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New Google Pixel 3 smartphones are displayed in New York. Google’s Play Store is currently considered an essential part of Android. Photograph: Richard Drew/AP

Smartphone and tablet-makers wanting to sell Android devices in the EU with access to the Google Play Store will have to pay a licence fee, Google has(...)

Pie marks one of the biggest changes in the way Android looks and feels in some years,

Google’s next version of Android finally has a name: “Pie”. It’s rolling out right now and is packed with new features, from extended battery life to (...)

Forget Swiss bank account, it might be time to consider getting this Swiss-based email service

Oh, okay. Google gave Gmail app developers the ability to read users’ emails. We already know that Gmail inboxes are scanned by non-humans for targete(...)

On the “dark web”, user credentials are traded by the million; your personal information might be worth only a few pennies at best. Photograph: Photothek via Getty Images

In February 2012 there was a metaphorical explosion in online privacy. A Singapore-based blogger discovered that social-networking app Path had a dram(...)

The “little lab” set up by former Yahoo chief executive Marissa Mayer will focus on consumer media and artificial intelligence. Photograph: Ruben Sprich/Reuters

Minimalist tech sector websites are intriguing. The uncluttered design, the (mostly) plain sentences, the chasm of white spaces: some company shop-fro(...)

Helen Dixon, Data Protection Commissioner: pushed for a big increase in funding last year, arguing the body would become the pan-EU regulator for most of the world’s top internet companies, including Facebook and Twitter. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Incoming EU privacy rules covering online personal data make this year “existentially critical” to the reputation of the Data Protection Commissioner (...)

Two-factor authentication is easy, safe and sensible. Photograph: Bloomberg

While you are setting up your new smartphones and tablets in the post-Christmas lull, it might be worth considering security. More specifically, how y(...)

 Lu Wei, China’s former chief internet censor, who  is being investigated for corruption. Photograph: Larry Leung/EPA

China’s former chief internet censor Lu Wei is being investigated for graft, the Communist Party said, becoming the latest high-profile victim of the (...)

Marc Benioff, chairman and chief executive officer of Salesforce.com,  delivers the keynote speech during the DreamForce Conference in San Francisco.

Salesforce, the customer relations management platform, has announced it is partnering with Google as its preferred cloud-based partner for internatio(...)

Nicola Mortimer of Three Ireland: “Your employees should think of passwords like their underwear: don’t leave them on the desk, don’t show them to other people and change them regularly.”
Protect, prevent, comply

The worldwide WannaCry attack in May of this year put internet security and cybercrime at the top of the public agenda, with major institutions, inclu(...)

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