Uber will survive black cab strikes and the odd complaint

Tue 30 Sep, AT 10:39 Edie Lush

London regulators have given Uber the all-clear and some black cab drivers are even signing up

Google privacy row: what does Google know about you?

Briefing Mon 29 Sep, AT 15:43

Regulators say Google's privacy policy is too vague and raises 'deep concerns about data protection'

The Week's top tech stories, 26 September

A need-to-know round-up of the essential tech stories that broke this week

Ello Logo

Ello: what you need to know about the 'anti-Facebook' social network

Briefing Fri 26 Sep, AT 15:02

Fast-growing new site Ello promises 'beauty, simplicity and transparency' – and no advertising

Data hall

Shellshock bug: what is it and how can I protect myself?

Briefing Fri 26 Sep, AT 10:45

Some experts say that the Shellshock bug could be more serious than Heartbleed and could compromise up to 500m computers worldwide

BlackBerry Passport

BlackBerry Passport review: Can 'quirky' phone save BlackBerry?

First Reaction Thu 25 Sep, AT 15:40

Reviewers praise the BlackBerry Passport's design, but criticise its 'clunky' operating system

Image of Mars

India's Mars Orbiter sends first photos: what will Mangalyaan find?

Briefing Thu 25 Sep, AT 12:05

India becomes fourth nation to celebrate reaching Mars – and the first to manage it on first attempt

iPhone 6

iOS 8.0.1 withdrawn: what went wrong with Apple update?

One-Minute Read Thu 25 Sep, AT 10:41

Apple apologises for 'great inconvenience' of flawed iOS 8 update, promising to work 'round the clock' to fix the problem

Emma Watson at the UN

Emma Watson nude photo leak was an 'elaborate hoax'

Summary Wed 24 Sep, AT 15:40

Picture threat is followed by another 'hoax within a hoax' orchestrated by serial internet spammers

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