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Cyber attacks are becoming more frequent and lethal than ever before
It's "game on" in the battle between Google and Facebook for social network supremacy
Yesterday was International Talk-Like-a-Pirate Day, but if you don't want the fun to end, now you can read Pirate English all year round.
Your phone and other devices are quickly evolving into intelligent robot assistants you can talk to
Business decision-makers who get their proprietary software illegally need to wake up and check out the free alternatives
Facial recognition violates German law on data collection
If you ever wanted to have shoes like Marty McFly in the second Back to the Future movie, now's your chance!
If everyone wants one, heavily subsidised deal might soon hit the market
Microsoft's mobile platform is struggling to keep up with iOS and Android - but for some indie developers, it's a perfect fit.
Larger screens work well for media consumption, but durability may be compromised
Once again, speculation over a Facebook music service is buzzing online
Studies show that employees work more efficiently when given the freedom to surf
HP's TouchPad and phones had their up sides
Terrible justifications for terrible decisions
Science is a beatiful thing
The next generation of laptops are thinner and lighter - and may make you think twice about needing a tablet.
The old "Lists" feature is revamped, possibly influenced by Google+
We're all encouraged to get with the cloud, but is it all its cracked up to be?
More and more Google+ enhancements and add-ons popping up across the web
Google and Facebook have been criticised for their privacy controls for years, but can it get better?
Hewlett-Packard messing up in the court of public opinion
To stand a fighting chance against the iPad, Amazon needs to come out of the gate with these five things nailed down
The emergence of mobile devices and the web is showing how much we can do without using a Microsoft program
Google wants to own your online identity
Love him or hate him, the former CEO of Apple has changed the world