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Kaspersky: Russia responds to US ban on software

A US government decision to stop using security software from Kaspersky Lab is "regrettable" said the Kremlin.

Apple 'explains Face ID on-stage failure'

Apple has reportedly explained why its new facial recognition feature failed to unlock a handset at an on-stage demo at…

Destiny 2 apology for 'Nazi-inspired' Kekistan flag

Destiny 2's developer has apologised after featuring armour in the video game that resembles a flag associated with the alt-right…

Apple iPhone X: The internet reacts

When Apple chief Tim Cook declared the iPhone X "the biggest leap forward since the first iPhone" at his latest…

iPhone X: 10 key moments leading up to the new handset

Apple's 10th anniversary iPhone launch is expected to be the biggest single upgrade the handset has seen since its launch.

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When Apple chief Tim Cook declared the iPhone X "the…
YouTube has reinstated thousands of videos documenting violence in Syria…
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Massive Equifax data breach hits 143 million

About 143 million US customers of credit report giant Equifax may have had information compromised in a cyber security breach,…

Tech Tent: Facts, faces and the Nissan Leaf

Has this week seen the arrival of the car which heralds the dawn of the electric era? Is facial recognition…

Amazon kicks off competition for new HQ

Amazon says it wants to build a massive second headquarters in North America, sparking immediate competition from rival cities to…

About 143 million people hit by massive Equifax data breach

About 143 million US customers of credit report giant Equifax may have had information compromised in a cyber security breach,…

UK universities targeted by cyber-thieves

British universities are being hit by hundreds of successful cyber-attacks every year, reports the Times.