC dominance

Plus McAfee's mobile paranoia, Google's changes in search, Android updates compared, and more Continue reading...

Apple share price: why is at a record high?

Excitement about an iWatch is partly responsible, but the iPhone is at the heart of why the company is outperforming Google Continue reading...

Vine allows users to upload videos made with other apps

Twitters video sharing service has expanded the options to users, letting them upload from the camera roll for the first time Continue reading...

James Foley: How social media is fighting back against Isis propaganda

In the wake of the journalists death, social media companies begin to take an editorial approach to the content they are hosting*Outrage over Isis beheading of US journalist James Foley live updates Continue reading...

Twitter: it's official, get used to tweets from people you don't follow

Company updates support page to say that it may add content from all sorts of sources on Twitter - but changes are unpopular Continue reading...

Google working on child-friendly sites report

Firm said to be developing versions of YouTube and Gmail to which it could let children under 13 sign up Continue reading...

Boot up: Google's AdSense clawback, HTC's Windows M8, data carpentry

Plus should you boycott Chrome?, wearables ready to take off (or be taken off?), Windows Store woes, and more Continue reading...

Why did an offensive Greggs logo show up in Google's web search?

An alternative logo cropped up when you searched for Greggs on Tuesday. But why does this happen? Continue reading...

Facebook Messenger downloaded more than 500m times on Android

Despite user backlash, Facebook Messenger joins the list of apps that have been downloaded more than 500m times Continue reading...

Ask.fm's new owners vow to crack down on bullying or shut the site

The Q&A site connected with seven teenagers suicides has been bought by Ask.com, who has sworn to crack down on abuse of the platform Continue reading...

YouTube Music Key: Googles ad-free music service

The subscription service will offer concert footage and remixes in addition to the official discographies of artists, according to reports Continue reading...

Assassin's Creed Unity hands-on stealthy thrills in pre-Revolution Paris

The latest title in Ubisofts time-spanning assassination series feels like the most intuitive gateway into the series for newbies Continue reading...

Flappy Bird creator Dong Nguyen returns with Swing Copters game

Due for release this week, new game opts for vertical scrolling over horizontal, but keeps the punishing difficulty level Continue reading...

Groupon revamps UK deals site in bid to become retail marketplace

Company expands offer range to encourage customers to browse site, rather than simply respond to daily deal emails Continue reading...

Google buys neural network city guide creator Jetpac

Artificial intelligence-based method of creating guides to cities using public photos appealed to Googles drive for building smart systems Continue reading...

Boot up: meeting Eliza, XRaying online ads, open source neural nets

Plus why Windows 8 is like a joke, Microsoft v Samsung start talking on phone patents, convertible PC figures, and more Continue reading...

Minecraft Lego sets The Cave and The Farm revealed

It looks like Lego is lining up a new batch of larger-scale Minecraft sets, complete with Creeper minifigs and giant spiders Continue reading...

Anger on Twitter as new feature posts favourites to followers' timelines

Hundreds of users complain as favourited tweets suddenly appear in their followers timelines like retweets Continue reading...

Reddit, Imgur and Twitch team up as 'Derp' for social data research

The alliance will offer data to universities, offering academics access to information to promote cross-platform study Continue reading...


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