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The UK Council for Child Internet Safety will draw up a list of approved sites offering advice about topics such as sex and drugs

Steve Jobs unveils Apple's new iPhone 4

Apple CEO Steve Jobs has announced the latest incarnation of the company's iPhone at a developer conference in San Jose, California, featuring many specifications already revealed through prototypes leaked over the last few months.

Australian police launch Google privacy investigation

Australia announced a police investigation yesterday into whether Google illegally collected private information from wireless networks, becoming at least the second country to probe the internet giant's Street View mapping service.

City firms urged to step up IT security

Some of the City of London's best-known and biggest banks and financial services firms may have left themselves wide open to fraud and criminal attack by failing to take the most rudimentary steps to protect their computer networks, a leading IT security firm warned today.

Low-power version of Bluetooth coming

A new version of the Bluetooth wireless technology could expand what can be done by watches, toys, home sensors, medical monitors and other devices that typically have been limited in their functions because they don't get their batteries changed or charged very often.

iPad, therefore I have to wait for my new computer to arrive

Why are British consumers having to wait for their Apple delivery, asks Rhodri Marsden

AT&T CEO sees iPad mostly used on Wi-Fi

AT&T expects users of Apple's iPad to connect to the Internet mostly using short-range Wi-Fi networks rather than AT&T's cellular network, the chief executive of AT&T.

Mobile networks desperately seek data capacity

Call it network congestion, capacity crunch or data overload - the complaints aired at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week were all about cellphone network operators trying to find ways of profitably handling an explosion in mobile data traffic.

E-reader boom kindles a variety of options

When most people think of electronic book readers, Amazon's thin, white Kindle probably springs to mind. But that could be about to change.

Rabbis rage against net 'abominations'

Internet use exploding among ultra-orthodox despite dire warnings

Turn off your living-room light from the office? You can in Swindon ...

Wiltshire town stakes claim to be Britain's most advanced with wi-fi plan

Pirate gets town's Wi-Fi unplugged

The battle for the internet rights of individuals versus those of big business have taken a turn for the worse with the latest battlefront opening up in the small US town of Coshocton, Ohio.

The app that
goes behind
the wheel

Oh, to be able to drive a real car using a remote control.

The Big Six: Cosy cottages in Britain

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