Gotta blame someone
UK PM Theresa May has failed to notice that bringing out too many unpopular policies can make even an unelectable leftie like Jeremy Corban look viable.
It will make it harder to track terrorists
As we expected, Teresa May is attempting to use the latest terrorist attacks in the UK to clamp down on the use of the internet by non-terrorists. The only problem is that security experts are warning that her plans will make it harder to track terror cells.
Fear is the weapon of terrorists.. oh and the government
The UK government is hoping that the population of the UK is so terrified by the Manchester bombings, that they will support a wholesale crackdown on the internet.
End to encryption and a porn licence
The UK government is planning to enact a daft batch of Internet reform which will require people to register at the post office if they want to access porn sites.
Latest edition to the Honor 8 flagship
Honor has released the Honor 8 Pro - the latest addition to the Honor 8 flagship series in the UK
Global hacking operation
A Chinese cyber gang has been hitting UK firms as part of a "systematic" global cyber espionage campaign.
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Lenovo Moto has unveiled a stunning Sapphire Blue variant of the fifth generation Moto G smartphone, which is now available exclusively from O2, in store and online.
Companies should take “more active role” combating criminal violence, hate messages
In the ongoing battle between state governments and national security agencies to ascribe regulations for encrypted IP-based communications, the UK government has now asked WhatsApp to open its encryption to security services in the world effort to combat off-grid cyberterrorism efforts.
No added infrastructure
Google Deepmind is opening talks with the UK government to use the company's artificial intelligence to reduce British energy use by up to 10 percent.
Tax breaks and free workshops for aspiring startups boost competitiveness
This year’s Game Developer’s Conference is expected to witness an increase in presence from the UK games industry as publishers in that region continue to attract developers, artists, producers and designers reckoned to be shaping the future of video game and VR development.