Mystery woman gets men to do sex acts on Skype - then blackmails them
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Invizbox: Edward Snowden revelations inspired Irish startup to launch new wi-fi...
Dublin-based start-up company, Invizbox, is in search of €100,000 as it aims to nail...
Video: Tony Hawk's Pro Skater video game returns
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Video: Never seen before wave-like arches near star
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Video: Inside the RAF - Thrilling insight into 400mph Red...
BBC TWO presents a brand new four-part documentary series showcasing the work of the Red Arrows...
Blackshades malware: Man hijacked webcams to spy on people having sex
A cyber criminal hijacked computers to spy on people having sex through their...
Microsoft unveils first-ever laptop, Surface Pro 4 and three new Lumia phones
Microsoft has unveiled a host of next-generation products including its first-...
Twitter Moments launches: Site rolls out news service to users, intended to help people...
Twitter has launched “Moments”, a new feature intended to let people find the important things that are being tweeted.
Safe Harbour: What the Facebook data transfer ruling means in five key points
What does today’s European Court of Justice ruling on data transfers mean?
Toyota targets 2020 for self-driving technology
Toyota has unveiled its vision for self-driving cars in a challenge to other carmakers as well as industry newcomer Google, promising to start selling such vehicles in Japan by 2020.
US online data deal ruled invalid by European Court of Justice
A treaty allowing technology giants to send personal data about millions of EU citizens to the US has been ruled invalid.
Review: BT's tough new phone is perfect for a rugged industrial workspace
Not all phones have to be dripping in technological advancements and adornments to be useful pieces of kit. BT's tough, hard-wearing Elements 1k phone claims to have a 1km range - something we weren't able to test to the full reach - and it certainly achieves clear and...
Peeple: The app that lets you rate everyone you know
How many people have you angered, upset, or hurt in the past? Well if you don't know, then you should prepare yourself to find out through Peeple - a new app that allows users to review and rate people they know.
Edward Snowden joins Twitter and follows NSA
Edward Snowden, who has confounded US officials since his abrupt departure from the country two years ago, has just found a new megaphone in Twitter.
Google unveils new Nexus smartphones and Pixel C tablet
Google has confirmed the upcoming launch of two new smartphones from its Nexus line, as well as a tablet called the Pixel C.
Did you fall for the Facebook hoax...again?
Less than 24 hours after Facebook suffered a major global outage, two privacy warnings have resurfaced and are being shared by thousands of users in fear of their privacy settings being removed.
Forbes Rich List: Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg overtaken by Amazon's Jeff Bezos in race for...
Jeff Bezos, the man who gave us Amazon, is now United States' fourth richest person.
Ex-BBC DJ Zane Lowe 'not sure Apple needs' Beats 1 radio station
DJ Zane Lowe has said he is unsure if technology giant Apple needs the digital radio station he left the BBC to front.
Why good tech firms will always weather the stock market storms
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Facebook down: social network buckles, across desktop, mobile and Android and iOS versions
Facebook is down again and appears to be unusable on all platforms.
Paralysed patients control computer cursor by imagining wiggling their fingers
Two paralysed patients with motor neurone disease (MND) have controlled a cursor on a computer screen by imagining themselves wiggling their fingers.
Mars has flowing water, say Nasa scientists
Mysterious features on Mars that ebb and flow with the seasons are almost certainly caused by water flowing on the planet today, scientists believe.
Water on Mars: Special features 'caused by flowing liquid water'
Flowing liquid water is almost certainly responsible for mysterious features on Mars that change with the seasons, scientists believe.
Belfast queues-up for release of new Apple iPhone
Scores of people queued up in Belfast for the launch of the new Apple iPhone.
Health apps approved by NHS 'may put users at risk of identity theft'
Health apps accredited by the NHS may not be adequately protecting personal information from hackers, a university study has claimed.
Strictly fans get chance to score dances with paddle emojis
Twitter is giving Strictly Come Dancing fans the chance to embrace their inner judge even more, by launching a range of Strictly emojis.
iPhone iOS 9 hack lets anyone see all photos and contacts even if device is locked
A bug in iOS 9 lets anyone see all of a person’s pictures or contact information, even if they have locked their phone.
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