» Recovering stolen bitcoin: a digital wild goose chase
09/12/13 15:29 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
How the biggest heist in bitcoin history turned farcical. By Alex Hern Alex Hern
» NSA surveillance: tech companies demand sweeping changes to US laws
09/12/13 14:52 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Apple, Google and Microsoft among companies to call for reforms to restore the public's trust in the internet Dan Roberts Jemima Kiss
» Metal 3D printing and six key shifts in the 'second industrial revolution'
09/12/13 14:20 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
From a 3D printer that you can build from stuff laying around the house to 3D printing steel, food or plastic in the home. By Samuel Gibbs Samuel Gibbs
» 20 best iPhone and iPad apps and games this week
09/12/13 14:17 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Hopster, Heyday, Band Stars, Space Hulk, Ember, The Wolf Among Us, Portable North Pole and more. By Stuart Dredge Stuart Dredge
» 20 best Android apps this week
09/12/13 12:37 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Sky Go Tablet, Quip, Heroes of Dragon Age, Cal, Assassin's Creed Pirates, Stevie, Dr. Newton and more Stuart Dredge
» Win tickets to the Bafta Games Question Time event
09/12/13 12:35 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Guardian games editor Keith Stuart will be chairing a panel discussion at Bafta on 11 December, featuring indie star Mike Bithell and Sony's indie developer guru, Shahid Ahmad. We have 20 tickets to give away Keith Stuart
» Codecademy: Hour of Code app teaches programming skills to iPhone owners
09/12/13 09:54 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
App promises "quick, fun exercises on the go" to help people learn to code on their smartphone. By Stuart Dredge Stuart Dredge
» Tech firms seek surveillance reform
09/12/13 08:59 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Eight leading technology firms including Google and Facebook call for "wide-scale changes" to US government surveillance.
» Boot up: iOS 7 UX critique, Marissa Mayer profiled, Bitcoin mining?, and more
09/12/13 07:30 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Plus Demand Media' woes, the organisation still using floppy disks, App Store passes a million apps in US, and more A burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology team UX Critique >> Tumblr User interface/experienc...
» US Supreme Court to decide limits of software patenting
09/12/13 07:20 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Technology companies could see lawsuits and valuations affected by key decision as Supreme Court examines whether and how far mathematical formulae can be protected by patent law. By Charles Arthur and agencies Charles Arthur
» Eight tech giants have sided with citizens over spies, but it's not enough
09/12/13 05:03 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Jeff Jarvis: In an extremely significant move, tech giants have written an open letter to the White House seeking surveillance reform. This should be the welcome beginning of a bigger debate Jeff Jarvis
» Lift-off for £1bn UK space project
09/12/13 04:54 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
The London-based Inmarsat company launches the first spacecraft in a new £1bn global telecommunications network.
» Is piracy possible on any object?
09/12/13 00:25 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Protecting ideas in a world of 3D printing
» Aldi launches £80 tablet to rival Tesco's Hudl
08/12/13 08:00 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
The budget supermarket is the latest to launch a low-cost Android tablet taking on Amazon, Google and Tesco with Lifetab launch. By Samuel Gibbs Samuel Gibbs
» Apple, coffee and techno: Jonathan Ive's recipe for success
08/12/13 00:05 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
A biography of the iPhone and iMac's British designer sheds new light on technology's most-watched design team It is cluttered with bikes, skateboards and designers' models, but the ideas factory that sits at the symbolic heart of Apple'...
» Want your startup to be a winner? Get an incubator
08/12/13 00:04 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Thanks to startup specialists such as Y Combinator, it's now easy to turn an idea into a big company One of my favourite books is John Kenneth Galbraith's The Great Crash, 1929, which, with Keynes's The Economic Consequences of the Peace...
» Jobseekers' site spammed with CVs by activists
07/12/13 07:00 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Jobseekers can bypass the unpopular Universal Jobmatch site with a browser plugin that automatically sends their email to multiple advertisers. Cyber civil disobedience is here. By Alex Hern Alex Hern
» The headphones revolution: bright colours and street style spark new craze
06/12/13 19:03 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Twenty years ago the most important thing for a teenager was their trainers. Now it's the brand covering their ears that matters Anyone considering buying headphones for a young relative this Christmas, take care before splashing out the...
» Samsung reattempts botched update
06/12/13 18:10 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Samsung has started again to roll out an update to its Galaxy S3 smartphone, weeks after a botched attempt angered users.
» Raymond Briggs' The Snowman helps curb childrens' mobile gaming habit
06/12/13 17:17 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Channel 4's app is the first mobile game to limit how much kids can spend - good news for relieved parents. By Stuart Dredge Stuart Dredge