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Apple iPhone: profit but where's the vision? 28 January 2015

What we have under Tim Cook is a company with rock-solid accounts, but a serious case of creative drought.

Crime is changing, and technology is playing a major role 27 January 2015

News last week that crime rates had fallen to a record low gives an indication as to how that shift is taking place.

Does Three + O2 = lower prices? 23 January 2015

Is today's announcement that Three's owner is in exclusive talks to take over O2 going to bring the days of cheap mobile deals to an end?

Technology City of London police get power to tap into CCTV 22 January 2015 Geoff White

City of London police are to trial a new technology that allows officers to receive CCTV film in real time - an innovation used ahead of French police storming the besieged kosher store in Paris.

Is Cameron really planning on 'banning' Snapchat? 16 January 2015

David Cameron says he's prepared to strike an "unprecedented" deal to tackle network attacks with Barack Obama in talks at the White House today. But is he planning to "ban" Snapchat?

Google Glass - the transparent truth 16 January 2015

Google Glass: I'm not crowing about the project's lack of success, but from the beginning I've doubted its ability to break through.

A cut-out-and-keep guide to snooping in the digital age 13 January 2015

After the Paris attacks, Britain's spy bosses want more power to snoop. But what exactly would that involve? This may help.

Apps, ads and what they get from your phone 04 January 2015

Tech security experts working with Channel 4 News have discovered it is possible to use mobile app adverts to effectively hijack a mobile phone.

Technology How smartphone adverts can access kids' photos - video 04 January 2015 Geoff White

Adverts within smartphone apps downloaded by kids are sometimes able to access huge amounts of their personal data - we found out how.

The hack, the film, its studio and North Korea - are they related? 17 December 2014

As a cinema chain opts not to screen a movie about North Korea, over "terror threats", can a cyber attack on the studio that made it really be traced back to the secretive nation?