Hackers are targeting Twitter users in a bid to steal personal information, says Sophos.
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Hackers have managed to load Linux on to Apple's iPhone.
BT is considering shelving its £1.5bn (US$2.2 billion) high-speed fibre optic broadband network.
A UK woman is offering eBay users the chance to choose her name.
Social networking service Twitter could be used by terrorists as a tool in planning attacks, the US military claims.
Losses from online banking fraud in the UK hit a record £21.4 million in the first half of 2008 - an increase of 185 percent on the previous year, says the UK payments association, APACS.
Those whose names begin with common letter such as A, S, and M are more likely to receive spam that those who start with uncommon ones such as Z and Q, according to research.
A laptop sold on eBay contained personal details of one million Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) customers, the bank has confirmed.
Hackers are claiming they have kidnapped children in a bid to infect PCs with a Trojan Horse virus, says Sophos.
Scrabulous, the controversial third-party Facebook app, has once again been removed from the social networking site.
Twitter has removed text message support for its U.K. users, blaming costs as the reason behind the decision.
The U.K. government has suffered 30 breaches of security since November 2007, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has reported.
The final release of Opera 9.5 is now available to download.
Google Gadgets are now available for Linux users.
Six Brits have been arrested for illegally sharing music files. Cleveland Police made the arrests on May 23 and 28 'in relation to uploading pre-release music' onto the now defunct BitTorrent tracker OiNK.cd. However, the exact offences they are alledged to have committed remain unknown.