‘Are you listening, John Whittingdale?“
Thick of It satirist's MacTaggart lecture was a call for unity to secure British public broadcasting.
It’s not just the badge that gets nicked.
Poor-quality crypto puts millions of car owners at risk – so why did UK courts help try to cover it up?
Google: no longer just a search engine.
Google has become a technology giant, but it's trying to keep its small-company ethos alive.
These little-loved microbes may be coming in from the cold.
We don't trust bacteria and we don't trust GM, so putting them together might be controversial. That's exactly what we're doing, though.
Not what anyone wants to see while driving.
Car manufacturers need to get a handle on their software problem, before cars start crashing.
Tell no one… that we’ve just lost all your data.
When hackers take down companies in response to their actions, security chiefs need to know what the CEO is saying in public.
From boom to bust: tiger prawn farming.
The tropical island was one of a number of countries that joined the goldrush of prawn farming in the 1980s and 1990s. New research lays plain the results.
Not hard to read.
Pain is a subjective experience that often relies on talking to patients so it's harder to know what animals think.
Nadal in training for Wimbledon.
As Wimbledon 2015 gets underway, the writing looks to be on the wall for Rafael Nadal. Will the Spaniard succeed where so many other top athletes have failed?
Oil workers are among those whose tax bills could get complicated.
Devolving income tax north might seem like an issue for Scots only. Far from it, as it turns out.
To exercise or to avoid the risks?
Many diabetics avoid exercise because it upsets their insulin levels, and there is little medical advice on how to keep them safe. Here is an attempt to redress the balance.
The security breach of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) demonstrates governments have a lot to learn about protecting their documents from cyber attacks.
Copyright keeps appearing where it’s not wanted.
A decision against Google in its court case against Oracle this week could lay the ground for upheaval in the industry.
If Scotland gets control over its tax arrangements, transfer pricing within the UK will be a big problem - the amber nectar is a classic case in point.
The 34-storey timber tower planned for Stockholm.
Berg | C.F. møller Architects
Until recently, tall wooden towers were an engineering impossibility. Following a breakthrough a few years ago, the sky is increasingly the limit.
Tennis rivals have come to view Murray as mentally weak.
The UK number one has been in good form lately, but if he is to start winning Grand Slams again, he will have to break his Djokovic hoodoo first.
There's no excuse for big firms letting basic attacks compromise their customers' data.
‘And was Jerusalem builded here…“
For all the harm that austerity may have done, it looks to have galvanised music from the margins
Bright colours, dumb ideas.
Oast House Archive
A word of advice: don't try and build your own cryptography. It's hard and others have done it better.
‘Sorry guv, can’t be done.’
Each of the main parties' pledges on housing are short of what is required. But regardless, they can't be done.