Theresa May always the keenest cabinet voice in favour of draconian online censorship, surveillance and controls
'We'll keep fighting to fight to keep the web free and open,' claim EFF
Chambers joined Cisco in 1991 after leaving ailing Wang Labs
Can't afford the iPhone X? Try the 'cheaper' iPhone 8 instead...
A lot of smartphone for a lot of money
Tesla's Autopilot played 'major role' in fatal 2016 crash, says US National Transportation Safety Board
National Transportation Safety Board points finger of blame at Tesla for 'operational limitations' in its self-driving system
NHS single-handedly keeping the pager industry going in the UK
Google plan to repeat success of Motorola acquisition with HTC smartphone purchase
Facebook claims to have millions more 18-24 users in the UK than, err, there actually are
But Vodafone hits out at Three claiming it will 'unnecessarily delay' the auction
Highly regarded company plans to focus on its excellent broadband business
Reddit claims move is part of a growing up process for the popular website
Website agrees to shut down and pay an undisclosed sum to record companies in settlement
CVs and job applications for 'top secret' US military roles found lying around on AWS server
But London isn't on the list
New launch helps customers to mix, match, and resell business services in the cloud.
Security researchers were able to download stash due to faulty server configuration
Enforcement of real-name rules intended to crack down on 'insulting slander' and 'other illegal information'
CIA implanted backdoors in software updates in order to spy on allies, suggests new Wikileaks Vault 7 disclosures
Latest Wikileaks Vault 7 disclosures bring fresh embarrassment to US intelligence agencies
Dotcom's lawyer calls for extradition case to be dismissed after court rules New Zealand's GCSB illegally spied on Megaupload
Kim Dotcom claims the GCSB wasn't the only spy agency out to get him
Government wants to avoid localisation of the internet, to keep data free
Beta testers complain that Bluetooth on Android Oreo is even worse than usual
Are British buyers becoming underwhelmed by expensive smartphones that are all pretty much the same?
Leaks in the run-up to Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launch pretty much gave it all away