Unstructured data is about to get a whole lot more filed.
Business will use its own revenue to bid for ad slots, according to reports
Twitter proposes to double the nonsense per tweet
Chambers joined Cisco in 1991 after leaving ailing Wang Labs
Facebook claims to have millions more 18-24 users in the UK than, err, there actually are
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
But London isn't on the list
Mozilla catches up with Chrome and Microsoft Edge
Peer-to-peer payments comes to Microsoft's popular communications application
Amber Rudd takes campaign for an end to end-to-end encryption to Silicon Valley giants Google and Facebook
"Real people" don't need fully private and encrypted communications, argues home secretary
Ding-dong Adobe Flash is dead
AlphaBay users had flocked to Hansa after it was closed down - not realising it had already been taken over by Dutch police
New standard will enable IoT devices to talk to each other
Just another reason not to use Internet Explorer
HTML5 and 'encrypted media extensions' will spell the end of Adobe Flash and Silverlight. So it's not all bad...
WoSign and StartCom to be punished by Google for not maintaining the 'high standards expected of certificate authorities'
Malwarebytes has observed AdGholas pushing drive-by download attacks using the Astrum EK
Virgin Media is taking on too many customers in some regions
The availability of anti-privacy tools can lead to copycat attacks
Government launches £400m Digital Infrastructure Investment Fund to drive shift to 'full fibre broadband'
Fund intended to unlock £1bn to finance full fibre to the premises roll-out
New client echoes Outlook and Gmail designs
Google still has plenty of other ways to keep an eye on what you're doing online...
The fox is back