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Google and Apple report jump in requests for user data

US government requests to Google for individuals' data reached a six-year high in the first half of 2017, the company…

Nissan's sweat-sensing car seat signals dehydration

Nissan has shown off a prototype sweat-sensing car seat which it says could help prevent road accidents.

Facebook set to hand over Russia-bought ads

Facebook will give copies of more than 3,000 adverts it says were bought in Russia around the time of the…

What happened in the city that banned Uber

Uber's new chief executive Dara Khosrowshahi will be in the UK on Tuesday for a meeting with Transport for London…

Apple Macs and PCs at risk from boot bug

Apple Mac computers are being exposed to security risks because core software is outdated, research suggests.

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Alert over booby-trapped security software

A security company has issued a warning after its software was compromised by malicious hackers.

How to pick between the iPhone X and iPhone 8

Apple introduced three brand new iPhones on September 12th. Three! They include the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, which have…

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…