Google has agreed to pay $5.5m for tracking Apple Safari users' web browsing habits in a data slurp that the company suggested was done by mistake. This is on top of other fines that the firm has already...
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New rules from Ofcom require broadband, mobile phone and pay TV providers to notify residential and business customers when their deals are drawing to a close
Chinese researchers smash the record for realising two entangled quantum memories at maximum distance
Quantum entanglement can be used to create encrypted communications channels that are secured against hacking