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Microsoft Windows XP boxes on the assembly line in 2001

Holland follows UK with costly government Windows XP support deal

Nation could be spending as much as $8m to protect old systems

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RSA ties to NSA PRISM spooks go deeper than first thought

Academics find evidence that state hackers used a flaw in security extension tech to crack encryption protocols faster

Anti-hacker CERT-UK opens for business

Government also launches Cyber Assist programme to help SMBs deal with security threats

Chinese CERT accuses US of carrying out 3.6 million cyber attacks on its systems

US responsible for 30 percent of 2013 PC infections, says defence team

Turkish ISPs are spying on Google customers

Intercept company's public domain name system server data

Government data requests to Google reach new highs

Firm sees 120 percent increase in data requests since 2009

Top US military research department to focus on solving big data riddle

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency moves to solve world's information conundrum

Obama presents plans to end bulk telephone metadata collection

Government to put stricter controls on intelligence agencies

Bletchley Park codebreaker Jerry Roberts dies aged 93

Tributes paid to hero of war who formed part of key code-cracking squad

£10m fund opens to solve broadband rollout challenges in UK's remotest areas

Firms invited to submit ideas for how to use funding

Turkey blocks Twitter but users find workarounds

Latest censorship threat to communications tools amid protests

Government stumps up £19m for graphene research

Research centres hope to develop world-changing innovation with super material

PRISM: Top NSA lawyer claims Google, Yahoo and Facebook knew of spy campaign

Companies knew exactly what data the agency collected

ICO fines Kent Police £100,000 for leaving interview tapes in old offices

Force failed to secure confidential information during headquarters reshuffle

Government plans £42m Alan Turing Institute to lead big data research

Government also unveils funding to find commercial uses for graphene

Budget 2014: Live coverage of key technology announcements

All the key IT and tech announcements from George Osborne as they happen

Student wins 2014 Cyber Security Challenge as UK seeks top IT talent

Teenager beats 41 finalists to the prize in hacker-busting masterclass

Nato websites overwhelmed by Ukrainian hacktivists' DDoS attack

Group of hackers claim responsibility for high-profile attack

PRISM: IBM insists customer data remains safe despite NSA snooping concerns

Firm also takes a swipe at European data protection policy

Web@25: Top 10 ways the web changed the world

From shopping to socialising, how Sir Tim Berners-Lee's invention has altered our lives forever

PRISM: GCHQ helped NSA infect computers via bogus Facebook server

Snoops collected data from millions of machines using 'ground-breaking surveillance technology'

European MPs back draft data protection laws but plans could end up on the scrapheap

Draft laws are a dead duck, claims lawyer, as Viviane Reding's plans for new data laws may still fall flat

Probe into 4G auction finds UK may have been short changed

National Audit Office report unable to decide if auctions delivered best possible value for UK

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