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Half of UK victims don't care about cybercrime

Cost of online fraud to UK said to be £670m.


Published 22 October 2014

EMV enabled cards safer than swipe-cards, claims report

99.9% of card terminals in Europe are already chip-enabled.


Published 21 October 2014

Half of online Europeans had personal data stolen

Company errors, not hackers, responsible for almost 60% of breaches.


Published 09 October 2014

Manchester and Birmingham have fastest peak time Internet

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


Published 25 September 2014

Hackers attack eBay through product listings

Hackers used cross-site scripting to redirect users to spoof site.


Published 18 September 2014

eBay suffers another outage in the UK

Second such crash this month for auction site.


Published 15 September 2014

Netflix building a subscriber base in Europe

France, Germany among markets opened up as locals protest.


Published 15 September 2014

“Bitcoin could pose a risk to UK economy” - Bank of England

Risk of fraud or deflation is a worry, report finds.


Published 12 September 2014

Coinbase expands Bitcoin trading in 13 European nations

Users can make euro-denominated payments


Published 11 September 2014

Why small firms in London should worry about cybersecurity

City's chamber of commerce says that half of firms have been attacked.


Published 10 September 2014

.London domain names go up for grabs in the city

Dot London opens up for general availability.


Published 08 September 2014

"Over half" of all UK online retail sales now come from smartphones and tablets

Mobile shopping overtakes traditional PCs for first time.


Published 03 September 2014

Vodafone to offer contactless payments for TfL customers this month

Launch will be first UK application of Vodafone SmartPass NFC technology.


Published 02 September 2014

Braintree unveils UK launch of PayPal-enabled SDK kit allows quick and simple integration of one-touch mobile payments.


Published 27 August 2014

New German chip claims to reduce Bitcoin mining energy by half

The company's new low-voltage chip technology, when integrated with software, will trim down the energy required to mine bitcoin by 50%


Published 18 August 2014

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