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‘Serious vulnerability’ found in Wi-Fi security protocol

The security protocol used in all modern Wi-Fi networks is broken, allowing hackers to steal any sensitive information that is not transmitted via wire,...

Facebook to train teens as anti-bullying ambassadors

Facebook is to train "tens of thousands" of students from every secondary school in the UK as digital safety ambassadors over the next two...

Criminals worry as dark net markets disappear

Four of the largest criminal marketplaces on the dark net were unreachable on Friday, prompting speculation about police activity. All four marketplaces - the Dream...

British-built satellite Sentinel-5P launches from Russian spaceport

A British-built pollution monitoring satellite was launched into orbit on Friday. It broke free of Earth's gravity well while riding a modified Russian rocket designed...

Goodbye Mr Chip: Samsung Electronics boss quits over ‘unprecedented crisis’

The chief executive of Samsung Electronics has resigned, with a warning that the South Korean technology giant is in the throes of an "unprecedented...

Could smartphones save the sight of millions?

A British led team who use smartphones to save people's sight have told Sky News they're planning to expand into more than 60 countries.  Their...

Data on Australia F-35 fighter jets stolen in ‘extensive’ cyberattack

Sensitive information about Australia's F-35 stealth fighter and other military hardware was stolen during a cyberattack last year, it has emerged. About 30 gigabytes of...

Google’s parent Alphabet sought $1bn settlement from Uber

Google's sister company Waymo sought $1bn (£760m) from Uber in settlement talks over the alleged theft of self-driving technology, it has been reported. Waymo wanted...

Bitcoin surges to all-time high above $5,000

Bitcoin has again hit a new record-high valuation, tipping $5,200 (£3,900) despite experts continuing to express scepticism about the cryptocurrency's popularity. Last month the chairman...

Judge defends Trump protesters from ‘rummaging’ US government warrant

The US government "does not have the right to rummage" through a website's logs to identify protesters at Donald Trump's inauguration, a judge has...