» Deliveroo to add 300 UK tech jobs in new London office
18/01/17 02:52 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
The food delivery firm will hire a third more staff when it opens its new London HQ in summer 2017.
» Qualcomm sued in US over claims of unfair phone chip patent deals
18/01/17 02:21 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
The firm is accused by US antitrust regulator of unfair practices in the way it licenses technology.
» Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg testifies in Oculus Rift lawsuit
17/01/17 18:23 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Speaking for the company, which is accused of stealing code from Id Software, Zuckerberg said: ‘It’s common that people claim they own some part of the deal’ Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, appeared in court to testify on be...
» Ambulances to jam car radios in Sweden
17/01/17 16:33 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Ambulances in Stockholm are to test a system that stops radio in cars to tell drivers that an emergency vehicle is approaching.
» Porn videos streamed 'via YouTube loophole'
17/01/17 15:33 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Adult video websites appear to be exploiting a YouTube loophole to host explicit material on the platform.
» Putin says those behind Trump dossier are 'worse than prostitutes'
17/01/17 14:58 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Russian president dismisses alleged links between US president-elect and Moscow and says sex claims are ‘obvious fake’ Vladimir Putin has dismissed the dossier published last week about alleged links between Moscow and Donald Trump, desc...
» Squirrel 'threat' to critical infrastructure
17/01/17 12:57 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
It's squirrels, not cyber-attacks, that pose the real threat to critical infrastructure systems, says one security expert.
» Governments struggling to retain trust of citizens, global survey finds
17/01/17 11:04 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Survey spanning 40 countries reveals how officials are failing to keep up with changes in way voters gather information and form opinions Weakened and distrusted central governments around the world have been incapable of responding to t...
» Apple App Store prices rise in UK, India and Turkey
17/01/17 10:46 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Apple is raising the prices it charges for apps so that a program that costs $0.99 in the US will cost 99p in the UK.
» Apple increases App Store prices by 25% following Brexit vote
17/01/17 10:31 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Price rises for iOS and Mac users announced in an email to developers, following a 19% fall in the value of the pound Apple is raising prices on its UK App Store by almost 25% to reflect the sharp depreciation of the pound following June...
» Google Play and iOS apps demand surges in India and China
17/01/17 08:01 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
India set a new record for Google Play downloads in 2016, while demand for iOS software soared in China, a study says.
» Daz Black, Ben Phillips and Tish Simmonds pay tribute as Vine closes
17/01/17 05:20 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
The six-second clip-sharing service is shutting down but it's still not clear exactly why.
» Radar sensor for the home which can 'see' through walls
17/01/17 00:18 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
The radar imaging system is capable of detecting movement and "seeing" through walls.
» Voice trouble
17/01/17 00:14 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Our voices can activate gadgets and authenticate ourselves to banks. But can they tell if we're ill?
» Giving rights to robots is a dangerous idea | Letters
16/01/17 18:46 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
The EU’s legal affairs committee is walking blindfold into a swamp if it thinks that “electronic personhood” will protect society from developments in AI ( Give robots ‘personhood’, say EU committee , 13 January). The analogy with corpor...
» WhatsApp vulnerability explained: by the man who discovered it | Tobias Boelter
16/01/17 17:51 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Facebook denies it is deliberate loophole but Tobias Boelter sets out what the vulnerability is and why it matters There was an outcry when the Guardian published my information regarding a vulnerability within WhatsApp’s implementation ...
» Tesla allows self-driving cars to break speed limit, again
16/01/17 16:12 from Guardian Unlimited Technology
Drivers of the electronic cars will again be able to set the self-driving features to break the speed limit, even on undivided roads Tesla owners will be able to ask the robot that drives their car to break the speed limit, again, follow...
» Alopecia patient calls for bald emoji to help represent hair loss
16/01/17 15:12 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
A woman with alopecia launches a petition calling for a bald emoji to help represent people with hair loss.
» Battery with inbuilt 'fire extinguisher' developed
16/01/17 14:07 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Flames from an exploding battery were put out in less than half a second during tests.
» Silicon Valley awaits Donald Trump's presidency
16/01/17 14:01 from BBC News | Technology | UK Edition
Silicon Valley is anxiously waiting to see how it will be affected by Donald Trump's presidency.