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Alibaba makes first big post IPO investment

Chinese e-commerce $460m spend.

E-commerce

Published 29 September 2014

Apple soothes users' security Shellshock

Tech giant confirms it will issue patch to fix those at risk.

Security

Published 29 September 2014

FBI tells Silicon Valley to halt privacy surge

"No-one in this country is beyond the law," says FBI director.

Security

Published 26 September 2014

What is Shellshock and does it affect me?

Explainer: Behind the Bash bug.

Security

Published 26 September 2014

Facebook granted data seizure appeal

New York court lets company contest gagging order over fraud case.

Security

Published 26 September 2014

Shellshock exploits found in the wild

Bug afflicting Linux, Unix and Mac has already been abused.

Security

Published 26 September 2014

5 things you need to know about Shellshock

Experts give us their reactions to the Bash vulnerability in Linux, Unix and Mac.

Security

Published 25 September 2014

Russian cybercriminals are conducting Nigerian prince scams

Fraudsters forced to move to Skype after mobile crackdown.

Security

Published 25 September 2014

Manchester and Birmingham have fastest peak time Internet

Aberdeen, Exeter and Hull are the worst for slow broadband.

E-commerce

Published 25 September 2014

Did Apple know iCloud could be brute forced in March?

Emails leaked to the press date well before celebrity photo leak.

Security

Published 25 September 2014

NHS urges support for technology healthcare revolution

Smartphone check-ups could reduce pressure on GPs, under Technology Enabled Care programme.

Mobile & tablets

Published 24 September 2014

Emma Watson nude leak morphs into anti-4chan campaign

Amateurish site design prompts speculation over site's legitimacy.

Security

Published 24 September 2014

US Bitcoin mining company Butterfly Labs shut down

The Federal Trade Commission closes $50m scam.

E-commerce

Published 24 September 2014

Amazon malvert network is now "nine times larger"

Hackers are setting up plausible phoney websites to spread malware.

Security

Published 23 September 2014

Slow Android updates ‘put users at risk’

Security firm says the 750 million endangered by recent bug could be better served by device makers and carriers.

Security

Published 23 September 2014

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