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open Tech sector unites in attempt to avoid Oz's anti-crypto push, again 26
open Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg can't remember smear firm, but 'some of their work' crossed her desk 23
open Comparison sites cry foul over Google Shopping service 17
open Peers to HMRC: Digital tax reforms 3 days after Brexit? Hold your horses, how 'bout 3 years... 78
open Analogue radio is the tech that just won't die 107
By Pat Att
open Reverse Ferret! Forget what we told you – the iPad isn't really for work 102
open Black Friday? Yes, tech vendors might be feeling a bit glum looking at numbers for the UK 82
open Net neutrality is heading to the courts (again): So will the current rules stand or be overturned (again)? 18
By DougS
open 1,700 lucky Brit kids to visit Apple Stores for 'Year of Engineering' 88
open Facebook to appeal against ICO fine – says it's a matter of principle not to pay 18 mins' profit 33
By holmegm
open Merry Christmas, you filthy directors: ICO granted powers to fine bosses for spam calls 47
open Joe Public wants NHS to spend its cash on cancer, mental health, not digital services 43
By HmmmYes
open Capita, Serco, Sopra Steria to write cheat-sheets for UK.gov in case they collapse 21
open Health secretary Matt Hancock assembles brains trust: OK, guys. Let's cure NHS IT 32
By nemo183
open China examines antitrust probe thrust into Samsung, SK Hynix and Micron: Claims to see 'massive evidence' 8
open Microsoft Surface kicks dust in face of Apple iPad Pro in Q3 21
By keith_w
open Dell melts in face of investor dissent, ups offer for Class V stock 3
open Brexit: UK will be disconnected from EU databases after 2020 178
By Roland6
open Nice one, former Cisco staff: Switchzilla is absolutely coining it 3
By baspax
open Six critical systems, four months to Brexit – and no completed testing 78
open We definitely don't need more towers, says new Vodafone boss scraping around for €8bn savings 23
open Data-nicking UK car repairman jailed six months instead of copping a fine 41
open Cheeky cheesemaker fails to copyright how things taste 47
By nijam
open French president Macron insists new regulations needed to protect us all from Facebook's claws 17
open Yikes. UK military looking into building 'fully autonomous' killer drone tech – report 65
open UK.gov fishes for likes as it prepares to go solo on digital sales tax 52
open Dell Corp UK makes 1.46% net profit margin on £1.556bn in sales – 'satisfactory' apparently 9
open Skimming cash off UK police budget for tech projects probably not the best idea, say MPs 6
open Berners-Lee takes flak for 'hippie manifesto' that only Google and Facebook could love 17
open Google vows to take claims of sexual assault, harassment seriously, just like privacy 24
open As if connected toys weren't creepy enough, kids' data could be used against them in future 19
open Brit tech buys frozen, but CGI can't wait to get integrating all those post-Brexit systems 2
open Data flows post-Brexit: 'Leave it to government to make sure you've got a smooth run in.' Er, OK 44
open European Union divided over tax on digital tech giants as some member states refuse free money 90
By Slx
open Former Intel love rat Krzanich finds his calling, lands at biz that sells tech to car dealers 19
open Lucky, lucky, Westminster residents: Who better to look after your housing benefits than Capita? 27
By paulf
open Watchdog slams political data slurpers' 'disturbing disregard' for voters' privacy 8
open UK computer dealer Aria PC loses £750k VAT fraud appeal attempt in THAT case 20
open Setback for Qualcomm: It has to license modem tech to competitors 5
open Foxconn denies it will ship Chinese factory serf, er, workers into America for new plant 46
open Lloyds Banking Group: We're firing 6,240 to hire 8,240 15
open GCSE computer science should be exam only, says Ofqual 89
open UK.gov to roll out voter ID trials in 2019 local elections 131
open Slabs, huh, what are they are good for? Er, not quite absolutely nothing 55
By JohnFen
open US draft bill moots locking up execs who lie about privacy violations 47
By strum
open Dot-com web addresses prices to swell, thanks to sweetheart deal between Uncle Sam, Verisign 36
open Great. Global internet freedoms take another dive as censorship and fake news proliferate 12
open Icahn't let you do this: Stock botherer fires off sueball to scupper Dell's 'coercive' deal 11
open Exiting DWP digital boss Mayank Prakash switches to energy biz Centrica 6
open This revolution will not be televised – but it will be sanctioned: Googlers walk out over 'sex pest' executive scandals 68

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