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UK sales for 2013 surge to $5.6bn, bringing its corporation tax arrangements back into the spotlight

Google's new Nexus 7 tablet: yours for £199.99

Three versions of the tablet have been launched (16GB and 32GB on wifi and a 32GB LTE model), though the tablet may not come to the UK till Christmas

One of the former jurors is accused on commenting about the case they were trying on Facebook

Juror who posted paedophile trial on Facebook denies contempt of court

The modern-day perils of using the internet while serving on a jury were all too evident today as two former jurors were brought before the High Court.

Porn is about fantasy sex - and the truth is that some women have rape fantasies. But this is very different from the real thing

It does not mean we would enjoy being raped, or that we deserve to be raped. Let's not teach teenagers that Planet Porn is inextricable from the Real World

This article wouldn’t get past a public filter, Mr Cameron

In 20 years of internet use, I’ve never once stumbled on images or videos of child abuse

It's hard to block online porn. But in my experience, it's more than worth it

The power to improve filters is in the hands of Google and co. They should use it

David Cameron announced that possessing pornography that depicts simulated rape is to become a criminal offence in England and Wales as he pledges to make Britain a place where there is a 'sense of right and wrong'

David Cameron to announce crackdown on violent internet porn

Prime Minister urges internet giants to ‘blacklist’ search terms and pledges to step up fight against extreme material

Concerned: Cameron will say internet firms aid people in a criminal act by allowing porn to be posted

Prime Minister David Cameron to press Google over ‘complicity’ in porn 

Prime Minister says firms are not doing enough to tackle the menace of internet pornography

Google surprise setback as UK sales start to slow

Google has suffered a surprise slowdown in the UK, with revenues falling for the first time in eight quarters.

Sales staff demonstrate the Microsoft Surface during the opening of Microsoft's retail store in New York's Times Square October 25, 2012. REUTERS/Keith Bedford

Shock reverse as Microsoft and Google fail to hit sales targets

Revenue for both companies grew but fell short of projected earnings

President and CEO of Yahoo!, Marissa Mayer

Marissa Mayer puts Yahoo back on track as earnings soar by 46%

Yahoo’s earnings rose by 46 per cent in the second quarter, the company said last night as its chief executive, Marissa Mayer, marked one year at  the helm of the internet business that is trying to win back the attention of web users.

Rembrandt van Rijn: Google Doodle celebrates anniversary of Dutch master's 407th birthday

Google has used its search page doodle to celebrate the 407th anniversary of the birth, in Leyden, Holland, of the Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn.

New features include an Explore function - an extra-swipeable interface that lets you

Google Maps App for Android: Redesign brings cleaner aesthetic & more contextual information

New update for Android devices also revamps tablet version

'Hemlis' (Swedish for secret) is currently asking for funding and will uses end-to-end encryption to secure users' messages

Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde building a spy-proof messaging app

'Hemlis' (Swedish for secret) is currently asking for funding and will uses end-to-end encryption to secure users' messages

Google launches Chrome notifications for Windows

New feature might be paving the way for Google Now on desktops

Logo for Facebook's new Graph Search function

Reach for your privacy settings: Facebook graph search goes public

New search function answers queries using the habits and likes of friends and strangers

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