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technology What sort of security software and backups do I need for a home business?

I’m looking to set up a small business working from home, and would like some advice on back up and ...

technology Twitter to clear out inactive accounts and free up usernames

Twitter has announced it is to clear out inactive accounts, freeing up dormant usernames and reducin...

technology Facebook's only Dutch factchecker quits over political ad exemption

Facebook’s only Dutch factchecker has quit over the social network’s refusal to allow them to highli...

technology Facebook to ban two white nationalist groups after Guardian report

Facebook will no longer allow Red Ice TV and Affirmative Right to use its platform, following a Guar...

technology Pointless emails: they’re not just irritating – they have a massive carbon footprint

Stop! Don’t send that email. Don’t offer thanks or send a jokey message. If you do, you will add to ...

technology Uber loses London licence after TfL finds drivers faked identity

Uber has been stripped of its London licence after authorities found that more than 14,000 trips wer...

technology Share your views on Uber losing its licence to operate in London

Uber has lost its licence to operate in London over passenger safety concerns. Transport for London ...

technology Tim Berners-Lee unveils global plan to save the web

Sir Tim Berners-Lee has launched a global action plan to save the web from political manipulation, f...

technology Tech giants watch our every move online. Does that violate our human rights?

It’s a quintessential experience of the digital age: you’re scrolling through Facebook, or reading a...

technology Elon Musk's net worth plunges $768m in a day after cybertruck fiasco

Does the act of someone’s net worth plummeting make an actual sound? If so, then for Elon Musk it wo...

technology Facebook to curb microtargeting in political advertising

Facebook’s plans to limit political advertising have taken another step, according to reports, as th...

technology SNL producer and film-maker are latest to accuse YouTube of anti-LGBT bias

Four LGBT YouTubers have joined a class action lawsuit suing YouTube for discrimination, deceptive b...

technology Cybertruck: Tesla unveils new pickup truck but windows break during demo

Elon Musk’s glitzy unveiling of the first Tesla “cybertruck” descended into farce when a PR stunt te...

technology Tesla to unveil long-hyped 'cyberpunk' electric pickup truck

Elon Musk has talked for years about building an electric pickup truck that would threaten Detroit’s...

technology Facebook group for Sydney suburb of Rose Bay shut down over defamation threats

A popular Facebook group for residents of the harbourside Sydney suburb of Rose Bay has been shut do...

technology The Banker: Apple abruptly cancels premiere of its first major film

Apple abruptly cancelled the world premiere of its film The Banker at the AFI Festival in Hollywood ...

technology Home alarm systems: how can I improve my security?

I currently live in a high-rise flat, which is very secure, with CCTV, fob-controlled access and so ...

technology How our home delivery habit reshaped the world

A decade ago, the British department-store chain John Lewis built itself a long warehouse, painted i...

technology Google admits major underreporting of election ad spend

Google is underreporting spending on UK political adverts, in one case by a factor of a thousand, th...

technology Airbnb faces backlash in Toronto and Paris

Airbnb has come under fresh pressure on both sides of the Atlantic, with Toronto winning a major vic...

technology Labour spends five times more than Tories on Snapchat ads

Labour is vastly outspending the Conservatives on Snapchat, as the two parties compete to present th...

technology Olympic athletes to sell experiences on Airbnb after $500m tie-up

The International Olympic Committee is encouraging current and former Olympic athletes to sell perso...

technology Jeremy Corbyn's broadband plan: how it differs from Australia's NBN, the 'blunder down under'

UK Labour’s proposed full-fibre broadband policy is drawing a lot of comparisons to Australia’s nati...

technology Fast broadband is essential today for the many, not just the few

When Jeremy Corbyn argues that free broadband is “an essential utility” (Business backlash over Labo...

technology Do we need full-fibre broadband? Ask the lucky few who have it

Labour’s plan to provide free full-fibre broadband to every home and business is an eye-catching off...

technology Firefox’s fight for the future of the web

Why do you choose the browser you use? Maybe you think it loads pages more quickly. Maybe it’s made ...

technology ‘We want to find gems’: the black venture capitalists invested in change

Bola Adegbulu’s idea came to him by accident – literally. Narrowly avoiding a car crash inspired the...

technology Up to speed: the Welsh village that installed its own fast broadband

Before his village got a fast internet connection, Ben Longman’s life was a lot more complicated – a...

technology Outcry after Facebook sponsors gala featuring Brett Kavanaugh

Facebook is facing criticism for sponsoring the annual gala dinner of the Federalist Society, the po...

technology Will Google get away with grabbing 50m Americans' health records?

Few things are certain in the American healthcare system – except for the paperwork. The tedious rit...

technology Virgin V6 TV review: jack of all trades, master of none

Virgin Media is Sky’s long-time rival in the pay-TV space, delivering TV coverage through its own ca...

technology Do I really need fibre broadband?

I signed up for fibre broadband a couple of years ago but am now wondering whether it is worth the c...

technology Majority of anti-vaxx ads on Facebook are funded by just two organizations

The majority of Facebook ads spreading misinformation about vaccines are funded by two organizations...