Technology

Crackonosh: How hackers are using gamers to become crypto-rich

Crackonosh malware, which mines for cryptocurrency, is being hidden in free versions of popular games.

UK's departing spy tech chief: We're at serious risk if...

Science is transforming espionage and many countries are taking advantage, says Prof Finkelstein.

The valuable car part gone in 60 seconds

Why international criminal networks are behind a jump in the theft of catalytic converters.

Mobile roaming charges in Europe: What you need to know

Will Britons have to pay more to use their mobiles in Europe, now the UK has left the EU?

Microsoft unveils Windows 11 operating system

The updated operating system has a new look and will let Android apps run on the Windows desktop.

Fortnite: UK band Easy Life to play virtual gig

The group from Leicester will perform in a virtual recreation of the O2 arena.

Microsoft unveils Windows 11

The Windows start menu moves to the centre of the screen in Microsoft's newest operating system.

EE to reintroduce Europe roaming charges in January

The mobile operator EE is to charge new customers to use their phones in Europe.

Apple claims 'sideloading' apps is 'serious' security risk

The tech giant claims that allowing users to avoid the App Store would lead to widespread abuse.

The final years of John McAfee's controversial life

Anti-virus entrepreneur John McAfee has been found dead in Spain.

What is the Great Reset - and how did it get hijacked by...

A global Covid recovery plan by the World Economic Forum has inspired false rumours about the creation of a tyrannical world government.

John McAfee: Anti-virus creator found dead in prison cell

The software mogul is found dead hours after a Spanish court allowed his extradition to the US on tax charges.

Rembrandt's The Night Watch painting restored by AI

The canvas was trimmed in 1715 to fit between two doors in Amsterdam’s city hall.

EU wants emergency team for 'nightmare' cyber-attacks

European Commission says recent ransomware attacks on US and Ireland have "focussed mind"

DeepMind uses AI to tackle neglected deadly diseases

The company’s technology maps out the shape of proteins, an otherwise costly and time-consuming process.

Online Safety Bill 'catastrophic for free speech'

A new campaign claims it outsources internet policing to Silicon Valley.

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